Shābāsh is a term used in the Indian subcontinent to signal commendation for an achievement, similar in meaning to bravo and kudos. It may also refer to:
- Shabash, a software company
- Shabash Bangladesh, a sculpture commemorating the fighters of the Bangladesh Liberation War
- Shabaash India, a reality show on Zee TV
- Shabash Daddy, a 1979 Bollywood film directed by Kishore Kumar
- Shabash Anarkali, a Hindustani play parodying of the historical Saleem-Anarkali romance
- Shabash Sharon, a 1986 pop music album produced by Anand-Milind
- " Shabash Pulish", a solo track on Nandigram, a 2007 Bengali album produced by Kabir Suman
- Shabash Khan, a town in Wardak Province, Afghanistan
- Shabash, a 1991 album by the Russian band Alisa
Shabash is a live album by the Russian rock band Alisa. It was released on 25 April 1991. The album was recorded at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on 28 October 1990. The concerts were part of the Shabash Tour, which ran between 1989 and 1993.
Shabash was dedicated to Alisa bandleader Konstantin Kinchev's friend Alexander Bashlachev, who had died three years before the album release, and the title is taken from the last syllable of his nickname and the first of his surname (Sasha Bashlachev).
The album is the first double live album in the history of Russian rock music. In 1996, Kinchev stated that Shabash was the band's best album.
The songs performed at the concert were written between 1986 and 1990.