To become the life of every performance is the only principle that he follows. At a very young age, Vishal realized his love and passion for music and never wasted time in doing something he wasn't interested in. Instead, he turned his interest into a career choice and learned music from Dr. Ram Deshpandeji. There was no looking back since then.
From winning at various collegiate and inter-collegiate competition to bagging prizes consecutively in the singing reality show of Zee TV, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. Fame never came in the way of his talent and the hard-working singer made his way to Indian Idol Season 1. There, he went all the way to become a part of the top 10 singers. Winning or losing never mattered to his exceptional singing as he started working with great names in the music industry like Vishal Shekher, Richa Sharma, Sonu Nigam and Kavita Krishnamurti. Vishal Kothari has always lived up to our expectations and maybe that's why tries to improve his performances to give us something new every time.
Vishal also bagged many opportunities, out of which, the most important one was his chance to perform in the Burma Independence Day. He has also made many international fans by performing in his tour to the USA, Thailand, Egypt, Africa, etc. His talent is appreciated on an international level by the Canadian government at the International jazz festival. This is not all, he has also escalated his charisma in his much appreciated albums, "Pal" and "Yarron" from Sony Bmg.
"Dipawali Aayi Re" from crescendo music and 'Tere Sang Sang' released in 2016. This was also a year when he debuted as a playback singer in two films, '2016 The End' with Song "Tanu Takda Rawa" and ' Point Of View' where he sung "Kya Kahu Kis Kadar" back to back. This is not all, there's a lot in the store.