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Atlanta's Multi-talented Hansinee Mayani makes her singing debut with "Lamhe Ishq Wale"

With Music Composer Nikhil Kamath at the recording studios

 

Music Composer Nikhil Kamath who launched Sonu Nigam with his first Bollywood song "Accha Sila Diya" from film "Bewafa Sanam", created a song "Lamhe Ishq Wale" sung by Anula Kate (winner of the Swar Taj 2018 Singing Competition Sydney, Australia) and in which song, the background vocals and the English fusion is written and sung by Atlanta's Hansinee Mayani and produced by Sydney Bollywood Melody Group. The album carries her credits and the seventeen year old launches her singing career with the debut of this song recorded Dec 2018 at Nikhil's music studios in Mumbai, India.



Hansinee is 2019 Honors graduate of Lassiter High School's STEM Program. She shadowed a Cancer Surgeon Dr. Sahir Shroff during last summer and also did research on Bacteria with KSU Professor Premila Achar.
In 2017 Hansinee auditioned for and was accepted to be one of the roughly 150 orchestra performers selected from 12000 applicants from all over the world to perform at the Sydney Opera House - Main Concert Hall in Australia. Perhaps the only Georgian in the Orchestra.

In the summer of 2014 Hansinee competed at the National Miss America contest as a GA semi-finalist and in the 5 awards she collected competing with 130 girls in her bracket, she had taken a 2nd place in music ability playing the violin.

Hansinee flanked by her parents Viren & Rifka Mayani and  her sister Nishtha.


Hansinee gets the music inspiration and stage presence etiquette from her dad Viren who is a music enthusiast, performer and routinely interviews music celebrities. Viren also has completed shooting for a Hollywood Film: India Sweets and Spices in Atlanta. She gets her Bharat Natyam dance and stage performance inspiration from mom Rifka who besides being an Executive Director of IT at KSU is also a dance faculty teaching Bharat Natyam to seasoned jazz, ballet and tap dance students in the Program of Dance at KSU.


 

 

' May-27-2019