Shaan Rahman

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Shaan Rahman
Birth nameShaan Rahman
Born (1979-12-30) 30 December 1979 (age 39)[1]
Thalassery, Kerala, India
Occupation(s)Music director
InstrumentsKeyboard
Years active2006present

Shaan Rahman (born 30 December 1979) is an Indian music composer and singer, best known for his compositions in Malayalam cinema, with films such as Malarvaadi Arts Club (2010), Thattathin Marayathu (2012), Thira (2013), Om Shanthi Oshaana (2014), Ormayundo Ee Mukham (2014), Aadu (2015),Oru Vadakkan Selfie (2015) Adi Kapyare Kootamani (2015), Vettah (2016), Jacobinte Swargarajyam (2016), Annmariya Kalippilaanu (2016), Godha (2017), and Velipadinte Pusthakam (2017). His song "Jimikki Kammal" in the film Velipadinte Pusthakam got accepted nationwide with so many alternative versions of it being released online.[2]

Shaan made his debut as a music director in the 2009 film Ee Pattanathil Bhootham directed by Johny Antony. He got the chance to work in Ee Pattanathil Bhootham after the wide acceptance and popularity of his 2008 music album Coffee at MG Road which he did along with his friend, singer, and director Vineeth Srinivasan. Vineeth Srinivasan invited him to work in his directorial debut film Malarvaadi Arts Club (2010).[3]

Shaan's third film as music director was Thattathin Marayathu (2012), directed by Vineeth Srinivasan. Thattathin Marayathu's music was positively received by the public[4][5][6] and composer M. Jayachandran went on to state that "Muthuchippi Poloru" was his favourite song of the year.[2] In 2014, he made his Telugu debut with Saheba Subramanyam which is the remake of Thattathin Marayathu.[7]

Personal life[edit]

Shaan's father works for Union Cement Company (UCC) while his mother remains a housewife. He has a younger sister Sherry and a brother Shaheer. Sherry is a doctor by profession and is married to Dr. Khalid. Shaheer is studying B.A. Visual Effects at ICAT. Shaan got married to Zaira on 11 October 2009. They have a son Rayan.[1]

Playback singer[edit]

Shaan Rahmaan is also a singer and has sung songs for music director Deepak Dev in films like Urumi, Teja Bhai & Family'.[8]

More songs will updated soon.

Year Film Songs Music Director Language Notes
2011 Urumi (film) Vadakku Vadakku -Friendship Remix Deepak Dev Malayalam "Duet with Guru Kiran"
Teja Bhai & Family Pranaya Nilaa, Pranaya Nilaa (Remix) Deepak Dev Malayalam
2012 Idiots (film) Chick Chick Nandhu Kartha Malayalam Co-singer with Jassie Gift and Bijibal
Padmasree Bharat Dr. Saroj Kumar Iniyoru Chalanam Deepak Dev Malayalam Co-singer with Vineeth Sreenivasan
2013 Philips and the Monkey Pen It's Just Another Day Rahul Subrahmaniam Malayalam

Albums[edit]

  • Coffee at MG Road (2008)

Television[edit]

No. Year Show Channel Notes
1 2013 Pathinalam Ravu - Season 2 MediaOne TV Judge
2 2017 Pathinalam Ravu - Season 5 MediaOne TV Judge
1 2018 Super4 Mazhavil Manorama Judge
1 2019 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Keralam Zee Keralam Judge

Discography[edit]

The following table lists Shaan Rahman's soundtracks albums.

No. Year Film Director Language Notes
1 2009 Ee Pattanathil Bhootham Johny Antony Malayalam Debut movie
2 2010 Malarvaadi Arts Club Vineeth Sreenivasan Malayalam
3 2011 The Metro Bipin Prabhakar Malayalam
4 2012 Thattathin Marayathu Vineeth Sreenivasan Malayalam Best Music Director SIIMA 2013
5 2013 Nam Duniya Nam Style Preetham Gubbi Kannada Kannada Debut
6 Kutteem Kolum Guiness Pakru Malayalam
7 Hotel California Aji John Malayalam
8 Thira Vineeth Sreenivasan Malayalam
9 2014 Om Shanti Oshana Jude Anthany Joseph Malayalam
10 Praise The Lord Shibu Gangadharan Malayalam
11 Saheba Subramanyam Sasikiran Narayana Telugu Debut Telugu movie.

Remake of Thattathin Marayathu

12 Ormayundo Ee Mukham Anwar Sadiq Malayalam
13 2015 Aadu Oru Bheegara Jeevi Aanu Midhun Manuel Thomas Malayalam
14 Mili Rajesh Pillai Malayalam Single "Manpaatha"
15 Oru Vadakkan Selfie G Prajith Malayalam
16 Adi Kapyare Kootamani John Varghese Malayalam
17 2016 Vettah Rajesh Pillai Malayalam
18 Jacobinte Swargarajyam Vineeth Sreenivasan Malayalam
19 Ann Maria Kalippilaanu Midhun Manuel Thomas Malayalam
20 Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho Sidhartha Siva Malayalam
21 Oru Muthassi Gadha Jude Anthany Joseph Malayalam
22 Gemini P. K. Baaburaaj Malayalam
23 2017 Take Off Mahesh Narayanan Malayalam Along with Gopi Sundar
24 Godha Basil Joseph Malayalam
25 Puthan Panam Ranjith Malayalam
26 Meeda Meeda Abbayi G. Prajith Telugu Remake of Oru Vadakkan Selfie
27 Velipadinte Pusthakam Lal Jose Malayalam
28 Goodalochana Thomas K Sebastian Malayalam Single "Ee Angaadi Kavalayil"
29 Prematho Mee Karthik Rishi Raj, Rishi Telugu
30 Aana Alaralodalaral Dileep Menon Malayalam
31 Aadu 2 Midhun Manuel Thomas Malayalam
32 2018 Rachayitha Vidya Sagar Raju Telugu
33 My Story Roshni Dinaker Malayalam
34 Chanakya Thantram Kannan Thamarakkulam Malayalam
35 Aravindante Athidhikal M. Mohanan Malayalam
36 Johny Johny Yes Appa Marthandan Malayalam
37 Njan Prakashan Sathyan Anthikad Malayalam
38 2019 Allu Ramendran Bilahari Malayalam
39 9 (2019 film) Jenuse Mohamed Malayalam
40 Oru Adaar Love Omar Lulu Malayalam
41 Sachin Santhosh Nair Malayalam Post Production
42 Love Action Drama Dhyan Sreenivasan Malayalam Post Production
43 Pranaya Meenukalude Kadal Kamal (director) Malayalam Filming
44 Sathyam Paranjaal Viswasikkumo G. Prajith Malayalam Filming
45 Adinasham Vellappokkam John Varghese Malayalam Announced
46 Turbo Peter Midhun Manuel Thomas Malayalam Announced
47 2403 ft Jude Anthany Joseph Malayalam Announced

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 21 February 2014. Retrieved 8 February 2014.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ a b Anima, P. "The music maker".
  3. ^ "'Thattathin Marayathu' Shaan RAHMAN ranked 21 among imbd Indian composers list(Malayalam)".
  4. ^ http://www.sify.com/movies/thattathin-marayathu-review-malayalam-15002496.html
  5. ^ "Thattathin Marayathu Movie Review, Trailer, & Show timings at Times of India".
  6. ^ "Best Malayalam Songs 2012 – Pictures". 4 January 2013.
  7. ^ "Saheba Subramanyam audio launched — Times of India".
  8. ^ "Shaan Rahman and his Kolaveri success story! - Times of India".

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