Jeet Gannguli, the legendary singer and composer who gave us evergreen hits like “Music album of Sadak 2,” “Hamari Adhuri Kahani,” “Jitni Dafa,” “Muskurane,” “Aashiqui 2,” “Suno Na Sange Marmar,” “mRaaz,” “Khamoshiyan,” and “Sanam Re,” is a firm believer in the power music has over our lives.
Our thoughts, our happiness and sadness, the way we think and the way we dance, everything moves to the melodies and patterns of our lives’ soundtrack.
The great music composer and singer got his start in Mumbai, where he was born and raised. Since the beginning of his career, he has written and recorded music in both Hindi and Bengali.
He likes to entertain people with some of the best works of art, and his name is on many trophies, such as the Zee Cine Awards, Filmfare Awards, Mirchi Music Awards, Big Star Entertainment Awards, Global Indian Music Academy Awards, IIFA Awards, Filmfare Awards East, Mirchi Music Awards Bangla, Zee Bangla Gaurav Samman Award, Tele Cine Awards, TOIFA (Times Of Indian Film Awards), and many more.
He is also one of the respected people who have been given the title Bangabhushan by the WB government for his outstanding contributions to Bengali and Indian music.
Ganguli’s music speaks to people of all ages. Some of his oldest works are still popular and important even now. Not only does he play music from every genre, but his songs also help people with depression and anxiety. Music really does have the power to heal.
“The creative arts are good for health in general and mental health in particular because they make us feel good, give us meaning, make us think, and bring us together,” says Jeet, who has written many ads and jingles in Hindi.