|Birth name||Aditya Gadhvi|
|Born||3 April 1994|
Gujarat, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
|Years active||2005 – present|
Aditya Gadhvi (born 3rd April 1994) is a playback singer and Lyricist from Gujarat, India, born in a Gujarati speaking family from Gujarat. He speaks fluent Gujarati, Hindi and Marathi. Aditya Gadhvi has rendered film songs in several Indian languages and has several chart hits to his credit. His rendition of "Manzil" and “Luv Ni Love Storys” from the movie Luv Ni Love Storys composed by Parth Bharat Thakkar.
Aditya, a versatile singer, is actively involved in Gujarati film music singing a number of songs, he has also released a number of Gujarati singles in the recent past.
Aditya Gadhvi was born to Yogesh Gadhvi. Aditya Gadhvi is a Winner of "E-Tv Lok Gayak Gujarat" a folk and Sufi Singer 2 songs from movie 'Kamasutra3D' sung by Aditya Gadhvi shortlisted for Oscar Nominations in 2014. Became winner of Gujarat's highest T.R.P gainer show "Lok Gaayak Gujarat" at the age of 18 years. After winning the show "Lok Gayak Gujarat", Aditya performed Gujarati folk music all over Gujarat and also performed out of India in Honkong. Aditya gave his voice to represent Gujarat's tableau in Republic Day Parade of 26th January. This parade was in the presence of U.S.A's President Barack Obama and our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and thousands of other guests. Performed with A.R.Rahman as backing vocalist in his live shows in Dubai, Vadodara, etc. Aditya has worked with AR Rahman on Bollywood film 'Lekar Hum Deewana Dil'.
He has performed at many live concerts and is quite popular when it comes to Navratri events. He is popular for hits like 'Sharato Lagu', 'Hellaro' and 'Love Ni Bhavai' among many others. Famous Bollywood actress Priyanka chopra has performed dandiya on Aditya's song when Aditya was performing "Dakla" song on Navratra festival.
|2013||Koi Ne Kehsho Nahi|
|2016||Celebrating World Music Day- Best Indipop of Red Ribbon|
|2016||Celebrating World Music Day- Best Gujarati of Red Ribbon|
|2017||Mahashivratri Essentials- Gujarati|
|2017||Chor Bani Thangaat Kare||Vaadaldi Varsi Re||Aishwarya Majmudar|
|2019||Red Raas Season 9|
|2019||Har Har Mahadev- Gujarati|
|Bau Na Vichaar|
|Moj Ma Rehvu|
|Rang Bhini Radha|
|Madhratu Na Mor|
- Jaago Jaago
- Rang Bhini Radha
- Pankhi Re co singer: Siddharth Bhavsar, and Yashita Yashpal Sharma
- DHUL UDI, Independence Day Special
|2017||Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen||"Marhaba Aavona"||D. Imman||Yugabharathi||Shreya Ghoshal|
|2018||GujjuBhai - Most Wanted||"Sar Sar Ke"||Riya Shah|
|2019||Viswasam||Adchithooku||D. Imman, Narayanan|
|2018||Ventilator (Gujarati Movie)||Amba Re Amba
Bhada Na Makan Ma
|2019||Hellaro||Sapana Vinani Raat||Aditya Gadhvi||Aditya Gadhvi|
|2020||Luv Ni Love Storys||"Luv Ni Love Storys"||Aditya Gadhvi||Siddharth Amit Bhavsar, Yashika Sikka|
|2020||Luv Ni Love Storys||Manzil||Niren Bhatt||Keerthi Sagathia, Siddharth Amit Bhavsar|
Achievements & Awards
- GIMA Award for Best Traditional Folk Single
- He sung two songs in movie Kamasutra3D shortlisted for Oscar in 2014.
- "Aditya Gadhvi records two new songs - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
- "Aditya Gadhvi shoots a music video for his next folk song - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
- "Gujarati boy's songs shortlisted for Oscars in best original song category". dailybhaskar. 2013-12-23. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
- Dec 23, Dilip PatelDilip Patel | Updated:; 2013; Ist, 02:35. "City boy's songs in Oscars shortlist". Ahmedabad Mirror. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
- "Aditya Gadhvi records a song for a Hindi GEC - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
- "This Sharad Purnima, dance the Garba to Aditya Gadhvi's tunes under the moonlight". Creative Yatra. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
- "Photo Aditya Gadhvi shares the stage with AR Rahman for a live show". NEWSJIZZ. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
- "Photo: Aditya Gadhvi shares the stage with AR Rahman for a live show - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
- "Aditya Gadhvi's new single releases today - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
- "Aditya Gadhavi: I was shocked to see Priyanka performing dandiya to my songs - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
- Bureau, N. T. (2019-06-28). "Rachintan Trivedi is known for his art-infused music". News Today | First with the news. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
- "Aditya Gadhvi releases a new single titled 'Rang Bhini Radha' - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2020-01-21.
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