Kamal Khan, in search of his queen of angels
“Pariyon Ki Rani is a soulful hindi love ballad about meeting someone special and not knowing when you’ll see them again” is the way Kamal likes to describe it. Produced by UK’s music maestro, Sumeet Chopra who has worked with world famous Bollywood playback singers such as Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik, Mahalaxmi Iyer and Shankar Mahadevan to name a few.
His versatile voice allows Kamal to easily adapt to both Hindi and English music, appealing to multi-cultural audience.
Born and raised in the UK, Kamal’s passion for music took him to Hollywood to be close to the heart of the movie-making and performing arts industry. “Having performed extensively in the USA at festivals over the last few years, it was finally time to unleash something to the world”
You may recall Kamal Khan as the “South Asian Face” that appeared in Ford commercials which were played throughout the UK. Others recall the dashing Royal Navy officer that made appearances all over UK and European networks. I suspect however that for British audiences he will be best remembered for his roles in The Bill (a long-running but now ended Police procedural soap-opera) and of course Eastenders (a long-running and still running soap opera set in London’s east end).
His biggest breakthrough came when Kamal flourished the stage in the West End Fringe, playing the lead of Romeo in Romeo and Juliet. The UK Press praised his abilities to succeed as a South Asian actor in the Shakespearean world in articles entitled “Asian Actor Plays Lead Role in Shakespearian Play”.
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