26 Facts About Amit Trivedi


Amit Trivedi was born on 8 April 1979 and is an Indian music director, singer, film scorer, composer, music producer and lyricist who works primarily in Hindi films.


Amit Trivedi had a brief stint composing advertisement jingles, for brands such as McDonald's and Airtel.


Amit Trivedi arranged for many musicians including Amartya Rahut for a Marathi film Uttarayan in 2004.


Amit Trivedi dubbed the soundtrack the "baap of different genres".


Amit Trivedi sang five songs on the soundtrack, and wrote the lyrics for one.


Amit Trivedi shot to fame with the unusual music of Dev.


Amit Trivedi was conferred with both the R D Burman Award and the Best Background Score at the Filmfare Awards 2010, before receiving the National Film Award for Best Music Direction, the highest recognition for Indian composers.


Amit Trivedi wrote the score for Wake Up Sid and one of his compositions "Iktara" was included in the soundtrack.


In 2009 itself, Amit Trivedi was roped in by Anshu Sharma to compose the team anthem "Game for More" for Royal Challengers Bangalore, a team owned by liquor baron Vijay Mallya.


Between scoring for films, Amit Trivedi wrote the title track for the reality show Big Switch aired on UTV Bindaas.


Amit Trivedi provided the music and background score for the ensemble romantic comedy-drama Aisha, which had him providing vocals for two songs, "Suno Aisha" and "Sham".


Amit Trivedi was the composer of the official anthem for the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup, which was backed by lyricist Kausar Munir and sung by Sharvi Yadav and Anand Bhaskar.


Amit Trivedi has made TV appearances for various shows aired on MTV.


Amit Trivedi composed music for the 2018 film Kedarnath produced by RSVP Movies and Guy in The Sky Pictures.


Amit Trivedi shared stage along with the likes of Katy Perry, Dua Lipa, Ritviz and The Local Train at OnePlus Music Festival.


Amit Trivedi performed for the Bacardi NH7 Weekender which happened in Pune, Delhi, and Hyderabad.


Amit Trivedi performed at Chembur Gymkhana on 4 March 2017.


Amit Trivedi performed on 19 March 2017 at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar.


Amit Trivedi composed a nation song incorporating all his popular genres and celebrating unity through an amalgamation of folk music from different states of the nation at the Mirchi Music Awards held in 2017.


Amit Trivedi has performed in "Kashiyatra" IIT BHU Annual Fest on 21 January 2018; the very next day.


Amit Trivedi performed at K J Somaiya College of Engineering for their annual cultural festival Symphony on 7 February 2018, and his performance included the launch and first-ever live performance of Padman's title track 'Aaj Se Teri'.


Amit Trivedi performed in "Engifest", the Delhi Technological University Annual Fest on 16 February 2018.


Amit Trivedi performed in "Riviera" in VIT University on 17 February 2018.


Amit Trivedi performed at the Vibrance 2019 on 21 February.


Amit Trivedi performed recently at BITS Pilani for their cultural fest "Oasis" on 22 November 2022.


Amit Trivedi is currently managed by Tarsame Mittal Talent Management for his live shows.