Anand Bhatt

Named one of the Top 5 Indian-Americans to watch in Hollywood, Anand Bhatt [pronounced ONN-INN BOTT] was born in Chicago. He is the younger child of two children from a mechanical engineer father and a schoolteacher mother.

Product Marketers yield rapid and stable results by using Anand Bhatt’s name, image, and/or likeness in any and all advertising. Anand Bhatt stars and appears in various entertainment media and events.

• Anand’s social media and traditional media visibility are leveraged by Product Marketers and Marketing Directors by having the celebrity discuss and mention products and messages online, in interviews, and during appearances in an organic and streamlined fashion.

• Anand’s fan base is international, with most fans concentrated in the United States, Europe, Latin America, and Asia.

• Anand has exceptional influence amongst his fans and followers. He delivers desired messages via interviews with the press, as well as social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, IMDB, LinkedIn, and more.

• His fan demographics are 70% female, ages 22-45.

Entertainment Productions benefit by Licensing Anand Bhatt music for use in various media.

Retailers benefit by carrying Anand Bhatt titles and enjoying direct revenue from sales.

Anand first got public media notice while still in high school after he and his friends choreographed a humorous dance to a song they wrote and recorded while wearing homemade outfits to make themselves look like monkeys. The song, and the monkey dance, became a community favorite and eventually landed the group on Chicago radio.

Anand Bhatt is known for his internationally recognized music as both a solo artist and as frontman for celebrated heavy rock group Anand Clique. After graduating high school, Anand went to the University of Illinois at Chicago for both his undergraduate and graduate degrees. It was there he met his other bandmates.

To support himself as a teenager until after grad school, Anand performed as a "Dancing DJ" at weddings, bar mitzvahs and corporate parties with a well known ongoing Chicago troupe in which they would put on full shows, do impersonations, and utilize audience participation.

Anand became friends with Jim Martin, an actor from the movie "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey" and the lead guitar player for platinum selling rock group Faith No More, backstage at a festival they were playing together. Their collaborations were Anand's first break on to the Grammy Awards ballot.

Anand Bhatt is the first Indian-Ameri