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Shaan
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Shaan performing live at Alive India in concert (Bangalore) in December 2015
Born
Shantanu Mukherjee

(1972-09-30) 30 September 1972 (age 49)[1]
Occupation
Years active1992–present
Spouse(s)
Radhika Mukherjee
(m. 2000)
Children2
Parent(s)Manas Mukherjee
Sonali Mukherjee
RelativesSagarika Mukherjee (Elder Sister)
Sagari Mukherjee (Younger Sister)
Musical career
Genres
InstrumentsVocals
Labels

Shantanu Mukherjee (born 30 September 1972), known as Shaan, is an Indian playback singer, actor and television presenter active in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Assamese, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi and Urdu language films and a television host. He hosted the shows Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs, Star Voice of India and STAR Voice of India 2. In Music Ka Maha Muqabla, his team, Shaan's Strikers, finished as the runners up to Shankar Mahadevan's team. He appeared as a judge in Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs 2014–2015 and The Voice India Kids 2016. In 2015 and 2016, Shaan was the winning coach in each of the first two seasons of The Voice. In 2016, in The Voice India Kids, he was the coach of the runner-up contestant. His two sisters Sagarika and Sagari are also a singer and actress.

Early life

Shaan with wife Radhika

Shaan was born on 30 September 1972 in a Bengali Brahmin family.[1][2] His grandfather was Jahar Mukherjee, a well known lyricist, his father late Manas Mukherjee, was a music director and his sister Sagarika is a singer as well.[3] He grew up in Mumbai, Maharashtra

Early years and music albums

Shaan began his career singing jingles for advertisements. After giving it up for a brief period, he returned and, along with jingles, began to sing remixes and cover versions.[4]

Shaan and his sister signed up with Magnasound recording company and recorded a few successful albums, including the hit album Naujawan followed by Q-Funk.[5][6]

He entered the pop scene with sister Sagarika, singing Biddu's melodies and doing re-mixes. Then came Roop Tera Mastana, a remix album of R.D. Burman's songs, that brought them further into the limelight. Later, Shaan launched Love-Ology after this.

In 1999, He wrote the lyrics of the ballad "Bhool Ja" on his album Tanha Dil, which appeared in the charts within days of its release and was popular on radio. In 2000, he sang a superhit song "Tanha Dil Tanha Safar". This song is also used in his sister's album Mere Liye in 2001.[7][8]

In 2002, he won the MTV Asia Award for Favorite Artist India for best solo album for his album Tanha Dil. One year later, Shaan launched his album Aksar, which was successful and contained songs featuring international stars such as Blue, Mel C and Samira Said. For both the albums Tanha Dil and Aksar, Shaan sang, composed and wrote the lyrics of all the songs, except the title track "Tanha Dil", which was composed by Ram Sampath.

He released Tomar Aakash in 2004, a Bengali album, along with his sister and featuring his father's unreleased songs.[9] He also plans to release an album remaking his father's compositions with his sister in Hindi. He recently sang one of his father's compositions on sets of STAR Plus's Music Ka Maha Muqqabla.

In 2006, he released a song with MLTR, "Take me to your heart". The song appears on his album Tishnagi, which is produced by Ranjit Barot and engineered by Ashish Manchanda. The song "Shuruaat" on his album Tishnagi was made into a music video to promote the film, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.[10]

Apart from studio albums, he also sang several other albums songs such as Channel Hits, Bollywood Sensation 2, Club Class, A Reason To Smile, The Ultimate Party Album, Maa[11] (his sister's album), Mon, Akou Mon, Mere Liye [12][13] (his sister's album), Bodo Asha Kore, Hoyoth Prem, Khoji Tare, Notes from a peculiar time in Space etc.

Playback singing

Apart from singing on his own albums, Shaan has provided the voice for many of Bollywood's leading actors. He made his debut as a playback singer where he sang a single line song "Kitni Hai Pyari Pyari" along with his younger sister in the film Parinda when he was only seventeen.[14] The film was successful and established himself as one of the leading playback singers in Bollywood.[15][better source needed]

Shaan (left) with Vishnu Mishra (right)

Shaan sang, composed the music and wrote the lyrics of his songs on his albums Loveology, Tanha Dil, Aksar and Tishnagi, and has also composed music for many TV serials, winning the "Best TV music director award".[citation needed] Shaan also gives advice on music and lyrics to the music directors for whom he sings.[citation needed]

Shaan has sung playback vocals for several hit Bollywood films, including Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi, Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai, Jhankaar Beats, Lakshya, Kaante, Dil Chahta Hai, Kal Ho Na Ho, Hum Tum, Dhoom, Dus, Salaam Namaste, Fight Club - Members Only, Koi Mil Gaya, Munna Bhai M.B.B.S, Don - The Chase Begins Again, Fanaa, Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, Masti, Om Shanti Om, Ta Ra Rum Pum, Partner, Welcome, Saawariya, Jab We Met, 3 Idiots, Taare Zameen Par, PK and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo. Shaan sang "Hakka Bakka" in Ankhon Dekhi.

Shaan has provided the vocals for many Bengali, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Marathi, Assamese, Malayalam, Odia and Sindhi film songs. Popular songs by Shaan include "Musu Musu" (influenced by a hit Nepali song); "Wo Pehli Baar" from Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi; "Tune Mujhe Pehchaana Nahin" from Raju Chacha; "Apni Yaadon Ko" from Pyaar Ishq Aur Mohabbat; "Nikamma Kiya Is Dil Ne" from Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa; "O Re Kanchi" from Asoka; "Yeh Hawein" from Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai; "Koi Kahe Kehta Rahe" and "Woh Ladki Hai Kahan" from Dil Chahta Hai; "Subha Ho Gayi Mamu" from Munna Bhai M.B.B.S; "Suno Na" and "Tera Muskurana" from Jhankaar Beats; "It's The Time To Disco" and "Kuch To Hua Hai" from Kal Ho Na Ho; "En Panchhiyon" from Koi Mil Gaya"Prem Hoy je keno" from Teen Patti;"Dus Bahane" from Dus; "Shikdum" from Dhoom; "Main Aisa Kyun Hoon" from Lakshya; "Ladki Kyun" from Hum Tum; "My Dil Goes Mmmm" from Salaam Namaste; "Where's The Party Tonight" and "Rock And Roll Soniye" from Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna; "Chori Chori Chhora Chhori" from Masti; "Ae Kemon Chelebaba"[16] and "Amar Priyotoma" from Priyotoma; "Main Hoon Don" from Don - The Chase Begins Again; "Hey Shona" from Ta Ra Rum Pum; "Do U Wanna Partner" and "You're My Love" from Partner; "Insha Allah" and "Welcome" from Welcome; "Bum Bum Bole" from Taare Zameen Par; "Aao milo chalo" from Jab We Met, "Kuch Kam" from Dostana; "Behti Hawa Sa Tha Woh" from 3 Idiots; the popular songs "Chand Sifarish" from the movie Fanaa; "Dastaan-e-Om Shanti Om" from the movie Om Shanti Om; "Jab Se Tere Naina" from the movie Saawariya, "Do You Know" from Housefull 2, "Cinema Dekhe Mamma" from Singh is Bling, "Tere Naina" from Jai Ho, "Chaar Kadam" from PK, and "Aj Unse Milna Hai" from Prem Ratan Dhan Payo. He has sung a few Nepali songs in Nepali films and albums, among which the song "Adha Jindagi" has become popular.

He has many songs in Kannada films. He has lent his voice to Kannada actors such as Puneet Rajkumar, Darshan, Shivrajkumar, Ganesh and Duniya Vijay. A few songs to mention are; "Eno Onthara" from Hudugata; "Thara Thara Onthara" from Bindaas; "Amma Amma I Love You" from Maurya; "Shuruvaagide" from Maleyali Jotheyali; "Kudinotave Manamohaka" from Parichaya; "Jotheyalli Nee Baaro" from Jothegara; "O Jeevave" from Shyloo; the title track from the film Honganasu; "Savi Savi" from Chanda; "Nannaane Naa" from Thamassu; "Anthu Inthu" from Munjaane; "Kalli Neenu" from Dandam Dashagunam; "Warrenta" from Challidaru Sampigeya; "Miruguthide" from Parie; "Olave Neenillade" from Kalaakaar; "Bahumaanavade" from Ninagagey Kaadiruve; "Khushiyalli" from Prince; "Yeh Jambhada" from Love; "Ellindalo Ondu" from Prema Chandrama; "Yamma Yamma" from Rowdy Aliya; the title track from Dhan Dhan Dhana; "Gaaliyalli Kavanava" from Baaji; "Hottotho Munchene" from Preethi Nee Shashvathana; "Hudugi Hudugi" from Meshtru; "Naa Haadoke" from Bisile; "Nee Thandiruve" from Karthik; "Neeli Neeli" from Machcha; "Neenu Ninthare" from Kool; "Ninna Nenedare" from Sihigaali; the title track from the film Ale; and "Usire Usire" from Hebbuli.

He has recently recorded a playback for an upcoming Bengali feature film Network which is composed by Dabbu.[17]

Musical show hosting

Shaan hosted the television show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa on Zee TV between the years 2000–2006, which won the Music Programme of the Year award at the Indian Telly Awards in 2003. In 2007, he left and was replaced by 21-year-old Aditya Narayan. At the same awards, Shaan won Best TV Music Director, for creating the music of the Zee TV show, Lipstick, for his friend Goldie Behl. He also appeared as the guest in the first episode of the new show Antakshari: The Great Challenge which aired on 9 February 2007 on Star One.

Shaan is now the host of a music show called Star Voice of India (SVOI) which airs on Star Plus. He was offered the role of host for Star Voice of India Chote Ustaad, but opted out to spend time with his family. However, he returned to host the next season of Star Voice of India.

In June 2015, Shaan was introduced as a coach in the first season of the singing-based reality TV show The Voice, appearing with a swollen face caused by an exercising accident.[18] He was the coach of Pawandeep Rajan, the eventual winner. In 2016, in season 2, he again was the winning coach, of contestant Farhan Sabir. In 2016, in The Voice India Kids, he was the coach of the runner-up contestant.

International acclaim and other projects

Shaan is one of the few Indian singers who have collaborated with international singers.[citation needed] After working with blue for the song "One Love" and singing the theme song ("Shuruaat") for the movie The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Shaan collaborated with Michael Learns to Rock for his album Tishnagi. Shaan also composed six of the album's nine tracks and penned most of the songs, excluding the number Take Me To Your Heart with Michael Learns to Rock. The video of this number has been popular too.[19]

Shaan has sung the title songs for many TV shows, including the title song for the comedy show Khichdi, which airs on Star Plus. He also sang the title song for Shakuntala, which airs on Star One.

Along with singing, Shaan has acted in the movie Daman: A Victim of Marital Violence, also starring Raveena Tandon. His songs have appeared in the movies, Zameen and Hungama.

Shaan often performs for Pro Shows which are conducted as a part of the cultural festivals of various colleges.[citation needed] Among the prominent festivals where he has performed live recently are Moksha at NSIT (New Delhi), PULSE at AIIMS (New Delhi), Recstacy at NIT Durgapur, Spring Fest at IIT Kharagpur, REBECA at IIEST Shibpur, Mood Indigo at IIT Bombay, Ragam at NIT Calicut, Anakronos at Techno India, Alcheringa at IIT Guwahati, Riviera (festival) at VIT University and Crossroads at Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) (New Delhi). Recently he has performed live in Fun@Work Oracle Event at Bangalore. Previously he had performed in an IBM event "Imprint 2008, Hyderabad" for IBM GBS exclusively.[citation needed]

Shaan performing at an IBM event IMPRINT 2008

He said in an interview that music directors are avoiding established singers to bring some novelty into the playback singing, while compromising on the quality. Auto tuning software ensures that even a rough voice can sound good during the final recording and release of the song.[20]

Shaan has been a judge on many talent shows.[21] Shaan is a team captain, judge and mentor on STAR Plus's Music Ka Maha Muqqabla for the team Shaan's Strikers. His team won the Runner-up prize, amounting to Rs. 2.5 million (Rs. 2.5 million) in this game show on 20 March 2010, losing to Shanker Mahadevan and his team, with 43.1 points to 46.3 points.[22]

Shaan performed live alongside Atif Aslam, Malaika Arora Khan and Bipasha Basu for the first time in a series of concerts in Birmingham and London[23] in the summer of 2012.

Shaan has also been one of the 4 finalists of the dance show Jhalak Dikhla Jaa 2013.

Discography

Shaan's discography contains thirteen studio albums, thirteen compilation albums, seven remix albums, and eight other albums.

Studio albums

Year Details Tracklist
1992 Alive & Kicking
  • Released Date:
    United Kingdom 7 January 1992
    India 12 February 1992
  • Language: Hindi, Punjabi
  • Label: Oriental Star Agencies
  • Format: CD, Cassette, Digital Download
  1. Dhol Vajda[24]
  2. Mele Witch[25]
  3. Puttar Nishani
  4. The Kicking Mix[26][27]
  5. Iss Ko Le
  6. Maar Chharapa
  7. Hi Hi Preto
  8. Khari Hoke
  9. Alarh Jai Mutar
  10. Hi Hi Preto (Remix)
  11. Pehli Wari
  12. Mele Witch Aaye[28]
  13. Pee Laye
  14. Gora Rang
  15. Shaan Mad Max
1993 Keep On Moving
  • Released Date:
    United Kingdom 9 January 1993
    India 19 January 1993
  • Language: Hindi, Punjabi
  • Label: Oriental Star Agencies
  • Format: CD, Cassette, Digital Download
  1. Nee Main
  2. Boliyan[29]
  3. Jadu[30]
  4. Live your Life[31]
  5. Club Vich[32]
1996 Naujawan
  • Released Date:
    Canada 10 April 1996
    Europe 20 April 1996
    India 27 April 1996
  • Language: Hindi
  • Label: Magnasound
  • Format: CD, Cassette, Digital Download
  • Composer(s): Biddu
  • Lyricist(s): Raajesh Johri, Indeevar, Anwar Khalid
  1. Naujawan
  2. Aisa Hota Hai
  3. Disco Deewane
  4. Meri Wafa
  5. Aap Jaisa Koi
  6. Jhoomo Jani
  7. Armaan Dil Ke
  8. Dekh
1997 Love-Ology
  • Released Date:
    Canada 6 April 1997
    India 10 June 1997
  • Language: Hindi
  • Label: Magnasound
  • Format: CD, Cassette, Digital Download
  • Composer(s): Ram Sampath
  • Lyricist(s): Shaan, Manohar Iyer, Yogesh, Nida Fazil
  1. Love-Ology
  2. Mushkil Mein Dil
  3. Soona Re Soona
  4. Nai Koi Hoga
  5. Just Baby With Just Good Friend
  6. Dil Ki Baatein
  7. Sada Ke Liye
  8. Pehchaan Lo
2000 Tanha Dil
  • Release Date:
    Europe 18 January 2000
    India 29 January 2000
  • Language: Hindi
  • Label: Virgin Records
  • Format: CD, Cassette, Digital Download
2003 Aksar
  • Release Date:
    India 30 September 2003
    Europe 23 October 2003
  • Language: Hindi
  • Label: Virgin Records
  • Format: CD, Cassette, Digital Download
2004 Tumar Akash
  • Release Date:
    India 9 September 2004
  • Language: Bengali
  • Label: Virgin Records
  • Format: CD, Cassette, Digital Download
2006 Tishnagi
2010 Khola Hawowa
  • Release Date: October 2010
  • Language: Bengali
  • Label: Asha Music
  • Format: CD, Digital Download
2011 Bodo Asha Kore
  • Release Date: December 2011
  • Language: Benagli
  • Label: Asha Music
  • Format: CD, Digital Download
2014 Hoyoth Prem
  • Release Date: September 2014
  • Language: Bengali
  • Label: Asha Music
  • Format: CD, Digital Download
2016 Khoji Tare
  • Release Date: August 2016
  • Language: Bengali
  • Label: Asha Music
  • Format: CD, Digital Download
2018 Notes From A Peculiar Time In Space
  • Release Date: 28 February 2018
  • Label: Modern Tapes
  • Format: Digital Download

Remix albums

Year Album details Label
1995 Oorja Magnasound
Roop Inka Mastana
1996 Dance Masti Dance Pool
Sony Music
1997 Club Class Magnasound
1999 Return of Dance Masti Sony Music
2002 Dance Masti Again
2006 Dance Masti Forever

Compilation albums

Year Album details Label
1996 Channel Hits Magnasound
1997 Party Zone
Colgate - A Reason to Smile
1998 The Ultimate Party Album
1999 Now That's What I Call Indipop Sony Music
2000 Smash Hits Magnasound
2001 Santiago Fiesta Latina: Bollywood Goes Latino
(Vol I, II and III)
EMI Virgin Records
2002 Hitz Unlimited [33][34] Zee Records
Yaaron: Friends Forever Sony Music
Bhool Ja and Other Hits Virgin Records
2004 Shaan Se - Kya Aap Closeup Karte Hai? Virgin Records
2007 Love Story
2012 Best of Shaan Universal Music

Other albums

Year Album details Languages Label
1996 Bollywood Jhumka Gira Re
(as a singer)
Hindi T-Series
Bollywood Sensation 2
(as a singer and composer)
Oriental Star Agencies
1997 Tumi Mor Anchalar Dhan
(as a singer)
Assamese Vee Gee Audio Pvt. Ltd
Shardhanjaali
(As a backing vocalist)
Hindi NK Production
Anbe...India
(As a backing vocalist)
Tamil Magnasound
Sony Music
1998 Maa[35]
(as a singer and songwriter)
Hindi
2000 Mon
(as a singer)
Assamese Regional Music Centre
2001 Tumar Dekhu Priya
(as a singer)
Vee Gee Audio Pvt. Ltd
Akou Mon
(as a singer)
Regional Music Centre
Mere Liye
(as a singer and songwriter)
Hindi BMG Crescendo
Virgin Records
Raj Music
Sagarika Music
2003 Megharani
(as a singer)
Bengali Regional Music Centre

Filmography

Films

Year Film Role Language
2000 Tarkieb Special appearance in the song "Dil Mera Tarse" Hindi
2001 Daman: A Victim of Marital Violence Kaushik Nath Hindi
2001 Asoka Special appearance in the song "O Re Kaanchi" Hindi
2003 Hungama Special appearance in the song "Chain Aapko Mila" Hindi
2003 Zameen As himself Hindi
2006 The Bong Connection Special appearance in the song "Majhi Re" Bengali
2007 Loins of Punjab Presents As himself English
2008 Hari Puttar: A Comedy of Terrors As Himself Hindi
2014 Balwinder Singh Famous Ho Gaya[36] Balwinder Singh Hindi
2014 Teen Patti As himself Bengali
2017 Secret Superstar Cameo Hindi
2018 Helicopter Eela Cameo Hindi

Television

Year Show Language Role
2002-2005 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa[37] Hindi Host
2005-2006 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2005[37] Hindi Host
2006 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Ek Main Aur Ek Tu Hindi Host
2006 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs Hindi Host
2007 Amul STAR Voice of India Hindi Host
2008 STAR Voice of India 2 Hindi Host
2009 1st Mirchi Music Awards[citation needed] Hindi Host
2009–2010 Music Ka Maha Muqqabla Hindi Superstar captain of Shaan's Strikers
2010 Ishaan: Sapno Ko Awaaz De Hindi Himself[38]
2011 3rd Mirchi Music Awards[citation needed] Hindi Host
25 March 2012 4th Mirchi Music Awards Hindi Host
2013 Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa – Season 6 Hindi Contestant[39]
2014–2015 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs 2014–2015 Hindi Judge
2015–2017 The Voice India Hindi Coach/Judge
2016 The Voice India Kids Hindi Coach
2017 The Voice India Kids Hindi Judge/Coach
2019 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs 2019 Hindi Judge
2020 Super Singer[40] Bengali Judge

Advisor

Currently, he is a member of the Board of Advisors of India's International Movement to Unite Nations (I.I.M.U.N.).[41]

Awards

Shaan's song "Chand Sifarish" (from the movie Fanaa) and "Jab Se Tere Naina" (from Saawariya) won the Filmfare Best Male Playback Award and the Zee Cine Award Best Playback Singer - Male, in addition to receiving several other nominations. In 2002, he won the MTV Asia Music Award for best solo album for his album Tanha Dil,[42] however he did not go to Singapore and did not attended the Award Ceremonies due to his busy in his sister's wedding ceremony. Following are the list of awards and nominations in different categories.

Year Category Song Result
MTV Asia Music Awards
2002 Best Solo Album "Tanha Dil" Won[42]
Zee Cine Award
2008 Best Playback Singer – Male "Jab Se Tere Naina" from Saawariya Won
2007 Best Playback Singer – Male "Chand Sifarish" from Fanaa Won
2004 Best Playback Singer – Male "Suno Na" from Jhankaar Beats Won
Bollywood Movie Awards
2007 Best Male Playback "Chand Sifarish" from Fanaa Won
Star Screen Awards
2007 Best Male Playback "Chand Sifarish" from Fanaa Won
Filmfare
2008 Best Male Playback Award "Jab Se Tere Naina" from Saawariya Won
2007 Best Male Playback Award "Chand Sifarish" from Fanaa Won
2005 Best Male Playback Award "Dus Bahane" from Dus Nominated
2002 Best Male Playback Award "Nikamma" from Kya Dil Ne Kahan Nominated
2001 Best Playback Singer – Male "Koi Kahein Kehta Raahein" from Dil Chahta Hai Nominated
Filmfare – South
2014 Kannada cinema: Best Playback Singer – Male "Kannalle Kannittu" from Shravani Subramanya Nominated
IIFA
2010 Best Male Playback Award "Behti Hawa Sa Tha Woh" from 3 Idiots Won
2008 Best Male Playback Award "Jab Se Tere Naina" from Saawariya Won
2007 Best Male Playback Award "Chand Sifarish" from Fanaa Won

Tours

  • In 2004, Shaan toured India for his album Aksar.
  • In June 2006, Shaan toured North America, singing for fans all over the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean.
  • In November 2006, he toured the Netherlands, Singapore, Fiji, Suriname, and Australia with fellow singer Sunidhi Chauhan.
  • In April 2007, he toured Dubai and Oman with music director Jatin.
  • In July 2018, he toured North America, as "Shaan Love in Concert" with Live2U.
  • In October 2019, he toured North America with Live2U.

See also

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