Adnan Sami - The Man Par Excellence

Did the album 'Tera Chehra' released in 2002 appeal to you? Here is more about the man behind the album - Adnan Sami.

A prodigy in music, his tender fingers could play the piano like a professional when he was just 7. For those who didn't know, Adnan Sami is the fastest keyboard player in the world.

The man who always loved reinventing, gave a new approach to classical music. His 'Live in Karachi' along with Zakir Hussain made him known in the circles. Moving further, Adnan being a very talented pianist, singer, composer took is musical journey to new levels leaving no stone unturned in the plethora that 'Music' offers.  His stints with stalwarts like Asha Bhonsle laid his stepping stones in the Bollywood industry.

His "Bheegi Bheegi Raaton Mein", a song from the album 'Always Yours' captured many music-listening ears and turned out to be the best humming tune for 'those just out of love'. 'Kabhi Nahin' from the same album stole the limelight with Big B making an entry in the album too. Moreover, the album became a big hit as Sami had roped in the best Bollywood heroines for each of the song ranging from Rani Mukherjee to Mahima Chaudhry to Raveena Tandon.

The Musician went on to work on many albums after the hit in 2002. "Kabhi to Nazar Aao" and "Teri Kasam" were released in 2003 and 2004 respectively. This year, Adnan Sami in fact released an album titled 'Press Play' with over 11 tracks.

Although a very disastrous personal life (marriage failure), Sami turned out to be a hero for many after his tremendous weight loss. His 'exceptional' thin version called many directors' attention and thus acting offers to started pouring in for Sami. The singer although chose not to accept all the offers except for one directed by Bela Sehgal. The music director/composer has worked for over ten films including Chance Pe Dance released a couple of years back (2010). A talented man that he is, his exploration for music knows no bounds and one can even say that he has ventured into all the branches/scope that a single note (of a song) can offer.