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Shaan (born Shantanu Mukherjee on September 30, 1972), is an Indian playback singer.

Shaan was born into a Bengali family on 30th September 1972 . He is the son of the late music director Manas Mukherjee and brother of singer Sagarika. He is married to Radhika and has two sons, Soham and Shubh. He is the grandson of Jahar Mukherjee.

He started his singing career doing pop albums with his singer sister Sagarika. They produced songs like “Loveology”, which quickly caught on with the youth. He later decided to go solo and has since produced quite a few romantic albums, earning him a lot of popularity. He has now started lending his voice to mainstream Hindi films (Bollywood).
He now hosts the popular show Voice of India.

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Shaan was born into a Bengali family on 30th September 1972 . He is the son of the late music director Manas Mukherjee and brother of singer Sagarika. He is married to Radhika and has two sons, Soham and Shubh. He is the grandson of Jahar Mukherjee.

Career

As a child, Shaan began his career by singing ad jingles. After giving it up for a brief period, he soon returned to it, and also began to sing remixes and cover versions. In the 1989 movie Parinda, when he was only 15 years of age, Shaan sang a singular line in the song, Kitni Hai Pyari Pyari Dosti Hamari’.

His career began in 1995 with his first release, the remix album called Q-funk. In 2000 he won the MTV Asia Music Award for ‘best solo alubum’ for his album Tanha Dil. Three years later Shaan launched his album Aksar which was again hugely successful. The album contained songs featuring international stars such as Blue, Mel C and Samira Said.

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