Harish Kumar (1979 – June 2, 2019) prominently known as Queen Harish was a society artist from Rajasthan, India. An individual who ran after recovery of Rajasthani society moves, his exhibitions included different people dance structures from Rajasthan like Ghoomar, Kalbelia, Chang, Bhawai and Chari.
Harish Kumar was brought into the world in 1979, in a woodworker family in Suthar people group in Jaisalmer in Rajasthan. He began moving at 13 years old. Harish, who lost his folks, comes to drag dance to deal with his sisters. Enlivened by ‘Annu Master’, the main drag entertainer in the Jaisalmer area, he began learning drag dance under him. He rehearsed American ancestral style hip twirl to make his body more able to do every ladylike development.
Harish had performed Ghoomar, Kalbelia, Chang, Bhavai, Chari, and other people moves of the Rajasthan state, in almost 60 nations. His exhibition was one of the features of the yearly Jaipur Literary Fest. He has partaken in Raqs Congree in Brussels, Belly Dancing Championship in Seoul and Desilicious in New York City. He has showed up in the unscripted tv show ‘India’s Got Talent’ and a few Bollywood motion pictures including Appudappudu (2003), Jai Gangaajal (2016) and The Accidental Prime Minister. In 2007, he featured in the narrative When the Road Bends: Tales of a Gypsy Caravan by American producer Jasmine Dellal. In a joint effort with the public authority of Rajasthan, he ran a day to day evening show at Jaisalmer called The Queen Harish Show. He was likewise a choreographer with more than 2,000 understudies in Japan alone.
Individual life and demise
Harish is made due by his significant other and two children. He passed on at 39 years old, on 2019 June 2, in a street mishap in a Highway in Kaparda town close to Jodhpur in Rajasthan.