Jeet Gannguli, ace composer and singer who is known for his chartbusters, ‘Music album of Sadak 2’, ‘Hamari Adhuri Kahani’, ‘Jitni Dafa’, ‘Muskurane’, ‘Aashiqui 2’, ‘Suno Na Sange Marmar’, ‘Raaz’, ‘Khamoshiyan’, ‘Sanam Re’ believes that music affects the way we live. Our thoughts, our joys and sorrows, the way we think and the way we dance; all of it moving to the unending melodies and patterns of the soundtrack of our lives.BY THE WAY, NOT MANY ARE AWARE OF THE FACT THAT JEETU WAS A PARTNER TO PREETAM WHEN THEY MADE THEIR DEBUT AS MUSIC DIRECTORS TWO DECADES AGO
A true blue Mumbaikar at heart, the ace music composer and singer started his career in Mumbai. From the beginning of his career he has been composing and recording music in both Hindi and Bengali languages with his base being Mumbai.
Holding a penchant to entertain the audience with some of the finest pieces of artwork, he has carved his name on multiple trophies like – 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 has also been one of the respected recipient of Bangabhushan, a title conferred by WB govt to acknowledge his outstanding contribution in bengali and Indian music.
His music connects to music lovers across ages. Some of his oldest compositions are relevant and favourite even today. Not only does he cater to every genre, his songs serve as a therapy to those battling depression and anxiety “Music has the power to heal, it doesn’t lie. There’s something universal about the creative arts that’s good for health, and mental health in particular, it makes us feel good, provides meaning, stimulates reflection, and brings us together” says Jeet who has composed numerous ads, jingles in Hindi.
EXCLUSIVE BY JYOTI VENKATESH
Leave a Reply