Remembered being a playback vocalist for many Hindi motion pictures, he gained a 1973 Country wide Film Prize for his performance in the movie Rajnigandha from the song “Kai Baar Yuhi Dekha Hai.” After learning tone of voice in Mumbai, Mukesh (delivered Mukesh Chand Mathur) sang within a 1941 film entitled Nirdosh. He increased to popularity after offering the singing tone of voice of the professional Motilal in the 1945 film Pehli Nazar. He received Filmfare Honours for his vocal shows in the 1970s films Beimaan, Pehchaan, and Kabhie Kabhie. He and his nine siblings was raised in Delhi, India, in a family group from the Mathur Kayastha caste. His relationship to millionaire’s little girl Saral Trivedi Raichand led to five kids, including a kid, Nitin, who also acquired a career being a playback vocalist. In various Hindi movies, he supplied the performing voices of people played with the renowned professional Raj Kapoor.