Viju Shah (full name Vijay Kalyanji Shah) is a music director of Hindi cinema. He is the son of music director Kalyanji Virji Shah of composer duo Kalyanji Anandji. He composed music for movies such as Vishwatama (1992), Mohra (1994), Tere Mere Sapne (1996) and Gupt (1997) for which got his second nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Music Director and he won the 1998 Filmfare Award for Best Background Score for Gupt.
He is married to Sunanda Shah. He has three elder brothers Chandrakant, Ramesh, Dinesh and a younger brother Rajesh. He has a daughter pursuing Western Classical piano in the United States of America.
He started his music composing career in 1992 with the movie Vishwatama. His first breakthrough came two years later, in 1994 with Mohra. He composed many hit songs which included "Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast", "Tip Tip Barsa Pani". The music album went on to become the second most sold album of that year. Since then he has composed for hit movies like Tere Mere Sapne, Gupt, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, Pyaar Ishq Aur Mohabbat.
- 1994 - Best Music Director - Mohra
- 1996 - Best Music Director - Tere Mere Sapne
- 1997 - Best Music Director - Gupt
|1994||Mohra||Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Music Director|
|1996||Tere Mere Sapne||Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Music Director|
|Gupt||Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Music Director
Filmfare Award for Best Background Score
|Aar Ya Paar|
|Bade Miyan Chote Miyan||Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Music Director|
|1999||Beti No. 1|
|2001||Pyaar Ishq Aur Mohabbat|
|Kaise Kahoon Ke Pyaar Hai|
|Tujhe Meri Kasam|
|Yun Hota Toh Kya Hota|
|2007||Victoria No. 203|
- "Lalit Pandit’s Kuch Kuch Hota Hai track voted most popular!". Indian Express. September 7, 2012.
- "Biography of Viju Shah from hindilyrics.net". Retrieved 4 August 2010.
- "Awards". IMDB.
- "Viju Shah's Musical Silver Wedding". Retrieved June 19, 2008.
- "Mohra - second most sold album of 1994". Retrieved September 11, 2012.
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