Himesh Reshammiya was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra to veteran Indian music director Vipin Reshammiya and Madhu Reshammiya; however his family originate from Bhavnagar, Gujarat. Reshammiya studied at Hill Grange High School in Pedder Road where he met his best friend Prashant Chadha. Chadha was responsible for Reshammiya's look with a cap and for directing all of his music videos from his private album Aap Kaa Surroor as well as promotional videos for the movies Aashiq Banaya Aapne , Aksar and Tom Dick Harry .
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