Sandesh Shandilya

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Sandesh Shandilya
Born (1968-04-08) April 8, 1968 (age 50)
Genres Soundtrack, Film score
Occupation(s) Composer, arranger,
Years active 2001 – present

Sandesh Shandilya is an Indian film composer, musician, and singer, working in Bollywood, most known for his work in films like Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001), Chameli, Road, Uff Kya Jadoo Mohabbat Hai and Socha Na Tha.

His 2001 music album Piya Basanti was a mega-hit and won International viewers' choice award at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards. His teacher, Ustad Sultan Khan sung the hit song Piya Basanti for him on this album.

He took basic training of music from maestro Ustad Sultan Khan who was a noted Sarangi player too.[1][2][3]

Album[edit]

Year Album Other Notes
1999 Pyar Ke Geet Video features Arbaaz Khan, Malaika Arora Khan and Sung by Shubha Mudgal, Sukhwinder Singh
2000 Piya Basanti Video features Nauheed Cyrusi and Donovan Wodehouse and Sung by Sultan Khan, K. S. Chithra
2006 Ustad & the Divas A compilation album, composed by Sandesh Shandilya, which brings three singers, Chitra, Sunidhi Chauhan and Shreya Ghoshal, together with the Ustad Sultan Khan.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Other Notes
2001 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...
2002 Agnivarsha: The Fire and the Rain
2003 Chameli
Road
Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula
2004 Uff Kya Jadoo Mohabbat Hai
2005 Socha Na Tha
2006 Iqraar: By Chance
2007 Big Brother
Ek Chalis Ki Last Local
Jab We Met
2008 Meerabai Not Out
Colours of Passion (Rang Rasiya)
2009 Toss: A Flip of Destiny
Jashnn: The Music Within
Hum Phirr Milein Na Milein
Jag Jeondeyan De Mele
Sikandar
Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish
2010 Dus Tola
Tum Milo Toh Sahi
Road to Sangam
2011 Love U...Mr. Kalakaar!
Yamla Pagla Deewana
2012 Chaar Din Ki Chandni
Gattu
2014 Satra Ko Shaadi Hai
Kya Dilli Kya Lahore
2015 Time Out
Manjhi - The Mountain Man
2016 Chalk n Duster
2017 The Wishing Tree (2017)
Vodka Diaries
2018 Daas Dev

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nagarajan, Saraswathy (July 21, 2010). "On a soulful note". The Hindu. Chennai, India. Retrieved 25 January 2011. 
  2. ^ Biswas, Sushmita (November 19, 2005). "Hitting the right note". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. 
  3. ^ "On a musical high with 'Socha Na Tha'". The Tribune. November 24, 2004. 

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