Media has variously described Harish Bhimani as ‘One of the Most Recognisable Voices of India’, ‘The Most-travelled Indian Compère’ and ‘A Writer with a Zing’.
A rare National Awardee for voice overs (National Film Awards, 2016), he straddles written & spoken word spaces: from TV news anchoring, planetarium audio to Son-et-Lumière shows (Gandhi residence, Konark…) to India’s ambitious text-to-speech e-Venture – with some 22,000 recordings of commercials, corporates, music albums & docus in between & counting, while providing recorded audio content to clients in 38 countries through his unique voice website VoiceSutra.com… the only compère recipient of HMV’s Gold Disc for a concert album, he has compèred for most major singers & musicians at Madison Square Garden to the Royal Albert Hall, Sydney Opera House to Wembley Arena, Vijay Chowk… & writing TV serials Khandaan, Subah, Inkaar, Sukanya… & feature films Raushni, Snip, ISIS & Mejo (in the works) to the legendary Lata Mangeshkar’s biography In Search of Lata Mangeshkar & several mini-bios.
Documakers.com – is a platform Harish is building for the docs-shorts community after making some 22 films.
He continually reinvents himself while adapting to new technologies.
And yes, he is most quoted for his rendition of ‘Samay’ of the TV serial Mahabharat.