Abhijeet Sawant

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Abhijeet Sawant
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Background information
Born (1981-10-07) October 7, 1981 (age 37)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
GenresPop
Occupation(s)Singer, Actor, Anchor
Years active2005–present

Abhijeet Sawant is an Indian playback singer, television actor and anchor and the winner of Indian Idol (Season 1). He was the first runner up of Clinic All Clear – Jo Jeeta Wohi Superstar, and finished third in Asian Idol.

Early life[edit]

Sawant was on born 7 October 1981. He grew up in the Shahunagar district of Mumbai and developed an interest in music. After graduating from Chetana college of Commerce & Economics, Sawant became keen on joining and working in the music industry.[1]

Career[edit]

Singing[edit]

Abhijeet Sawant won the first season of Indian Idol, an adaptation of the Pop Idol format, in 2005. His first solo album, Aapka Abhijeet Sawant, was released on 7 April 2005. That year he also did playback singing in the movie Aashiq Banaya Aapne, performing the song Marjawaan Mitjawaan.[citation needed]

Sawant competed in the first edition of Asian Idol, which was held in Jakarta, Indonesia on 15 - 16 December 2007. He performed Everything I Do by Bryan Adams and his own song Junoon. Hady Mirza of Singapore Idol won the competition, with Sawant finishing third.

His second album, Junoon - Abhijeet Sawant was released on 10 July 2007. The title track Junoon charted in India.[citation needed]

Abhijeet Sawant was a finalist of Clinic All Clear Jo Jeeta Wohi Superstar on Star Plus in 2008. The show was a competition between the winners and runners-up of various singing reality shows on Indian television. Sawant became the first runner up of the show.

Acting[edit]

He made his acting debut in the movie Lottery in 2009.[2] He also made a small appearance at the end of film Tees Maar Khan.

Sawant has also acted in commercials for Spraymint.

He made a special appearance as himself in the romantic drama series Kaisa Ye Pyar Hai and thriller crime series C.I.D.

Other[edit]

Sawant and his wife Shilpa participated in the Dancing Reality Show Nach Baliye (Season 4) in (2008–2009). They were eliminated after facing public votes.[3]

He co-hosted Indian Idol 5 along with Hussain Kuwajerwala.

He has joined the Shiv Sena with a mandate to attract youth to the party fold.

Discography[edit]

Original Albums

  1. Aap Kaa Abhijeet Sawant-2005, Sony BMG Music India
  2. Junoon-2007, Sony BMG Music India
  3. Farida-2013,Universal Music India
  4. Fakira-2018,universal music India

As playback singer[edit]

As singer
Year Song Film Composer Co-singer(s)
2005 "Mar Jaavan Mit Jaavan" Aashiq Banaya Aapne Himesh Reshammiya Sunidhi Chauhan
2006 "Yaad Teri Yaad" Jawani Diwani - A Youthful Joyride Sajid-Wajid Shreya Ghoshal
2010 "Pungi" Tees Maar Khan Vishal-Shekhar Harshit Saxena, Debojit Saha, Prajakta Shukre
2012 "Bechain Sapne" Chittagong Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy
2014 "Sar Sukhachi Shravani" Mangalashtak Once More Nilesh Moharir Bela Shende
2014 "Beating Beating" Ishq Wala Love S. J. Surya Neha Rajpal, Kriti Killedar
2015 "Ye Na" Baji Atif Afzal
2016 "Sau Tarah Ke Revisited"
"Ishqa"
Dishoom Pritam Aditi Singh Sharma
Antara Mitra
2017 "Hume Tumse Pyaar Kitna"
"Single" Shomu Seal None
2017 "Rangreza"
"Duet" Sukumar Dutta Pragya Patra

Television[edit]

  1. C.I.D. (Indian TV series)
  2. Comedy Circus, Sony Entertainment Television
  3. Nach Baliye, Star Plus
  4. Hosted Indian Idol 5, Sony Entertainment Television
  5. Kaisa Ye Pyar Hai as Special Appearance,Sony Entertainment Television
  6. Comedy Nights with Kapil as Singer
  7. Love Me India as a mentor of west zone he represent maharashtra kids singer .

Filmography[edit]

  1. Lottery as the main lead-2009
  2. Tees Maar Khan Special Appearance

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Abhijeet Sawant Profile". 1 September 2014. Retrieved 27 January 2019.
  2. ^ Zinia Sen (11 November 2008). "Abhijeet Sawant hits jackpot!". The Times of India.
  3. ^ "Abhijeet and Shilpa Sawant in Nach Baliye 4". Abhijeetsawant.in. Archived from the original on 21 July 2011. Retrieved 7 February 2011.

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