Saisharan

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P.Sai sharan
Birth nameP. Sai sharan
Born (1992-10-16) 16 October 1992 (age 26)
GenresPlayback singing & Carnatic music
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsVocalist
Years active2011-present

S. Sai sharan is a Carnatic musician and Indian playback singer from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He rose to prominence after winning the third season of the Airtel Super Singer.[1]

Early life[edit]

Saisharan started his music journey by giving his first Carnatic music concert at the age of 8 at the Thyagaraja Aradhana in Thiruvaiyaru.[2]

Career[edit]

Television works[edit]

Saisharan competed in a number of reality TV singing competitions. He initially entered the finals of the debut season of Vijay TV's Airtel Super Singer Junior.[3] He subsequently appeared as a member of the "Tiruchi Thimingalangal" team led by playback singer Srilekha Parthasarathy in the debut season of Sun TV's Sangeetha Mahayuddham,[4] in which he and his team were crowned the runner up at the grand finale.

Saisharan rose to prominence in 2011 after being crowned the winner of season 3 of Vijay TV's Airtel Super Singer, when he was a 21 year old engineering student.[3] In 2013, Saisharan captained the "Symphony Super Kings" team in the debut season of Airtel Super Singer T20, before he and his team were crowned the winner of the show. In 2015, Saisharan also captained his "White Devils" team to victory in Super Singer T20 season 2. His performances through Vijay TV's Super Singer TV series which were considered hits by viewers have included:

Show season Original Air Date Round Name Song Title Original Film Language Music Director Lyricist
Airtel Super Singer 3 4–8 July 2011 Devotional Isai Thamizh Nee Seidha Thiruvilaiyadal Tamil K. V. Mahadevan Kannadasan
Airtel Super Singer T20 18 January 2013 Semi Finals - Captain's Challenge Unnai Kaanaadhu Naan Vishwaroopam Tamil Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy Kamal Haasan
Super Singer T20 (S2) 18 March 2015 MSV Hits Harmony Medley (excerpts of raga Kiravani; "Ninaipadhellam"; "Mayakkamma" & "Malarndhum") Traditional Carnatic music
Nenjil Or Aalayam; Sumaithaangi; & Pasamalar
Tamil Viswanathan-Ramamoorthy Kannadasan
1 April 2015 ARR Songs Oru Poiyaavadhu Sol Kanne Jodi Tamil A. R. Rahman Vairamuthu
9 April 2015 1960 to 1980 Pattum Naane Thiruvilaiyadal Tamil K. V. Mahadevan Kannadasan
10 April 2015 1960 to 1980 Harmony Medley (excerpts of "Paruvame Pudhiya Paadal" & "Uravugal Thodarkathai") Nenjathai Killathe & Aval Appadithan Tamil Ilaiyaraaja Panchu Arunachalam & Gangai Amaran
28 April 2015 Post-2001 Unakkena Iruppaen Kaadhal Tamil Joshua Sridhar Na. Muthukumar
28 April 2015 Post-2001 A cappella Harmony various no lyrics various no lyrics
12 May 2015 Semifinal 1 excerpts of raga Vasantha/Hamsanandi;
Vandhanam En &
Kandaen Kandaen
Traditional Carnatic music;
Vazhvey Maayam & Pirivom Santhippom
Tamil Saisharan;
Gangai Amaran; & Vidyasagar
Traditional Carnatic music; Vaali; &
Yugabharathi

Playback singing[edit]

In 2012, Sai Sharan was formally introduced as a Tamil playback singer.[5] He made his film debut co-singing "Dang Dang" in the movie Manam Kothi Paravai with Malavika, who was also a contestant in the music competition reality TV show, Airtel Super Singer 3.

Year Song Title Film Name Language Music Director
2012 Dang Dang Manam Kothi Paravai Tamil D. Imman
2012 Nanbaa va Nanbaa Saattai Tamil D. Imman
2013 Ari Unnai Vathikuchi Tamil M Ghibran
2013 Manasukulle Yennai Edho Gnabagangal Thaalattum Tamil Mano Murthy & Kamalakar
2014 Unmanam Gubeer Tamil Vishal - Adithya
2014 Unnai Kadhalithu Nadhigal Nanaivadhillai Tamil Soundaryan
2015 Yei Nanbaa Viraivil Isai Tamil MS Ram
2015 Paadukunte Jilla Telugu D. Imman
2015 Nizhala Nijama Vellaiya Irukiravan Poi Solla Maatan Tamil Joshua Sridhar
2015 Run Bruce Lee - The Fighter Telugu S. Thaman
2016 Othasada Rosa Marudhu Tamil D. Imman
2016 Aattam Pottu Vetrivel Tamil D. Imman
2017 Chilaka Chilaka Pelliroju Telugu Justin Prabhakaran

References[edit]

  1. ^ "And the winner is.... - The Hindu". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 17 October 2011. Retrieved 4 January 2015.
  2. ^ "I`d like to heal with music: Sai charan". SIFY. 2 September 2011. Retrieved 3 August 2018.
  3. ^ a b "Saisharan crowned Airtel Super Singer 3". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 25 September 2011. Retrieved 27 November 2014.
  4. ^ "Anjaraipettai - The Hindu". The Hindu. 24 September 2010. Retrieved 2 May 2015.
  5. ^ "GV introduces Super Singer Pragathi – The Times of India". Times of India. 2 November 2012. Retrieved 4 January 2015.