Nadeem–Shravan (sometimes credited as Nadeem Shravan) are a music director duo in the Bollywood film industry of India. The duo derives its name from the first names of its two principals, Nadeem Saifi and Shravan Rathod.
Nadeem–Shravan were among the most successful music directors of the 1990s until the early 2000s. They have the strong reliance of Hindustani music in their compositions and were the only composers during the 1990s and 2000s who relied heavily on three particular instruments: the bansuri, the sitar and the shehnai in almost all of their songs. By using these instruments in a modern way without disconnecting them from their original value, their contribution is unique compared to some rising music directors evolving a new music style beginning in the mid-1990s. Their most commonly featured singers are Kumar Sanu, Udit Narayan, Abhijeet, Anuradha Paudwal, Alka Yagnik, Babul Supriyo and other Hindi playback singers like SP Balasubramanyam, Pankaj Udhas, Shailendra Singh, Shabbir Kumar, Nitin Mukesh, Hariharan, Sonu Nigam, Vinod Rathod, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Sadhana Sargam, Manhar Udhas, Suresh Wadkar, Mohammad Aziz, Roop Kumar Rathod, Sudesh Bhosle, Bali Brahmbhatt, Shaan, Jolly Mukherjee, Jaspinder Narula, Sapna Mukherjee, Gurdas Maan, Tauseef Akhtar, Anwar, Vipin Sachdeva, Debashish Dasgupta, Babla Maheta, Mukul Agarwal and many others have sung under their baton. Veteran singer Mohd. Rafi also sang for them in their film Dangal. Evergreen singers Lata Mangeshkar & Asha Bhonsle also sang in few albums for the duo.
They composed soundtracks for many films, including Aashiqui (1990), Saajan (1991), Deewana (1992), Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993), Dilwale (1994), Raja (1995), Barsaat (1995), Agni Sakshi (1996), Jeet (1996), Raja Hindustani (1996), Pardes (1997), Sirf Tum (1999), Dhadkan (2000), Kasoor (2001), Hum Ho Gaye Aapke (2001), Raaz (2002), Dil Hai Tumhaara (2002), Dil Ka Rishta (2003), Andaaz (2003), Tumsa Nahi Dekha (2004), Bewafaa (2005) and many others. Their music for Raaz was even appreciated by Sir Paul McCartney.