Shail Hada

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Shail Hada
Born (1975-04-11) April 11, 1975 (age 39)
Kota, Rajasthan, India
Occupation(s) Playback singer, Music Director
Instruments Vocalist
Years active 2003-Present

Shail Hada is an Indian playback singer[1] born and brought up in Rajasthan.

Early life[edit]

Shail has got his initial training in Hindustani Classical music from renowned vocalist and his father Shri Jaswant Singh Hada. He studied in St. Pauls Mala road, Kota. Later on, he went on do his M.A. in Music from Kota University and Sangeet Visharad from Gandharava Mahavidyalya under the guidance of his guru Pt.Aaskaran Sharma. After coming to Mumbai, he joined department of music, Mumbai University where he won six gold medals at various national competitions.

Career[edit]

Shail began his career by singing background vocals for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Black. Since then he is associated with Bhansali in every film that he has directed. He got more fame musically in Bhansali's next directorial Saawariya which went on to become among the best musical albums of 2007. Shail is a versatile singer. In this same movie, Shail has worked as an assistant to the composer Monty Sharma. The Saawariya album gave the music industry a new voice that had the capability to hit the high notes and as well do the yodeling.

Again, in an yet another Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Film Guzaarish he has worked as the chief assistant music director. He has arranged the tracks Udi and Maza Saiba and have sung many tracks including the title track with KK and Udi with Sunidhi Chauhan. His classical prowess are beautifully exhibited in the song Tera Zikhr Hain.

Shail won Stardust Award for New Sensation Male in Year 2011 for Song "Tera Zikr hai" in Film Guzaarish.

Shail has also ventured into the South Indian music industries, particularly Tamil and Telugu in Harris Jayaraj's compositions.[2]

In 2011,Shail Hada was one of the singer in Laxmikant-Pyarelal Concert "Maestros" which was organizes by Kakas Entertainment in India.[3]

Discography[edit]

Year Song Title Film Title Language Music Director
2014 "You Only Live Once" Anegan Tamil Harris Jayaraj
2013 "Lahu Muh Lag Gaya", "Poore Chand ki ye" Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela Hindi Assist. Music Director
2012 "Har Har Mahadev", "Mayad Tharo wo Put Kathe" Maharana Pratap: The First Freedom Fighter Hindi Dr. Prem Bhandari
“Jeet Lenge Jahan Ek Din” Jeet Lenge Jahan Hindi Raja Pandit
2011 “Mar Jana Soniye”, “Mess It Up” Mumbai Mast Kallander Hindi Afsar - Sajid
“Tumse Milke” Milta Hai Chance By Chance Hindi Afsar - Sajid
“Dawat” Memories in March Hindi Debojyoti Mishra
“Main Ek Bhanwra” Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Hindi Amit Sial
2010 "Dhatad Thatad" Lafangey Parindey Hindi R. Anandh
"Tera Zikr Hai", "Guzaarish", "Saiba", "Udi", "Keh Na Saku" Guzaarish Hindi Assist. Music Director
"Rooba Rooba" Orange Telugu Harris Jayaraj
2009 "Yeno Yeno" Aadhavan Tamil Harris Jayaraj
"Tiledhar Dupatta" Right Ya Wrong Hindi Monty Sharma
"Kubool" Vaada Raha Hindi Monty Sharma
2008 “Dukh Ke Badri”, “Aaja Milke” Chamku Hindi Monty Sharma
“Wat's Up Bro” (Slow), “Gurbani”,“Badmash Launde” (Blasted),“Badmash Launde” Heroes[disambiguation needed] Hindi Monty Sharma
2007 "Saawariya", “Saawariya Reprise” Saawariya Hindi Monty Sharma

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