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Sonu Nigam - Sad Songs
CAST: Sonu Nigam






Sonu Nigam - Sad Songs
CAST: Sonu Nigam




Sonu Nigam (born 30 July 1973 in Faridabad, Haryana, India)[1] is an Indian singer whose songs have been featured in numerous Hindi and Kannada movies, as well as films in Tamil, Assamese, Punjabi, Bengali, Marathi and Telugu. He has also released numerous Indi-pop albums and acted in a few Hindi movies. He had changed the spelling of his last name from 'Nigam' to 'Niigaam' in accordance with numerology, but later returned to the original spelling 'Nigam'.[2]
Contents [hide]
1 Career
1.1 Early years and playback singing
1.2 Pop albums and concerts
1.3 Radio and acting
1.4 Television
1.5 Future projects
1.6 In Kannada
1.7 Dubbing career
1.7.1 Dubbing Roles
1.7.1.1 Animated Films
2 Personal life and voluntary work
3 Awards and nominations
4 Discography
5 Filmography
6 References
7 External links
[edit]Career

[edit]Early years and playback singing
Sonu Nigam began his singing career at the age of three, when he joined his father on stage to sing Mohammed Rafi's "Kya Hua Tera Vaada, Wo Kasam Wo Irada". From then on Sonu accompanied his father on his singing appearances at weddings and parties. In his teenage years he successfully participated in several music competitions. He moved to Mumbai with his father to begin his Bollywood singing career at the age of 19.[3]
His initial years in Mumbai proved to be a struggle, beginning by singing covers of Mohammed Rafi songs, mainly for a number of Rafi Ki Yaadein albums released by T-Series. T-Series promoter Gulshan Kumar played a key role in identifying Nigam's talent by giving him a chance to reach a larger audience. These albums contributed to T-Series for some years although Nigam's singing style was regarded by some to be like that of a "Rafi clone". Nigam's first movie song as a playback singer was Janam (1990), which was never officially released. He also got a break in radio commercials until he appeared on the popular TV show Sa Re Ga Ma, after which there was no turning back. He was trained by classical singer Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan.
Nigam started hosting Sa Re Ga Ma in 1995 with the first episode airing on 1 May 1995. The television singing talent competition soon became one of the most popular shows on Indian television. Soon after, he sang "Accha Sila Diya" on the album Bewafa Sanam (1995), which was very successful.[3] Singing offers started pouring in thereafter, albeit slowly at first. He rose to fame with the Anu Malik-composed song "Sandese Aate Hain," in Border in 1997. Sonu's Album "Deewana" with released with T-Series in 1999, identified his talent of singing romantic songs and remains one of the most successful albums ever. Sonu's image as a 'Rafi clone' changed after his rendition of the Nadeem-Shravan-composed song "Yeh Dil Deewana" in Pardes in the same year. Since then, he has created a unique style and has become a role model for emerging vocal talent in India.[3]
Over the years, Nigam has become a major force in the Indian music industry. He has provided playback singing for a large number of Hindi movies and won many awards. His rendition of the title song of the film Kal Ho Naa Ho has been very popular. He is recognized for his singing of romantic, rock, sad, and patriotic songs. Nigam has sung songs in many languages besides Hindi, including Kannada, Bengali, Oriya, Punjabi], Tamil, |Telugu, English, Bhojpuri, Urdu, Nepali, Chhattisgarhi, Malayalam and Marathi.[3]




Pop albums and concerts
Sonu has released a number of pop albums, in Hindi, Punjabi and Kannada. The most recent addition to his Hindi releases is Classically Mild, a semi-classical album.[4] He has also released Hindu and Islamic devotional albums, as well as albums of Mohammed Rafi's songs. These are from the Rafi Ki Yaadein collection in his early years, which have been re-released in September 2007 as a six-disc collection of 100 songs, titled Kal Aaj Aur Kal, in Mohammed Rafi's memory.[5] In 2008, soon after releasing Classically Mild, he released a single Punjabi track called "Punjabi Please"[6] and Rafi Resurrected, a two-disc collection of Mohammed Rafi songs with music by the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. He has contributed to the lyrics of several of his album songs and directed the music for his album Chanda Ki Doli. His last album was Neene Bari Neene in Kannada.
After the death of Michael Jackson, of whom Sonu Nigam was considerably influenced (as is evident in his rendition of "Dil Deewana" in Pardes), Nigam released a tribute song to Jackson in collaboration with his fans on Facebook. The song made it to an 18-song global compilation of tribute songs CD The Beat of Our Hearts.[7]
Sonu Nigam has also collaborated with Britney Spears on a remix of her "I Wanna Go" track.[8]
Over the years, Nigam has given concert performances in many countries, including the United States, Canada, the UK, France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Russia, Afghanistan, the UAE, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, West Indies, Suriname, Mauritius, Nigeria and South Africa. In May/June 2007, he participated in a star-studded show in North America called "The Incredibles," in which Asha Bhosle, Kunal Ganjawala and Kailash Kher participated. In September and October of the same year, he gave solo concerts titled "Simply Sonu" in Canada and Germany (becoming the first Indian singer to perform in the latter country).[9] In April 2008, he did a marathon of concerts in cities in India, promoting his Punjabi single "Punjabi Please".[10]
In November 2007, at the inauguration of Harvard University's 28th president, Dr. Drew Gilpin Faust, Nigam sang Mahatma Gandhi's favorite bhajan, "Vaishnav Jan To Tene Kahiye", with the Harvard College Sangeet.[11]
In July 2008, he participated in a three-city tour of the United Kingdom, singing Mohammed Rafi songs with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra].[12] This followed the release of these songs by the CBSO and the Indian music company Sa Re Ga Ma in the album Rafi Resurrected.[13]
Amongst several other concerts, he notably participated in a US tour with Sunidhi Chauhan in 2009 called "The Explosion 2009" tour and in a UK tour titled "All Izz Well" in November 2010. He is now going to share stage in April 2012 with Atif Aslam at The O2 Arena, London in Flex FX Dhamaka[14] concert to promote love, peace & unity among India and Pakistan.
[edit]Radio and acting
In 2006, Sonu Nigam hosted his own radio show called Life Ki Dhun with Sonu Niigaam on Radiocity 91.1 FM, where he had the opportunity to interview music industry greats, including Lata Mangeshkar on the last aired episode.[15]
Nigam's acting career[16] started as a child artist in a number of films including 1983's Betaab. As an adult, he has acted in a few more films, namely Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani alongside Sunny Deol, Manisha Koirala and Akshay Kumar as well as other actors; Kash Aap Hamare Hote, where he plays the male lead opposite Juhi Babbar, daughter of Raj Babbar; and most recently, Love in Nepal with Flora Saini and Sweta Keswani, where he again plays a leading role. None of the films have done well at the box office, although his acting was much better appreciated in his last venture. He has not taken up acting since Love in Nepal, but has recently been said to be involved in another film as a lead actor. The film, called Ankhon Ankhon Mein, is about a blind singer.[17]
[edit]Television
Sonu Nigam was the host of Sa Re Ga Ma from 1 May 1995 to 1999. He was the first host.[18] He returned on Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs International as a judge with Suresh Wadkar in October 2007. Nigam was a celebrity judge on the Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Mega Challenge grand finale on 12 December, 2009 which marked the 1000th episode.
He hosted the TV show Kisme Kitna Hai Dum on Star Plus in 2002.
Nigam appeared as the judge for Indian Idol in season 1 (October 2004–March 2005) and season 2 (November 2005–April 2006). He was a celebrity judge in season 3 (17 August 2007) and season 4 (16 January 2009 and 6 February 2009).
He also appeared as a celebrity judge on Amul STAR Voice of India in August 2007 (Season 1) and in December 2008 (Season 2) and on the grand finale of music reality show Jo Jeeta Wohi Super Star on 12 July 12, 2008.
Nigam was a judge/mentor on Chhote Ustaad - Do Deshon Ki Ek Awaaz (July 2010–October 2010) with Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
Nigam lend his voice for the lead character, Aladdin in the Hindi translated version of Aladdin animated movie.[19]
He was a judge/mentor on the first season of X Factor (India) (May 29, 2011 – September 2, 2011) along with Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Shreya Ghoshal.[18]




Future projects
Nigam is working on an English album called Spirit Unfolding.[20]
He is working on a project called Time Travel, wherein his voice will be aligned with recordings of other singers in Hindi songs.[21]
[edit]In Kannada
Sonu Nigam’s first Kannada song was in the year 1996 from the film Jeevanadi starring Kannada Super Star Dr. Vishnuvardhan and the song was ‘Ello Yaro Hego’ composed by Music director Koti and written by Kannada’s very popular lyricist R.N.Jayagopal.[22] Sonu Nigam has sung almost 600 Kannada songs until date [23] and has also won filmfares, Kannada television awards etc for his Kannada blockbuster songs. Though he sang hit songs initially like ‘Cheluve Yeke Bande’ from the film Majnu composed by Gurukiran,[24] ‘Usire Usire’ from Huccha composed by Rajesh Ramnath,[25] Title track from the film Monalisa composed by Valisa Sandeep,[26] Hamsave Hamsave from the film Gatti mela composed by Hamsalekha,[27] Kannale Kannale from the film Aham Premasmi composed by V.Ravichandran,[28] Baaninda Baa Chandira from the movie Kanti composed by Gurukiran,[29] it was in 2006 blockbuster film Mungaru Male that created a sensation and several records, mainly in Karnataka [30][31][32] that Sonu Nigam shot to fame. The songs not only created records of highest sales and downloads, but the film too set a national record on December 29, 2007 of having completed 1 whole year at the PVR Cinemas Bengaluru. This was the first time in the history of any multiplexes in the national level that an India language film has had a one whole year run at the box office where films keep changing every week.[33][34][35] The songs Mungaru Maleye and Anisuthide were composed by Mano Murthy and written by Yogaraj Bhat and Jayant Kaikini respectively. He never looked back from then. Sonu Nigam became a sensation in the South and is called the Golden Singer of Karnataka and he himself says that he finds Kannada songs more fulfilling than the Hindi numbers.[36][37][38] Sonu Nigam, in a recent interview to the Deccan Herald news paper has said ‘Kannada songs make me feel positive’.[39]
After that, his blockbuster hits like Kanaso Idu, Ade Bhoomi Ade Baanu, Ee Sanje Yaakaagide, Ninna Gungalle, Maayavi Maayavi, Gelathi Neeniruvaaga, Ello Maleyaagide, Ninnindale Ninnindale, Male Ninthu Hoda Mele, Aaramagi Idde naanu, Maayavaagide manassu, Maathinalli helalaarenu, Odi Bandenu, Ninnanne Nodutha, Athi Aparoopa, Udisuve Belakina Seereya, Nooraru Preethi Maathu, Janumada Jodi, Minchaagi Neenu, Jeeva Kaleva, Onde Samane, Neeralli Sanna, Eradu Jadeyannu, Hethavalalla Avalu, Yaava Seemeya, Ellavannu Heluvaase, Nudisale, Nodutha Nodutha, Nee Sanihake Bandare, Yeno Helabeku, Maleyali Jotheyali, Paravasha, Maanasa Gange, Gup Chup, Modada Olage, Aaakasha Neene, Dil Khush, Kan Kanna Salige, Maathu Nannolu, Neenendare Nannolage, Neenendare Nanage Ishta, Ille Ille Ello, Ninna Kannallide, Summane Yaake Bande, Hrudayave Bayaside Ninnane, Ee Sanje Mabbu Raathri, Ee Janmavu, Ninna Nodalentho, Enaagali Munde, Putta Putta Kai, Munduduva, Kannaliddare Kanassu, Gaaliye Nodu Baa, Ninninda Haaganthe, Bhoomi Suthodu, Onde Samane Mididide Ee Manassu, Hrudayavu Ninnade, Maleya Haniyalli, Ommomme Yaako, Preethiyali Haaduve Ninagoskara, Ondooral Oblu Cheluve, Kaddu Nodala, Mathe Mathe Ninna, Enaaytho Adeneyatho, Sanju Mathu Geetha, Jotheyalli Nee Baaro, O Gunavantha, Baa Maleye Baa, Dhim Dhim, Nijaana Naanenaa, Koncha Hunnime, chalisuvaa cheluve, Ee Bisilali, Midiva Ninna Hrudayadalli, Onde Ninna Nota Saaku and many more have struck the chord with the audience in such a way that he has a very huge fan following in Karnataka.[40][41][42]
And with the same record breaking Mungaru Male combination, Music Director Mano Murthy, lyricist Jayant Kaikini and Sonu Nigam got together with the Kannada album Neene Bari Neene produced by Ashok Kheny. All songs from the album were big hits. Especially the two songs Neene Bari Neene and Baa Nodu Gelathi that were shot in the outskerts of Bengaluru featuring Sonunigam and Model Madhuri Bhattacharya in the lead.[43][44] Sonu Nigam also composed a theme song for the Karnataka Bulldozer's team in the Celebrity Cricket League. The song was sung by Sonu Nigam himself, Kunal Ganjawala and Sowmya Raoh, who also penned the lyrics.[45]
[edit]Dubbing career
Sonu Nigam is also in the Dubbing Industry on where he voices certain roles in Hindi from foreign films, especially Hollywood films.
[edit]Dubbing Roles
[edit]Animated Films
Film title Original Voice Character Dub Language Original Language Original Year Release Dub Year Release
Disney's Aladdin [46] Scott Weinger
Brad Caleb Kane (Singing) Aladdin Hindi English 1992 2005
Rio Jesse Eisenberg Blu Hindi English 2011 2011
[edit]Personal life and voluntary work



Sonu Nigam during a Peace Rally in Mumbai on 20th November 2011
Sonu Nigam comes from a merchant family. Born to Agam Kumar Nigam and Shobha Nigam on 30 July 1973 in Faridabad, Haryana, India, he attended the J.D. Tytler School. He has two sisters, Meenal and Neekita. In the last few years his father has released several hit albums including "Bewafaai" and "Phir Bewafaai" and, more recently, "Bewafaai ka Aalam". Neekita is also an upcoming singer and has several songs and awards to her name, both in Hindi and Kannada. Sonu married Madhurima on 15 February 2002.[47] They have a son, Nevaan, born in 2007.[48] Nevaan is also very interested in music and has recently recorded a song with Lata Mangeshkar.
Sonu Nigam practices fitness and yoga exercises, and has trained in Taekwondo.[1] He claims to be spiritual rather than religious.[49]
Nigam has done work for various charities in India as well as abroad for Dignity Foundation, various cancer organizations, leprosy organizations, blindness organizations, women's welfare organizations, kargil war affected families, earthquake affected families. He also sponsors a child from the organization “Crayon”.[1] He has made various appearances in the cause of HIV / AIDS and also has a song titled "Papa I'm sorry" relating to this. He has also released several songs and made several contributions to the cause of peace between India and Pakistan.
















Awards and nominations

Following are the awards and nominations for Sonu Nigam[50]
National Film Awards
2004 - Won - National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer - "Kal Ho Naa Ho" - Kal Ho Naa Ho
Filmfare Awards
1997 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Sandese Aate Hain" - Border (with Roop Kumar Rathod)
1999 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Ishq Bina" - Taal
2000 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Tu Fiza Hain" - Fiza
2000 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Panchhi Nadiyaan" - Refugee
2001 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Suraj Hua Maddham" - Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...
2002 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Saathiya" - Saathiya
2003 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Kal Ho Naa Ho" - Kal Ho Naa Ho
2004 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Do Pal" - Veer-Zaara
2004 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Main Hoon Na" - Main Hoon Na
2004 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Tumse Milke Dil Ka" - Main Hoon Na
2005 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Dheere Jalna" - Paheli
2005 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Piyu Bole" - Parineeta
2006 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna" - Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
2007 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Main Agar Kahoon" - Om Shanti Om
2008 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Inn Lamhon Ke" - Jodhaa Akbar
2009 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Shukran Allah" - Kurbaan (with Salim Merchant)
Filmfare Awards South
2007 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer (Kannada) - "Ninnindale Ninnindale" - Milana
2008 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer (Kannada) - "Eenagali Mundhe Saagu" - Mussanjemaatu [51]
2008 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer (Kannada) - "Mayavagide Manasu" - Haage Summane
2010 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer (Kannada) - "Hrudayave" - Krishnan Love Story
Screen Awards
1998 - Won - Best Male Pop Artist
2000 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Panchhi Nadiyaan" - Refugee
2001 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Tanhayee" - Dil Chahta Hai
2001 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Is Pyaar Ko Main Kya Naam Doon" - Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai
2003 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Kal Ho Naa Ho" - Kal Ho Naa Ho
2004 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Tumse Milke Dil Ka" - Main Hoon Na
2005 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Dheere Jalna" - Paheli
2006 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Baawri Piya Ki" - Babul
International Indian Film Academy Awards
2000 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Panchhi Nadiyaan" - Refugee
2001 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Suraj Hua Maddham" - Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...
2001 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "You Are My Soniya" - Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...
2002 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Saathiya" - Saathiya
2003 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Kal Ho Naa Ho" - Kal Ho Naa Ho
2004 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Main Hoon Na" - Main Hoon Na
2005 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Piyu Bole" - Parineeta
2006 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna" - Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
2009 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "All Izz Well" - 3 Idiots
Zee Cine Awards
1997 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Sandese Aate Hain" - Border †
2001 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer – Male - "Suraj Hua Maddham" - Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...
2001 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Tanhayee" - Dil Chahta Hai
2002 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Saathiya" - Saathiya
2003 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Kal Ho Naa Ho" - Kal Ho Naa Ho
2004 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Main Hoon Na" - Main Hoon Na
2005 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Piyu Bole" - Parineeta
2005 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Dheere Jalna" - Paheli
2006 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna" - Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
2007 - Nominated - Best Male Playback Singer - "Main Agar Kahoon" - Om Shanti Om
MTV Immies
2002 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Saathiya" - Saathiya
2003 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Main Hoon Na" - Main Hoon Na
2004 - Won - Best Pop Album - Chanda Ki Doli
MTV Style Awards
2003 - Style Icon 2003
2005 - Style Icon 2005
Anandalok Awards
2004 - Best Male Playback Singer - Bandhan[52]
2005 - Best Pop Album - Chanda Ki Doli
Annual Central European Bollywood Awards
2007 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Main Agar Kahoon" - Om Shanti Om
2008 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Inn Lamhon Ke Daaman Me" - Jodhaa Akbar
2009 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Shukran Allah" - Kurbaan
Lions Gold Award
2005 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Main Hoon Na" - Main Hoon Na
2008 - Won - Best Male Playback Singer - "Inn Lamhon Ke Daaman Me" - Jodhaa Akbar
Indian Television Academy Award
2005 - Best Male Singer - Miliee
2008 - Best Male Singer - Amber Dhara
2009 - Best Male Singer - Dill Mill Gayye
Other Awards
1997 - Ashirwad Award for Best Male Playback Singer - "Sandese Aate Hain" - Border
1997 - Sansui Viewers' Choice Award for Best Male Singer - "Sandese Aate Hain" - Border
2003 - Apsara Film Producers' Guild Award for Best Male Playback Singer - "Kal Ho Naa Ho" - Kal Ho Naa Ho
2005 - Swaralaya Yesudas Award, for his outstanding performance in Music
2005 - Teachers' Achievement Award
2006 - Nominated - Global Indian Film Awards - Best Male Playback Singer - "Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna" - Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
2010 - GIMA (Global Indian Music Award) for Best Live Performer (Male)[53]
2011 - GIMA (Global Indian Music Award) MTV MUSIC YOUTH ICON
[edit]Discography

Main article: Sonu Nigam discography
[edit]Filmography

Nigam has acted in various films.
Film Title Character Year
Pyaara Dushman Tika Singh 1980
Kaamchor Sonu (Rakesh Roshan's nephew) 1982
Ustaadi Ustaad Se Raju (Young Mithun Chakraborty) 1982
Betaab Sunny (Young Sunny Deol) 1983
Hum Se Hai Zamana Shiva (Young Mithun Chakraborty) 1983
Taqdeer Shiva (Young Shatrughan Sinha) 1983
Krishna Krishna Sudhama 1986
Jaani Dushman: Ek Anokhi Kahani Vivek Saxena 2002
Kash Aap Hamare Hote Jai Kumar 2003
Love in Nepal Abby 2004
Navra Maajha Navsacha Guest appearance as himself in a song sequence 2005


















































































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