|Aditya Narayan Jha|
Aditya Narayan at Lagaan 10 Year Celebrations.
|Born||Aditya Narayan Jha
6 August 1987
Mumbai, Maharastra, India
|Occupation||Actor, Television Anchor, Playback Singer, Music Composer|
|Years active||1992 - present|
|Parents||Udit Narayan (Father)
Deepa Narayan (Mother)
Aditya Narayan Jha commonly known as Aditya Narayan was born 6 August 1987, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. He is actor, singer, songwriter, music composer, television host and most recently assistant director, He belongs to a musical family of father, playback singer Udit Narayan and mother Deepa Narayan, his grandfather Hari Krishna Jha and grandmother Bhuvaneshwari Jha all being musically inclined. Aditya was born in Breach Candy Hospital Mumbai, he grew up in and also is a resident of Mumbai. Aditya completed his schooling from Utpal Shanghvi school in 2003. He passed his junior college from Mitthibai College of Commerce.
Aditya Narayan began his career at a very young age singing. As a child, Aditya was first spotted by musical Mastro Kalyanji (Of Kalyanji-Anandji) at his 4th Birthday celebration. He soon started training under Kalyanji and also did concerts called Little Wonder's a show where only kids showcased their talent in various forms of art. He went on to perform for more than 300 "Little Wonder's" concerts.He has been a very successful child artist and singer. In 1995 he did a cameo in a song from the film Rangeela with Asha Bhosle. His first playback song was in 1992 for the song of Nepali Film track for Mohini and later in 1995 Akele Hum Akele Tum along with his father, Udit Narayan. His biggest hit as a child artist though, came with the song "Chhota Baccha Jaan Ke" from the film Masoom in 1996. It also earned him his first major Film award, the Screen Awards critics Best Child Singer in 1997. It also fetched him a special jury award at the Screen Awards as best child singer for the same song. He also sung for A.R. Rahman in the films Rangeela and Taal. Aditya as a child has song more than 100 songs and also had a super successful self-titled album "Aditya" with Polygram Music (now Universal Music), Aditya has sung in more than 16 Indian Languages in 1996. His acting career as a child began when Aditya was spotted by Producer/Director Subhash Ghai at the 1995 Filmfare award function, as the final performer for the "Little Wonder's" troupe. Ghai then signed him for his forthcoming venture, "Pardes" starring Shah Rukh Khan & Mahima Chaudhary. The film went on to be a huge success, a Golden Jubilee released on 8 August 1997.
on 22 May 1998 Jab Pyar Kisise Hota Hai His second film was "Jab Pyaar Kisi Se Hota Hai" starring Salman Khan and Twinkle Khanna. His role as Kabir Dhanrajgir was a substantial one, almost parallel to the lead actors of the film. The film had a successful Silver Jubilee run. It also earned him a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the 1999 Zee Cine Awards. In 2006 he completed a diploma in English contemporary music at Tech Music Schools, in London. On his return to India, he was called to audition for Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2007.
After his successful triumph over many singers in the running to host the coveted music reality show, he became a household name and the show went on to become one of the most successful reality shows in the history of Indian television.
At 19 years old, Narayan's first professional outing came as an anchor for Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2007. He then hosted Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champs 2008. His third and last season of the show was Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2009
In April/May '08 his father, Udit Narayan and Aditya, had a successful musical tour consisting of 20 sold out shows in the United States of America, Canada & West Indies.
In 2009 Aditya signed his first film as lead actor, Shaapit, directed by Vikram Bhatt, which was released worldwide on 19 March 2010. He sung 4 songs and also wrote and composed the title track for the film, "Shaapit Hua"
In early 2012, Aditya joined Sanjay Leela Bhansali as an assistant director for the producer/director's next directorial venture, Ram Leela. Aditya used to sing all the scratch versions of the songs. When Sanjay heard Aditya's scratch recording of the song 'Tattad Tattad' which was originally slated to be rendered by his father Udit Narayan, he was so impressed that Sanjay decided to retain Aditya's voice for the song. He also made him sing another song for Ram Leela, 'Ishqaun Dhishqyaun'. Both, the music & movie received a positive response from critics and audiences alike. 'Tattad Tattad' became a chart buster, garnering more than 10 million views on YouTube
- X Factor India (2011)
- Saregamapa Challenge (2010)
- Saregamapa Li'l Champs (2008)
- Saregamapa Challenge (2007)
|2013||Ram Leela||Playback Singer||Sanjay Leela Bhansali|
|2010||Shaapit||Actor, Music Director, Playback Singer|
|2009||Chal Chalein||Playback Singer||Ilaiyaraaja|
As an actor/singer
|2000||Papa the Great||Playback Singer||Nikhil Vinay|
|Raja Ko Rani Se Pyar Ho Gaya||Playback Singer||Jatin Lalit|
|1999||Hum Saath-Saath Hain: We Stand United||Playback Singer||Raam Laxman|
|Biwi No.1||Playback Singer||Anu Malik|
|1998||Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai||Child Actor|
|Pardesi Babu||Playback Singer||Anand Raj Anand|
|Chachi 420||Playback Singer||Vishal Bharadwaj|
|Aakrosh: Cyclone of Anger||Playback Singer||Anand Raj Anand|
|2001: Do Hazaar Ek||Playback Singer||Anand Raj Anand|
|1997||Bhai||Playback Singer||Anand Milind|
|Ghoonghat||Playback Singer||Anand Raj Anand|
|Pardes||Playback Singer & Child Actor||Nadeem-Shravan|
|1996||Diljale||Playback Singer||Anu Malik|
|Shastra||Playback Singer||Aadesh Shrivastava|
|Masoom (1996 film)||Playback Singer||Anand Raj Anand|
|1995||Rangeela||Playback Singer & Child Actor||A.R. Rahman|
|Akele Hum Akele Tum||Playback Singer||Anu Malik|
- 1997 - Screen Awards - Special July Award for his song 'Chhota baccha jaan ke' from the film Masoom(1996 film).
- 2008 - Glamour Star of the Year
- 2007 - The Global Indian TV Honours 2008: Fresh Face of The Year (Male)
- 2007 - Indian Television Academy Awards: Star of the Year
- 2007 - Sansui Television Awards: Face Of The Year
- 2007 - New Talent Awards- Best New Anchor
- 2007 - Lions Gold Awards: Best Anchor of a Television Program
- 2007 - Cinegoer's Award: Best Anchor of a Television Program
- 2007 - Kalakar Awards Best Anchor of a Television Program
- "Aditya Narayan Biography". Planetradiocity.com. 1987-08-06. Retrieved 2012-07-19.
- Suruchi Sharma (2010-03-10). "I am still single says Aditya Narayan - Times Of India". Articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 2012-07-19.
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