She is a famous Indian music director known for her work in Bollywood. Born on April 28, 1983, Sneha is 31 years old. She is a Marathi by origin but was born and brought up in Indore. Her family was greatly involved in the Gwalior Gharana of Hindustani Classical Music, so she learned music as a child. After completing her schooling her parents moved to Mumbai in 2001 aiming of her to join an engineering college, but Sneha had some other plans. At first, she joined animation leading to art direction and then to her childhood love - music. Thus, choosing music direction as her career.
In 2004, she worked in a film called “The Hope” which competed at the InternationalesFilmfest Emden in Germany. She also worked in the movie, “KAL- Yesterday and Tomorrow." She still hadn’t made big in Bollywood, so the turning point in her career was Ram GopalVerma’s movie “Go”. Some of her famous works are in movies like “Oye Lucky Lucky Oye”, “Gangs of Wassypur”(part 1 and 2), “
”, “LSD”, “Detective Byomkesh Bakshi” and many more.
In 2008, she traveled through rural areas of North India including Haryana, where she attended the Ragini Music Festival. This visit helped her in making one of her most hit soundtracks! Apart from composing songs and singing, she has also been active on small screen. She hosted a music-based MTV miniseries called “Sound Trippin” which allowed her to travel different places within India like Leh, Punjab, Banaras, Yellapur, Goa, etc. Her show consisted of total 11 Episodes. Travelling to different places helped her in taking in the culture and music of the region. The variety of the culture she has experienced can be sensed in the music she has composed time to time. She was nominated for the best music director category at the 58 th Filmfare awards.