DJ Ankit Rohida desires to make his audience connected to his work

May 11 2021 09:30 AM
DJ Ankit Rohida desires to make his audience connected to his work

The dream of every performer is to make his audience enjoy his work. The best reward for anyone in this world is to hear the cheering from their fans at the time of the performance. Several artists innovate themselves and they are every day to make their followers happy. They always try to create an environment that appeases the audience. There are various actors, singers and DJs are out there who apply every means in their hands for the sake of the audience.

DJ Ankit Rohida, an excellent DJ who is well known for his magnificent concerts always puts forwards admirer before anything. The celebrated DJ never misses a stone to take place in the hearts of his followers by his amazing performance. Recently, last year Ankit made some technical advancements in his performances for the enjoyment of his audience. “About a year back I started doing audio video sets to give people the best visual experience”, said Ankit. The brilliant DJ is even counted as one of the youngest in India to deliver the best music sets in his concerts.

DJ Ankit Rohida originally known as Ankit Jaipal Rohida started his career in 2014. In these 7 years, Ankit has won several competitions like the Symbiosis war of DJs held at blue frog Pune in 2018. The incredible DJ with his complete determination got a chance to perform alongside Pritam Chakraborty, Boman Irani, Urvashi Rautela, Chunky Pandey and many more. The talented artist even shared stages with various legendary DJs of India such as Dj Suketu, Dj Akbar Sami, Dj Lemon, Dj Kaz and many more. His remixes are regularly featured on Gener Asian Radio (Houston), Radio Mirchi 98.3 Fm, Radio City 91.1. Ankit has performed at multiple cities across the globe like Dubai, Doha and various parts of India.

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