Shail Hada, the famous voice behind the soulful renditions such as ‘ Saawariya Click to look into! >> Read More... ’, ‘Lahu Muh Lag Gaya’, ‘Tung Lak’ and numerous others is a small town boy who was born on April 11, 1975, in the ‘Rajasthani’ town of ‘Kota’. Shail, as well as his family, were serious about a career in music is a fact evident from the way his education progressed. His initial schooling happened at Kota itself at the St. Paul School, Mala Road which was followed by his B.A. and M.A. in Music from the ‘University of Kota’. Followed by this he did his ‘Sangeet Visharad’ from’ Gandharva Mahavidyalaya’ under the guidance of his Guru ‘Pt. Aaskaran Sharma’. Post his ‘Visharad’, he shifted to Mumbai and joined the Music Department at Mumbai University.

During his tenure there, he won six gold decorations at different national rivalries. Shail Hada’s first break was with ‘ Sanjay Leela Bhansali Born on 24th February 1963, Sanjay Leela Bhansali >> Read More... ’s’ ‘ Black Click to look into! >> Read More... ’ where he sang the background vocals. Since then he has been collaborating with ‘Bhansali’ in one form or other without exception in all the films that the latter has directed. His shot of fame was however because of the music in Bhansali’s movie ‘Saawariya’ which was nominated as the best musical album for the year 2007. In ‘Saawariya’ itself, Shail worked as the assistant to composer Monty Sharma Monty Sharma was born in India’s financial capital >> Read More... . Again, in ‘ Guzaarish Click to look into! >> Read More... ’, Shail filled in as the main aide music executive. He worked on the tracks ‘Udi’ and ‘Maza Saiba’ and also sang tracks with ‘KK’ and was the lead singer of ‘Udi’ along with ‘ Sunidhi Chauhan Sunidhi Chauhan, a very famous Indian playback sin >> Read More... ’. Shail went on to win Stardust award in the New Sensation Male category for the song ‘Tera Zikr’ from ‘Guzaarish’ in 2011.

Shail is a versatile personality and along with Hindi has also sung in ‘Tamil’ and ‘Telugu’. Shail says that his priorities were straight about contributing to the Music domain. Had he not been a singer, he would have become a composer. He maintains that Music is a domain in which you learn from both the experienced as well as young and he makes sure that he himself gets to learn. He says that as much as he wants to share his experiences of the Musical stream, he remains equally interested in knowing about others’ experiences too. As is with every musician, discipline and riyaaz form an integral part of his life too. He says that the habits have become so imbibed that he gets up and practices as well as maintains the adequate lifestyle as if he was breathing. According to him, the best time to do the riyaaz is at 4:30 a.m. but his advice to the budding artists is that the riyaaz should be done all throughout the day. Learning and singing is a continuous process and the more is the continuity the better the result.

Kutle Khan Hindi Actor

Kutle Khan

Born in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, Kutle Khan is a playback vocalist, who has worked mostly in Tamil cinema. He comes from the Manganiyarfamily of musicians. He is master of instrument Khartal. At 8 years old, he started playing as many acoustics as he can. Kutle learned to play instruments such as the parcel,dholak, sarong,khartal, harmonium, and bhapang. There is no percussion he can play. He additionally sings profound renditions, and furthermore composes and forms his tunes. Kutle has been performing since the year 2000. His initial experience performing music abroad was the point at which he was welcome to live for three months in Corsica, France. Aside from his numerous exhibitions dazzling his audience in India, he has since flown out to 53 nations, picking up fame and expanding Indian classical music to different parts of the world. Khan is the member of The Kutle Khan Project band with Kutle Khan as a vocalist, creative director, and multi-instrumentalist, Dayam khan playing instrument the Khartal,Champe Khan on the instrument harmonium and as vocal sarangi player,Roshan Khan with the dholak and table, LaxmiSapera as a Sufi artist and GafurKhan playing the Morchangand Bhapang. Khan is likewise a vital member of the Rajasthan Roots, a prevalent band of aggregate folk artists from Rajasthan who make contemporary and folk music. He additionally tours with a UK-Tamil musician name Susheela Raman, whose excellent voice, visionary melodic landscape and appealing stage presence have captivated a great many audience members in Europe, India and beyond. Also, he performs with TrithaElectic, Papon, and midivalpunditz. Kutle has performed on different stages over the world; His music is as enchanting as it is musically mind-boggling. He exemplifies the rich melodic and complex rhythmic conventions of Rajasthani regional music, and his performances educated by his comprehension of Western melodic and contemporary Indian traditions. He has also performed with KailashKher. In 2010, he was seen in the documentary movie Gypsy Spirit by director Klaus Hundsbichler. The Kutle Khan Project has visited Europe and came back to India one month later. Then, they went across the country for the following couple of months. Notwithstanding his 'Twilight' track that highlighted the Delhi-based electronic pair, KutleKhani invited by the Dublin-based name BalconyTV, a leading every day online viral music show that highlights groups, performers and other variety act in the balconies over the world.