Mithoon Sharma (conceived 11 January 1985) is an Indian film music arranger and singer. He is the child of Naresh Sharma who has scored mood melodies for more than 200 motion pictures. Portrayed by numerous as India's most withdrawn and multi-faceted music arranger, Mithoon is the man behind probably the most lilting and frequenting songs lately.
In 2013, Mithoon's super hit track, 'Tum Hi Ho' from the motion picture Aashiqui 2 set the graphs ablaze and broke all records and of course, won every one of the grants in every one of the classes it was assigned in. It won the;
Mithoon was naturally introduced to a group of artists. His granddad, Pandit Ram Prasad Sharma granted music information to a great many wannabes, a large portion of whom are amongst today's top artists. His dad, Naresh Sharma was a main music arranger having worked with all the top writers in more than 200 films and his uncle Pyarelal ji framed one portion of the unbelievable author couple Laxmikant-Pyarelal.
Mithoon started his profession as a writer in 2006 at the youthful age of 22 with the film 'Bas Ek Pal'. A tune in the motion picture 'Tere Bin' shot Pakistani singing sensation Atif Aslam into the spotlight.
Mithoon took after this up with another resonant score for 'Anwar'. Later motion pictures like 'The Train', 'Lamhaa', "3G" and so on took after and despite the fact that the motion pictures did not passage too well, the music was extremely generally welcomed.
Mithoon additionally scored music for a Malaysian motion picture called "Diva" where he worked together with Malaysian R&B artist, Ning Baizura.
He has been a visitor arranger on a large group of motion pictures including 'Homicide 2', 'Jism 2' and 'Yaariyan'.