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Adnan Sami

Adnan Sami Khan is a popular British-born South Asian Pakistani singer, musician, pianist, actor and composer. Born to an Indian muslim mother and a Pakistani father, his style merges Indian and Western styles and instrumentation and ranges from classical to jazz to modern pop-rock. He was awarded MTV's 2001 "Breakthrough Artist of the Year". Adnan's new albums are also a huge success these days.

songs by Adnan Sami:

Dil Dhakda Hai - U Me Aur Hum

Taare Zameen par - Mera Jahan

Jee Lee Jee Lee -u me aur hum

Babuji -Salaam-E-Ishq

Mera Jahaan...-Taare Zameen Par

Ghabarake Darr Darr Ke -Shaurya Your Ad Here

Mahalakshmi Iyer

Mahalakshmi Iyer is an Indian playback singer, best known for her Hindi and Tamil songs. She has sung over thousand songs in many Indian languages including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Assamese and Malayalam.

Mahalakshmi comes from a musical family. Her mother is a Carnatic classical singer. She made her singing debut with A R Rahman in Mani Ratnam's Dil Se (1998). She also recorded for the movie Dus, which was Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy's debut as music directors. Later, she went on to work frequently with them.

Since then she has sung over thousand songs in films, Serials jingles and original albums.[2] She was part of several successful soundtracks such as Mission Kashmir, Yaadein and Saathiya and worked with some of the biggest music composers like A R Rahman, Anu Malik, Jatin-Lalit and more.

She has also sung for all of the Yash Raj Productions' biggest hits like Dhoom 2, Bunty Aur Babli, Salaam Namaste and Fanaa and most recent successful albums like Ta Ra Rum Pum and Jhoom Barabar Jhoom.

During her career, she was appreciated for her performances in songs like Kabhi Sham Dhale from Sur: The Melody of Life (2002), Har Taraf from Rishtey (2002) and for hit songs like Chup Chup Ke from Bunty Aur Babli (2005), Aaj Ki Raat from Don (2006) and Bol Na Halke Halke from Jhoom Barabar Jhoom.

Today she is considered to be one of India's most popular playback singers, along with other singers like Sunidhi Chauhan and Shreya Ghoshal.

Songs BY Mahalakshmi Iyer:

Gup Chup Si Hai - One Two Three

Falak Tak-- Tashan

Dil Laga Na-Dhoom 2

Jo Gumshuda Aankhon Mein Hai Your Ad Here

Raghav Sachar

While most of us are learning to read & write at the age of four, Raghav Sachar started playing his first musical instrument. His father made an interesting deal with him – Raghav would be gifted one instrument every year. The catch? He couldn’t ask for any other gifts. Most four year olds would’ve thrown a tantrum. Raghav Sachar agreed.

At seven, he learnt the recorder (English Flute) and passed grades 5 & 6 of the Trinity College of Music exams with distinction. He started playing the drums at nine, and won Best Drummer in the All-India Junior segment. He began instrument multi-tasking – playing harmonica, the bongo and drums together. He was so good that the government chose him as their representative in Russia at a cultural exchange program.
What was probable at 4, became a certainty as time passed- Raghav Sachar was a young & phenomenally talented musician. Guitar playing in school, got him into a rock band - “Canzona”. They toured all over India and played at key places like the IIT institutions, BITS Pilani etc. His passion for music also led him into the Delhi Music Theatre for musicals like “Grease”.

Raghav went on to study Music & Composition at Monash University in Australia. He specialized in Jazz & toured South-East Asia with Monash. All of this while also playing in jingles with Shantanu Moitra and Daniel B George, and performing Live with Canzona and other bands. He continued to work on ad jingles for brands like Hutch, Airtel, Honda, Toyota & Maruti.

While still studying, Shantanu Moitra asked him to record with the unique Shubha Mudgal, where Mr. Atul Churamani of HMV spotted him and offered him his first album. Once Raghav finished his education, he shifted to Bombay and released his debut album "For The First Time" to critical acclaim. As the name suggests – it was the first time such a young artist fused Indian melodies and musical structure with predominantly western musical instruments. There was no stopping him after that.He was involved in every level of music making – from making his own home studio where he could record and mix his songs to composition, arrangement, programming, writing lyrics. And Singing.

A delight on stage, he has enthralled audiences all over the globe, collaborating with many prominent personalities in the field of music like Sivamani, Louis Banks, Niladri Kumar , Sunidhi Chauhan etc. From Singapore and Thailand to Germany, Russia and Madame Tussauds – Raghav Sachar has been continuously breaking the musical barriers and carving a niche for himself. He even played as a prominent musician on Bollywood films such as Dhoom 2, Partner, Hum Tum, Parineeta and other box-office hits. With his vast knowledge and exposure to both Indian and Western music, Raghav is truly a “World Musician”, with a very unique brand of composition.
At 26, he is India’s first multi-instrumental pop star. With a voice of pure 24-carat gold and playing more than 30 instruments, Raghav Sachar is now finally releasing his much-awaited 3rd album, titled “Play It Loud”.

Songs By Raghav:

Gup Chup Si Hai - One Two Three

One two three - One two three

Rock Mahi - One Two Three

Sunday - 2007 - Manzar

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