Abhas Joshi is a new singer who has carved a niche for himself in the music industry. This young superstar of playback singing also has another talent in his home, who is his brother. Abhas Joshi and his brother, Shreyas Joshi, are likely to take the Sufi music by storm in the future. He is 25 years old today. Abhas Joshi received his recognition in the music world as a participant of Li Champs Sa Re Ga Ma Pa (a children musical show in 2004) and was the winner of the contest. Earlier, he even participated in another musical reality show, "Master Madam Singing Competition", for which he was credited as the runner-up. Today, Abhas Joshi and his brother Shreyas Joshi, have worked with popular music artists such as Bappi Lahiri, Shankar Mahadevan, ‘ Shaan’, Richa Sharma and Salim-Suleiman. He is also looking forward to working with A. R. Rahman or Gulzar, even.

Today, Abhas Joshi is the brightest anchor of musical shows for his knowledge in singing. As an aspirant Sufi singer, he also knows how to stress on a particular note, and how much to fade in and out of the note. Truly, the singer has mastered the seven notes of music very well. This singer is greatly influenced by the Sufi rock band Indie Roots kind of musical scores, which he hopes will be hit among all age groups. Already, Bollywood is greatly influenced by Sufi music notes, and A. R. Rahman has composed many popular numbers. This has brought new hope in the mind of Abhas Joshi. Bollywood’s tryst with Sufi song goes back to many years. Its soulful renditions and soulful music have instantly struck a chord with new generation singers too. Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, the longest running music reality show in the history of Indian television, was always welcomed for the younger generation’s playback singers. Every time it was back in a new avatar. Had it not been the stage of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, many young voices in India would have remained unheard still! He was born on March 29, 1990. The duo brothers also released a Sufi rock album earlier, which was promoted by Saregama India.