When it comes to Osman Mir, there are no adjectives in Hindi, Urdu or English to complement his music. An extremely talented ghazal king, sur Samrat and bhajan master, Mir sings for both Bollywood and Dhollywood too. Hailing from Gujrat, Mir has a sprightly presence and a deep voice in which you would love to dive into. With an extremely wide range of music, Mir is an ustaad of classical singing too. With a commendable Urdu and Hindi, Mir's talent cannot fit into a series of words. WIth absolutely no boundaries, Mir's spellbinding voice is something you can never get enough of. Born in Mandvi, Kutchh, Mir was initially coached by his father Mr. Husenbhai. Followed by this, his guru Ismailbhai trained him in his early years. His career began as a tabla player with late Shri Narayan Swami and gradually he established his roots in the musical industry. With numerous awards as a playback singer as well as a folk singer, Osman Mir has been nominated at THE GIONEE STAR GLOBAL INDIAN MUSIC AWARDS for the famous song in the movie Ram-Leela, "Man mor bani thangat kare"