Mohammed Aslam

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Mohammed Aslam
Birth nameMohammed Aslam
Born18 March
Occupation(s)Playback Singer, stage performer, Music Director, Lyricist
Years active1994-present

Mohammed Aslam is a playback singer from South India. He is most known for his stage performance called "Aslam Nite" dedicated to music legend Mohd. Rafi songs. He has performed across India and Persian Gulf countries, and is also a playback singer in the Tamil and Bollywood film industries.

Early life and career[edit]

In his childhood Aslam was inspired by Kishore Kumar, Mohd. Rafi, and Mukesh. He started singing when he was 6-years-old and began performing at age of 13. Aslam has earned international acclaim with over 2,000 stage shows to his credit. His first song for a film was "Naan Uravukaaran" in Nattamai directed by K S Ravikumar in 1994, and after that he continued to sing in several Tamil Kannada and Telugu movies. Later, he worked with A R Rahman for hit films like Rang De Basanti and Jodha Akbar. He was also a part of A.R Rahman's world tour.


Notable songs[edit]

Year Film Composer Song
1994 Nattamai Sirpy "Naan Uravukaaran"
1996 Poove Unakkake S A Rajkumar "Oh Pyari"
1997 Love Today Shiva "Yen Pennendru" (Duet) with Bombay Jayasri
1998 Suryavamsham S A Rajkumar
2003 Naaga Vidyasagar "Anakapalli Centerlo ki Dhool"
2006 Aadatha Aattamellam A R Reihana "Thalattu padamal"
2006 Rang De Basanti A. R. Rahman "Paathshala"
"Paathshala (Be a Rebel)"
2006 Sillunu oru Kaadhal A. R. Rahman "Maaricham"
2006 Sillunu oru Kaadhal (Telugu) A. R. Rahman "Gaandharvam"
2006 Varalaru A. R. Rahman "Ilamai"
2006 Varalaru A. R. Rahman "Ilamai Remix"
2007 Guru (Gurukanth- Telugu) A. R. Rahman "Ee Haayilo"
2007 Azhakiya Tamizh Magan A. R. Rahman "Ponmagal Vandaal"
2007 Pallakki Gurukiran "O Priya"
2008 Saroja Yuvan Shankar Raja "Kodaana Kodi"
2008 Aegan Yuvan Shankar Raja "Hey Salaa"
2008 Jodha Akbar A. R. Rahman "Azeem-O-Shaan Shahenshah"
2008 Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na A. R. Rahman "Pappu Can't Dance"
2009 Vaamanan Yuvan Shankar Raja "Lucky Star"
2009 Muthirai Yuvan Shankar Raja "July Madhathil"


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