When we say that Uddipan Sharma actually started learning music at an early age, what age comes to mind? 15, 16, or 18?

Composing A Story With Uddipan Sharma

Composing something is exceptionally difficult, because creating a story or song is another thing, but putting that song or story in such a way that it starts rhyming and is loved by the audience is the most challenging part. 

Today in this post we are going to talk about one such person who is doing this challenging work so effortlessly that he makes music composition look easier. 

We are going to talk about Uddipan Sharma from Jorhat Assam. 

Let’s precisely know about his story in the coming sections. 

Starting It Early

When we say that Uddipan Sharma actually started learning music at an early age, what age comes to mind? 15, 16, or 18? 

Well let us tell you that Uddipan Sharma got into the music field when he was 7 years old, in that early stage he started learning classical music, not just that Uddipan also started practicing and performing in small shows & functions in Assam. 

This helped him alot in gaining confidence in his singing. Although Uddipan is a computer engineer from Punjab Technical University, but to pursue his passion towards music he shifted to Mumbai in 2011 where he studied sound engineering and later joined Meet Bros as their assistant. 

Music Composition Experience

Uddipan Sharma was able to work on a number of songs with them such as Baby doll, chittiyan kalaiyan. Mai tera boyfriend, dil galti and many more while working as an assistant for Meet Bros.

Uddipan was also nominated for the mirchi music award as the best engineer for the song baby doll along with Eric Pillai. 

Uddipan started his individual career as a music director in 2020 and the debut song by him was “Dil na todunga” released by Blive Music. This debut song by Uddipan Sharma got 25 million views + on Youtube, not just that it got extreme reactions as it got viral on Instagram reels. 

Uddipan Sharma’s latest release is “Tera hi rahoon” which is also popular amongst the audience. And the best part of this song is, it has an Assamese twist which is loved by the audience.