Harish Bhimani

Miembro desde 6 años •
"Also URDU, ENGLISH (Indian)Warm, sincere, unaffected, rendition."
Harish Bhimani

India's foremost voice artiste that set the trend of multi lingual voice recordings - English (neutral, Indian), Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, Bengali (short scripts).

Media have variously described Harish Bhimani as ‘One of the Most Recognisable Voices of India’, ‘The Most-traveled Indian anchor’ and ‘A Writer with a Zing’.

From B.Tech-MBA to TV news anchoring; narrating India's greatest epic Mahabharat on TV to India’s ambitious text-to-speech eVenture - with more than 18,000 recordings of TV & radio commercials, corporates, documentaries, safety videos, InFlight VOs, downloadable audios, CD ROMs, Music Albums, GPS Navigation audios; anchoring at Madison Square Garden to the Royal Albert Hall, Sydney Opera House & Shrine Auditorium & writing TV serials Khandaan, Subah, Inkaar, Sukanya, Grahan... to the legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar’s biography; and recording globally through his unique voice website VoiceSutra.com…

…Harish, quite simply stands apart – because of his ability to reinvent himself with the changing times & technology.


A proven voice culture trainer in continual demand.

A multi lingual voice artiste: Hindi, English (Indian), Urdu, Gujarati & Bengali (Channel Voice of a bangladeshi TV channel. I read only very short scripts.)


More than 20 years & counting.

The latest: Writing Dialogue (Screenplay) of feature film "ISIS - Enemies of Humanity" & acting in it, followed by screenplay of a proposed Indo-American feature film venture entitled "MEJO - Life After Life."


Too numerous to describe. Please Google.

Popularly known as 'Voice of India', Harish is one of the two most recognizable spoken voices in India. He became something of a sought after brand after his landmark voice role of 'Samay' (the eternal Time) in the epic TV serial Mahabharat.