Mithoon

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Mithoon
Mithoon at the 4th Gionnee Star Global Indian Music Academy Awards
Mithoon at the 4th Gionnee Star Global Indian Music Academy Awards
Background information
Birth nameMithun Sharma
Also known asMithoon
Born (1985-01-11) 11 January 1985 (age 37)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
GenresFilm score,
Filmi, Indian classical, Ballads
Occupation(s)music director, singer, lyricist-composer
Instrument(s)Piano and keyboard
Years active2005–present
Websitemithoon.me

Mithun Sharma (born 11 January 1985), also known as Mithoon, is an Indian Hindi film music director, lyricist-composer and singer.[1]

Mithoon composed the Hindi song "Tum Hi Ho" from the 2013 Bollywood romantic film Aashiqui 2. Mithoon received the Filmfare Award for Best Music Director, and in 2014 received a nomination for Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist in the 59th Filmfare Awards. He wrote and composed one of the most streamed Hindi songs on YouTube, "Sanam Re". The song was honoured with the award of "Most Streamed Song of 2016" at the Global Indian Music Academy Awards.[2]

Early life[edit]

Mithoon was born into a family of musicians.[3] His grandfather, Pandit Ram Prasad Sharma, imparted music knowledge to thousands of aspirants, many of whom are amongst today's top musicians.[4] His father, Naresh Sharma, was a leading expert of musical arrangements,[5] having worked with almost all of the top composers in more than two hundred movies. Mithoon's father and his uncle Pyarelal-ji (Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma) formed one-half of the legendary composer duo Laxmikant-Pyarelal.[6]

Mithoon started learning music at the age of eleven. Since his father remained busy, he sent him to knowledgeable people to train himself. His father observed him closely and would often notice what he was practicing. His father often listened to the tunes that he created as well.[5]

Career[edit]

Mithoon began his career with two recreations: "Woh Lamhe" in Zeher and "Aadat" in Kalyug. In 2006, Mithoon's friend recommended his name to Onir, (director of Bas Ek Pal), who wanted an electro-based title track. This led to his first original song as a composer, "Bas Ek Pal" with singer KK, and was followed by "Tere Bin" (by singer Atif Aslam) in 2006. Both songs were included in the film Bas Ek Pal. .[7]

He wrote the score for Anwar, released in 2007 and his compositions Tose Naina Lage and Maula Mere are still extremely popular. His compositions in The Train Woh Ajnabee, Beete Lamhe & Mausam were chartbusters.

He also worked as a guest composer for songs on several nonmovie albums, such as "Kuch Is Tarah" from Atif Aslam's album Doorie,[8] and Abhijeet Sawant's and "Ek Shaqs" from the Abhijeet Sawant album Junoon. He released his own album, Tu Hi Mere Rab Ki Tarah Hai in 2009 with T-Series. For this album, Mithoon traveled to the United Kingdom to rope in musicians. There, he worked with musicians of the Philharmonic Orchestra.[9]

In 2011 he composed two songs "Aye Khuda", "Phir Mohabbat" for the film Murder 2 which also marked the debut of Arijit Singh were popular and declared chartbusters.

The song "Tum Hi Ho" which he wrote for Aashiqui 2, and "O saathi" from the movie Shab became popular.[10] He has also been a solo or guest composer for movies such as , Jism 2,Yaariyan, Ek Villain, Hate Story 2, Creature 3D, Samrat & Co, Alone, Hamari Adhuri Kahani, Bhaag Johnny, All Is Well, Loveshhuda, Sanam Re, Ki & Ka, Shivaay, Wajah Tum Ho, Half Girlfriend, Shab, Aksar 2, Hate Story 4, Baaghi 2, and Mercury.

Bollywood discography[edit]

Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Songs Lyricist Notes
2005 Zeher "Woh Lamhe Woh Baatein", "Lamhe (Remix)" Sayeed Quadari Guest Composer[11]
2005 Kalyug "Aadat", "Aadat (Remix)" Goher Mumtaz, Sayeed Quadri
2006 Bas Ek Pal "Bas Ek Pal", "Tere Bin" Sayeed Quadri, Mithoon
2007 Anwar "Maula Mere Maula", "Javeda Zindagi" Sayeed Quadri, Hasan Kamal
The Train All songs Sayeed Qudari Solo Composer
Aggar
2010 Lamhaa Sayeed Qudari, Amitabh Verma
2011 Murder 2 "Aye Khuda", "Phir Mohabbat", "Aye Khuda (Remix)" Mithoon, Sayeed Quadri
2012 Jism 2 "Yeh Kasoor"
2013 3G All songs Mithoon, Shelle, Sonu Kakar Solo Composer
Aashiqui 2 "Tum Hi Ho", "Meri Aashiqui", "Aashiqui – The Love Theme", "Aashiqui 2 Mashup" Mithoon Winner, Apsara Award for Best Lyrics for "Tum Hi Ho"
Nominated, Apsara Award for Best Music Director
Winner, IIFA Award for Best Music Director with Ankit Tiwari & Jeet Ganguly
Winner, IIFA Award for Best Lyricist for "Tum Hi Ho"[12]
Winner, Filmfare Award for Best Music Director with Ankit Tiwari & Jeet Ganguly
Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Lyricist for "Tum Hi Ho"[13]
Nominated, Screen Award for Best Music Director
Winner, BIG Star Entertainment Award for Most Entertaining Song for "Tum Hi Ho"
Winner, Global Indian Music Award for Best Film Album with Ankit Tiwari & Jeet Ganguly
Winner, Global Indian Music Award for Best Film Song for "Tum Hi Ho"
Winner, Mirchi Music Award for Song of the Year for "Tum Hi Ho" with Arijit Singh
Winner, Mirchi Music Award for Album of the Year with Ankit Tiwari & Jeet Ganguly
Winner, Mirchi Music Award for Music Composer of the Year for "Tum Hi Ho"
Winner, Mirchi Music Award for Best Album with Ankit Tiwari & Jeet Ganguly[14]
Nominated, Screen Weekly Award for Best Music with Ankit Tiwari & Jeet Ganguly
Winner, Zee Cine Award for Best Music Director with Ankit Tiwari & Jeet Ganguly
Winner, Zee Cine Award for Best Lyricist for "Tum Hi Ho"
Winner, Zee Cine Award for Best Song of the Year with Arijit Singh[15]
2014 Yaariyan "Baarish", "Mujhe Ishq Se"
Samrat & Co. "Shukr Tera", "O Humnavaa"
Ek Villain "Banjaara", "Zaroorat", "Humdard" Winner: Bollywood Hungama Surfers' Choice Music Award for Best Soundtrack, shared with Ankit Tiwari, Soch
Hate Story 2 "Hai Dil Yeh Mera", "Hai Dil Yeh Mera (Remix)"
Creature 3D All songs except "Sawan Aaya Hai" and "Sawan Aaya Hai (Reprise) Lead Composer
2015 Alone "Awaara"
Hamari Adhuri Kahani "Humnava" Sayeed Quadari
All Is Well "Mere Humsafar (Remake)" Amitabh Verma
Bhaag Johnny "Kinna Sona" & "Meri Zindagi"
2016 Love Shhuda "Mar Jaayen" & "Mar Jaayen (Reprise)" Sayeed Qudari
Sanam Re "Tere Liye" and "Sanam Re (Title Track) " Mithoon
Ki and Ka "Ji Hazoori" Sayeed Quadari
Traffic All songs Turaz, Mithoon, Sayeed Quadri Solo Song Composer
Shivaay "Bolo Har Har" (along with Badshah and The Vamps), "Darkhast", "Tere Naal Ishqa" Sayeed Quadri, Sandeep Srivastava Lead Composer
Wajah Tum Ho "Wajah Tum Ho" Manoj Muntashir
2017 Half Girlfriend "Phir Bhi Tumko Chahunga",
"Pal Bhar (Chahunga reprise)",
"Chahunga (Shraddha Kapoor version)",
"Chahunga (Jyotica Tangri version",
"Half Girlfriend - Love Theme"
Shab All Songs Mithoon, Amitabh Verma Solo Composer
Aksar 2 Sayeed Quadri
2018 Hate Story 4 "Tum Mere Ho" Manoj Muntashir
Baaghi 2 "Lo Safar" Sayeed Quadri
Mercury "The Mercury Song" Single song film
2019 Kabir Singh "Tujhe Kitna Chahne Lage"
"Tujhe Kitna Chahein Aur (Film Version)"
Mithoon Composer and Lyricist
Satellite Shankar Tere Sang
2020 Malang Chal Ghar chalen Sayeed Quadri
Khuda Haafiz All Songs Mithoon, Sayeed Quadri Solo Composer
2022 Radhe Shyam "Aashiqui Aa Gayi"
"Soch Liya"
"Udd Ja Parindey"
"Shooting Stars"
"Soch Liya (Composer's Draft)"
Mithoon, Manoj Muntashir Composer, Lyricist
Jugjugg Jeeyo "Ik Mulaqaat" (scrapped from the album) Mithoon
Khuda Haafiz 2 "Chaiyaan Mein Saiyaan Ki" Mithoon, Faruk Kabir
HIT: The First Case "Kitni Haseen Hogi" Sayeed Quadari Composer
Shamshera All songs Mithoon, Piyush Mishra, Karan Malhotra[citation needed] Solo Composer, Lyricist, First collaboration with YRF
Gadar 2 TBA TBA Solo Composer

Albums[edit]

Sr No Album Song Year
1 Tu Hi Mere Rab Ki Tarah Hai "Tu Hi Mere Rab Ki Tarah Hai", "Kuch Dard Mujhe Tu", "Aashiqui Aashiqui", "Tu Hai", "Ab Toh Har", "Mujhe Ishq De" 2009
2 Junoon "Ek Shaqs" 2007
3 Doorie "Kuch Is Tarah" 2006

Singles[edit]

Sr No Year Song Artists Ref.
1 2019 "One India My India" Sukhwinder Singh, Jubin Nautiyal, Godswill & Mithoon [16]
2 "Intezaar" Arijit Singh & Asees Kaur
3 2020 "Toh Aa Gaye Hum" Jubin Nautiyal Mithoon even played the role of narrator in the song's official video

Awards and nominations[edit]

List of awards and nominations received by Mithoon

Asiavision Awards[edit]

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2017 Shab Best Music Director Won [17]

BIG Star Entertainment Awards[edit]

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2014 Aashiqui 2 Most Entertaining Song ("Sunn Raha Hai") Nominated [18]
Most Entertaining Music Nominated
2015 Ek Villain Nominated [19]

Filmfare Awards[edit]

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2014 Aashiqui 2 Best Lyricist (for "Tum Hi Ho") Nominated [13][20]
Best Music Director Won
2015 Yaariyan Nominated [21]
Ek Villain Nominated
2018 Half Girlfriend Nominated [22]
2020 Kabir Singh Won [23]
[24]
Best Lyricist (for "Tujhe Kitna Chahne Lage Hum") Nominated

Global Indian Music Academy Awards[edit]

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2014 Aashiqui 2 Best Film Album Nominated [25]
Best Music Director Nominated
2015 Ek Villain Nominated [26]

International Indian Film Academy Awards[edit]

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2014 Aashiqui 2 Best Lyricist (for "Tum Hi Ho") Won [12]
Best Music Director Won
2015 Ek Villain Nominated [27]
Yaariyan Nominated
2020 Kabir Singh Won [28]

Mirchi Music Awards[edit]

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2014 Aashiqui 2 Album of The Year Won [14]
Song of The Year (for "Tum Hi Ho") Won
Music Composer of The Year Won
2015 Ek Villain Album of The Year Nominated [29][30]
Listeners' Choice Album of the Year Won
2018 Half Girlfriend Music Composer of The Year Nominated [31][32]
Song of The Year (for "Phir Bhi Tumko Chaahunga") Won
2020 Kabir Singh Music Composer of The Year (for "Tujhe Kitna Chahne Lage") Nominated [33]
Song of The Year (for "Tujhe Kitna Chahne Lage") Nominated
Album of The Year Nominated

Producers Guild Film Awards[edit]

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2014 Aashiqui 2 Best Music Director Nominated [34][35]
Best Lyricist (for "Tum Hi Ho") Won

Screen Awards[edit]

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2014 Aashiqui 2 Best Music Director Nominated [36]
2015 Ek Villain Best Lyricist (for "Banjaara") Won [37][38]
Best Music Director Nominated
Yaariyan Nominated
2017 Half Girlfriend Nominated [39]
Best Background Music Nominated
2019 Kabir Singh Best Music Director Won [40]

Stardust Awards[edit]

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2007 Bas Ek Pal Standout Performance by a Music Director Won [41]
2015 Ek Villain Best Lyricist (for "Banjaara") Nominated [42][43]
Best Music Director Nominated
Yaariyan Won
2017 Sanam Re Nominated [44]
Best Lyricist (for "Sanam Re") Nominated

Zee Cine Awards[edit]

Year Film Category Result Ref.
2014 Aashiqui 2 Best Track of the Year (for "Tum Hi Ho") Won [15]
Best Lyricist (for "Tum Hi Ho") Won
Best Music Director Won
2017 Half Girlfriend Nominated [45]

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