Oct 6, 2010


www.queenharish.com is now live and entertaining, it's a great new cosmetic experience like playing around with a new make up kit on a completely improved customised stage i love to dance on.

For now i will keep this blogspot on but won't post anymore here, please follow me in this new space!


Sep 5, 2010

Quarter Finals!

The competition spirit, the marketing, the votes, the comments from Kirron Kher, Sajid Khan and my self proclaimed biggest fan Sonali Bendre, the new choreography work on "Parda Parda" from the film "Once upon a time in Mumbai", the new costumes and the ultimate pleasure to be on Indian Television ...

here is the video of the quarter final on India's Got Talent Khoj 2, another Queen Harish two minutes of fame:

Queen Harish at India Got Talent Khoj 2 - September 4th 2010

Special Thanks to Veronica "Veve" de Souza and to all my fans from India and all my friends from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, Mumbai and Gujarat for their votes!

Sep 2, 2010

Vote for Queen Harish !

Watch me performing a new very colourful synchronised choreography in the top 48 of India Got Talent on Colours Channel this Saturday 4Th September at 9PM.

Vote for me to reach the Top 12 by sending upto 100 SMS per mobile phone with "QH" to 56882
You can start sending the messages from my appearance on screen till the next morning 8AM.

Much Love

Aug 29, 2010

Dance Like a Man

text by Anushree Majumdar

A man who slips into the gait of a woman, a dancer in drag who is father of two. In the gallis of Jaisalmer and on a stage in Seoul, Harish Kumar turns into a diva that men desire. Where the lines blur, there begins the incredible double life of Queen Harish.

A silicon breast is a weapon of mass seduction. And two will help you find your target. Harish Kumar gently filled his bustier top with one each; he was close to the end of his routine. One that had begun an hour ago by sitting with his chrome make-up box, mixing powders and paints and applying colours on the canvas that is his face. Kryolan, MAC, Lakme — no expense spared to ensure that the hard lines of his nose and jaw were softened, made feminine. He squeezed into a heavy red-and-gold ghagra, slipped on Rajasthani bangles that went up till his shoulders, adjusted his wig and stepped into his Salvatore Ferragamo pumps. In the mirror, we saw a slim, taut-waisted woman, with heavy-lidded eyes and high breasts. Kumar was now Queen Harish and she was ready for the kill.

Continue reading on Indian Express

Aug 16, 2010

Now, what about India ?

Yes India ... and here is a humble yet wishful start...