Vocalist writer Shaan’s earth shattering three very long term venture makes him a symbol today. Being a vital piece of molding India’s music scene during the 90s, Shaan today glances back at how from recording live in studios to now recording on iPhone, he’s seen everything. Artist Shaan made some extreme memories breaking the right vocals for “Chand Sifarish” in Fanaa (2006). That is on the grounds that everytime he attempted to record it, he would unknowingly wind up replicating Udit Narayan. “‘Chand Sifarish’ was my first tune for Aamir Khan. I don’t have a clue why I continued to sing it like Udit ji, perhaps in light of the fact that I’d generally heard his voice on Aamir. I needed to deliberately make an endeavor not to sing like him,” said Shaan. The artiste, who’s presently been a vital piece of India’s music industry for the beyond thirty years, has warbled almost 3000 tunes across dialects, with a portion of his most famous numbers being intended for Saif Ali Khan and Abhishek Bachchan. As per Shaan, his voice coordinates with a ton with Saif. Additionally, he’s happy he had the opportunity to record the remix of “Dus Bahane” for Baaghi 3 as well, which he initially sang for Bachchan.
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