Tanvi Shah

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Tanvi Shah
Genres Playback singing
Occupations Singer
Website tanvishah.com

Tanvi Shah is a popular playback singer who sings primarily for Tamil language films in India. She has sung in Hindi, Arabic, Latin, and Spanish also. Her first song was "Fanaa" for the movie Yuva.[1][2][3]

Career[edit]

She has a running collaboration with A.R. Rahman and has sung a number of songs for him, including songs from Jillunu Oru Kadhal, Slumdog Millionaire and recently Delhi-6. She wrote the Spanish lyrics for Jai Ho.[4]

She has performed in leading and world famous arenas such as Wembley Arena, Birmingham Arena Burmingham.

Her success with A.R. Rahman got her invitations from leading music directors and she has sung for Yuvan Shankar Raja, Srikanth Deva, Premji Amaren and other music directors.

She shared the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media with A.R. Rahman and Gulzar in the 52nd Grammy Awards for the song Jai Ho, for writing the Spanish lyrics for the song. With the success of Slumdog Millionaire, Shah has been featured in Snoop Dogg's song "Snoop Dogg Millionaire". Apart from the Grammy, she also received the BMI Award in 2009 in London for the same and also shares the World Soundtrack Award (2009) with Rahman and Gulzar.

She performed for the Yuvan - Live in Concert in January 2011 in Chennai and in Malaysia at the KLIMF in 2012.

She was invited to speak at the TEDxSF conference by her friend Kunal Sood on Global Health in Nov '12.[5] She performed at Ragam-2013 (the annual cultural fest) of National Institute of Technology, Calicut, Kerala on 15 March 2013.

Tanvi recently signed to booking agent O'Leary Music Management for her worldwide bookings; http://www.olearymusic.com.

Awards[edit]

Grammy Awards
BMI Award

Discography[edit]

Film scores[edit]

Film Song Year Music Director Language
Aayutha Ezhuthu "Yakkai Thiri" 2004 A. R. Rahman Tamil
Yuva "Fanaa" 2004 A. R. Rahman Hindi
Pudhupettai "Poo Pesum Poo Pesum" 2005 Yuvan Shankar Raja Tamil
Ashok "Mumtaju Mahalu" 2006 Mani Sharma Telugu
Sillunu Oru Kaadhal "Jillendru Oru Kaadhal" 2006 A. R. Rahman Tamil
Sivaji: The Boss "Style" 2007 A. R. Rahman Tamil
Thotta "Anbe Vaa" 2008 Srikanth Deva Tamil
Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na "Pappu Can't Dance" 2008 A. R. Rahman Hindi
Saroja "My Life" 2008 Yuvan Shankar Raja English
Slumdog Millionaire "Gangsta Blues" 2008 A. R. Rahman English & Hindi
Slumdog Millionaire "Jai Ho" 2008 A. R. Rahman Spanish & Hindi
Delhi-6 "Dilli-6" 2009 A. R. Rahman Hindi
Delhi-6 "Rehna Tu" 2009 A. R. Rahman Hindi
Snoop Dogg Millionaire "Snoop Dogg Millionaire" 2009 Chase & Status English & Hindi
Muthirai "July Madathil" 2009 Yuvan Shankar Raja Tamil
Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai "Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai" 2009 Yuvan Shankar Raja Tamil
Paiyaa "Thuli Thuli" 2010 Yuvan Shankar Raja Tamil
Paiyaa "En Kadhal Solla" 2010 Yuvan Shankar Raja Tamil
Raavanan "Keda Kari" 2010 A. R. Rahman Tamil
Puli "Power Star" 2010 A. R. Rahman Telugu
Naan Mahaan Alla "Iragai Pole" 2010 Yuvan Shankar Raja Tamil
Enthiran "Boom Boom Roboda" 2010 A. R. Rahman Tamil
Goa "Goa" 2010 Yuvan Shankar Raja Tamil
Goa "Goa (Club Mix)" 2010 Yuvan Shankar Raja Tamil
Panjaa "Veyyira Chey Veyyira" 2011 Yuvan Shankar Raja Telugu
Billa II "Yedho Yedho Oru Maikam" 2012 Yuvan Shankar Raja Tamil
Kadal "Magudi Magudi" 2012 A R Rahman Tamil
Biriyani "Biriyani" 2013 Yuvan Shankar Raja Tamil
Arrambam "Hare Rama Hare Krishna" 2013 Yuvan Shankar Raja Tamil
Lekar Hum Deewana Dil "Mawwali Qawwali" 2014 A R Rahman Hindi

Non-film scores[edit]

Song Year Music Director Language
"Llamalo Amor (Call It Love)" 2013 JHawk Spanish

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Golden moments". The Hindu. 19 January 2009. 
  2. ^ "'Rap is rhythm 'n' poetry'". The Hindu. 29 April 2006. 
  3. ^ "Language no bar". Screen. 18 December 2009. 
  4. ^ Tejonmayam, U (3 February 2009). "The Jai Ho girl". Express Buzz. The New Indian Express. Retrieved 11 June 2009. 
  5. ^ "Unwinding with Tanvi Shah". Retrieved 25 January 2014. 

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