Shankar Mahadevan is an Indian singer, composer and playback singer. He has won four national awards. And also Mahadevan is the founder of Shankar Mahadevan Academy, which provides online music lesson in Indian music for worldwide students. Check Shankar Mahadevan Wiki and Net income, Lifestyles, Family.
Early Life :
Shankar Mahadevan was born on 3rd March 1967 in Chembur, Mumbai to the Tamil family. he learned Hindustani classical and Carnatic music in childhood. and started learning veena at the age of 5. Shankar Mahadevan learned music from pandit Shrinivas Khale.
He completed his schooling from Our Lady of Perpetual Succor highschool in Chembur. And then he attended SIES college and completed his HSC. Later Mahadevan graduated from Ram Roa Adik Institute of Technology in Navi Mumbai in 1988. He has a computer science degree.
He has worked as a leading engineer. his married to Sangeeta Mahadevan. and they two children siddhearth Mahadevan and Shivam Mahadevan. Sidharth has made his debut in Bollywood in 2013 through Bhag Milkha Bhaag. while Shivam is also worked as a playback singer. And have sung songs in Dhoom 3 in 2013.
Shankar Mahadevan is fluent in Tamil, Malayalam, Marathi, Hindi, Telugu, Swahili and English.
After working for leading edge system Mahadevan ventured into music. mahadevan was noted for his first album breathless in 1998. the album title track was sung in one breath. later he started directing and composing Hindi films.
he received his first award as a playback singer for the Tamil movie. in which he collaborated with AR Rahman. and also won national award for movie Kandukondain Kandukondian.
Mahadevan has composed, direct and sung many songs for Bollywood and Tollywood. he has numerous collaboration with A R Rehmann and Anu Malik.
In 2012 he started his online music institute”Shankar Mahadevan Academy”. It provides Indian Music lesson to Students from all over the world.
- Bhopal Expres
- Dil Chahta Hain
- Vanity Fair
- Phir Milenge
- High School Musical 2( Hindi Version)
- London Dreams
- National Awards 4
- State Film Awards
- Filmfare Awards
- Asianet Film Awards
- Lata Mangeshkar Awards
- Kerala Film Critic Award
- MAA Music Award
- Annual Malayalam Music Award
- Filmfare South Award