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Mahadevan’s career as a music singer and composer is pushing two decades and one wonders where his boundless creative energy stems from.Born in Chembur, Mumbai, to a Tamil family from Palakkad, Kerala, Mahadevan was brought up to believe in the importance of both academics and the arts. And, let’s face it, who can say no to a glass of fine Scotch.According to Chitrangda Singh, “It’s a great feeling when someone appreciates your gift.If he got a call, he would not be able to take the assignment because he had to go to work.He was so passionate about music that it was obvious that he needed to change tracks. In October last year, the musician performed with musical greats like Zakir Hussain, Vinnie Colaiuta, Dave Holland, Sanjay Divecha and Louis Banks during a whirlwind ten-city US tour.On returning to India, he added another feather to his cap when he was asked to act in a Marathi film for which he was composing the score.
An important milestone was his 1998 release of Breathless, the album on which his unusual song of the same name won him praise as a solo singer.Music was already a huge part of his life when he graduated with a degree in computer science and software engineering from Mumbai’s Ramrao Adik Institute of Technology in 1988.But like most middle class youngsters of his generation, he took up a job that would ensure a secure paycheck.We both came from middle class families, and we were quite happy with whatever we had. I gave up my job soon after marriage when I got pregnant.When work started coming in, Shankar would be away for long hours, at the studio...” Mahadevan’s effortless modulation of his voice and its immense range took him places.