Sawan has scored music for Bollywood films such as Manu Rewal's Chai Pani Etc - the winner of special jury award at the International Independent Film Festival at Brusselsin 2008, Viacom 18's Mumbai Delhi Mumbai whose OST was released by T-Seriesin 2014 and SRK, a Warner Brosproduction, awaiting release.
Sawan's TV repertoire includes the first ever Indian adaptions of the iconic Who Wants To Be a Millionaire theme for Kaun Banega Crorepati and its Kerala counterpart, Ningalkkum Agaam Kodeeshwaran, the theme music for Family Time with Kapil Sharma,Mastermind (India), University Challenge, India's Child Genius, Tech Grandmasters, Spellbee, Bhanwar and others, across BBC, National Geographic, Fox HIstory, Sony, CNBC, Star World, Star Plus, ESPN, South Asia World, Doordarshan, & TV, Zee TV and other major TV channels.
Sawan's commercial and social ad soundtracks, jingles and anthems span leading global and Indian brands like KFC, UNICEF, Maruti, ONGC, Gillette, Pepsi, Mastercard, Samsung, Nestle, OCM, Airtel, Kelvinator, Weekender, Eveready, Ministry of Tourism and others.
Sawan's non film albums and singles are available on iTunes, Amazon and all leading digital stores worldwide, on India's leading record labels - Saregama India Ltd, Times Musicand Music Today. Albums produced by her feature international sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan, the works of the legendary poet Faiz Ahmed Faizand several upcomingindie artistes in a multi-city underground series. Her solo album Lady Chatterjee made it to the Limca Book of Recordsfor introducing India's first 3D animated video star.
Her unconventional and dramatic soundtrack for Dadi Pudumjee's "Transpositions" has won the Mahindra Best Soundtrack in Theatre award and critical acclaim acrossIndia, USA and Canada. On "Panchatatva"in New Delhi, she brilliantly combines the power of Daler Mehndi's shabad singing, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan's virtuoso sarod playing and Om Puri's dramatic narration for an intelligent artistic installation that now forms a permanent backdrop to India's capital , New Delhi.
The Leela Palace chain of five star hotels. has two exclusive soundscapes for their luxurious hotels in Delhi and Chennai. The soundscapes, produced by Sawan, features Amaan and Ayaan Ali Khanand various region specific artistesplaying classical ragas on instruments from the regions where the hotels are located, to bring alive the heritage of each city and give the guests an authentic ambient experience of their travel.