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|Born||30 December 1979|
Shaan Rahman (born 30 December 1979) is an Indian composer and singer, best known for his compositions in Malayalam cinema, with films such as Malarvaadi Arts Club (2010), Thattathin Marayathu (2014), Ormayundo Ee Mukham (2014), Aadu (2015),Oru Vadakkan Selfie (2015) Adi Kapyare Kootamani (2015), Vettah (2016), Jacobinte Swargarajyam (2016), Annmariya Kalippilaanu (2016), and the song Jimikki Kammal from the film Velipadinte Pusthakam (2017) got accepted nationwide with so many alternative versions of it being released online. 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).
Shaan's third film as music director was Thattathin Marayathu (2012), directed by Vineeth Srinivasan. Thattathin Marayathus music was positively received by the public and composer M. Jayachandran went on to state that "Muthuchippi Poloru" was his favourite song of the year. In 2014, he made his Telugu debut with Saheba Subramanyam which is the remake of Thattathin Marayathu.
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 married Zaira on 11 October 2009. They have a son Rayan.Shaan was born and bought up in Thalassery, Kannur district. Later he moved to Kozhikode with family.
|2011||Urumi||Vadakku Vadakku -Friendship Remix||Deepak Dev||Malayalam||"Duet with Guru Kiran"|
|Teja Bhai & Family||Pranaya Nilaa, Pranaya Nilaa (Remix)||Deepak Dev||Malayalam|
|2012||Idiots||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|
|2019||Love Action Drama||Ponvilakkaayi||Shaan Rahman||Malayalam|
|2019||Love Action Drama||Varavaayi||Shaan Rahman||Malayalam|
- Coffee at MG Road (2008)
|2013–2017||Pathinalam Ravu - Season 1 to 5||MediaOne TV||Judge|
|2018||Super 4||Mazhavil Manorama||Judge|
|2019-2020||Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Keralam||Zee Keralam||Judge|
|2020||Super 4 season 2||Mazhavil Manorama||Celebrity Judge|
|2021-Present||Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs||Zee Keralam||Judge|
|2021||Mrs.Hitler||Zee Keralam||Title song music|
The following table lists Shaan Rahman's soundtracks albums.
- 2012 : South Indian International Movie Award for Best Music Director for Thattathin Marayathu
- 2015 : South Indian International Movie Award for Most Streamed Song of the Year for "Kattu Mooliyo" Ohm Shanthi Oshaana
- 2018 : South Indian International Movie Award for Best Music Director for Velipadinte Pusthakam
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