Remember the mesmerizing voice behind the song Pyar to Hona hi Tha? That was Jaspinder Narula for you. This song raised the bars high and she received the Filmfare Award for Best Playback Singer in 1999. Some of the other films in which she lent her voice are Mohabbatein, Mission Kashmir Click to look into! >> Read More... , Bunty Aur Babli Click to look into! >> Read More... and Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani.
Anu Malik gave her a chance in his film Virasat, and this was a turning point in Jaspinder’s career. Other than Bollywood, Jaspinder is also involved in Punjabi songs. Jaspinder gave live performance in the singing reality show aired by NDTV Imagine, during the year 2008, and she turned out to be winner. The name of the show is Dhoom Macha De Dhoom Macha De is an Indian musical reality show h >> Read More... . Kesar Singh Narula, Jaspinder’s father, worked as a music director during the 50s. At the outset, Jaspinder didn’t take up singing for movies but was expert in singing devotional songs like bhajans. She also sang Sufiana songs.
After shifting to Mumbai, she got a break through music composer Viju Shah Vijay Kalyanji Shah aka Viju Shah (Born 5 June 195 >> Read More... . She sang for movies including Aar Ya Paar, Master, and Bade Miyan Chote Miyan. Jaspinder is specialized in singing folk songs other than devotional songs. She had sung religious songs for the Sikh community and is also specialized in Gurbani. Jaspinder is staying in Mumbai and is wedded to a businessman. After completing her Honors in music she specialized in Hindustani classical music by doing a PhD in it.
As far as politics is concerned she made her entry into Aam Aadmi Party during the year 2014. Jaspinder worked with the top music composers of Bollywood. Whether is pop, classical, devotional or western songs, she sings with equal panache. Once, Jaspinder confessed that though her voice is apt for soft songs she had been given only loud ones.

Jeet Gannguli

Jeet Gannguli is a famous singer and music composer of Hindi and Bengali films. He was born as Chandrajeet Ganguly on February 10, 1977, in Mumbai, India. He started his journey as a musician at the tender age of three. He completed his studies at Baranagore Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama High School in West Bengal and subsequently graduated from the University of Calcutta. Jeet was trained in classical music under his father, Kali Ganguly’s guidance, along with his aunt, Shibani Roychowdhury. He also studied jazz, rock and western classical music with Karlton Kitto. He has scored music for several Bollywood and Tollywood films. Jeet got his first major break when he teamed up with Pritam Chakraborty in scoring the music for Sanjay Gadhvi’s Tere Liye in 2001. The Jeet-Pritam duo was roped in another Gadhvi’s film, Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai in the following year. They composed all the songs in the movie. When the duo parted ways, he started to score music for Hindi and Bengali movies, television series and jingles. He composed the music for the Bollywood film, Morning Walk, from which he won the Upcoming Music Composer of the Year award in Mirchi Music Awards in 2009 for the song Bhor Bhayo. Jeet scored music for films like Cheenti Chennti Bang Bang, Mumbai Cutting, Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi, Blood Money and Raaz 3. In 2013, he composed six songs from the blockbuster romantic musical drama film, Aashiqui 2. He earned Filmfare Award, Zee Cine Award and IIFA Award for Best Music Director for this movie. He also received a nomination at the Screen Awards for Best Music Director. Later, he scored few songs from the films Youngistaan, Singham Returns and City Lights. This 2015, he worked for films like Alone, Mr. X Khamoshiyan, Welcome to Karachi, Hamari Adhuri Kahani, Ishqedarriyaan. He is currently working in the upcoming Bollywood films Phir Se, Ishq Junoon, Hate Story 3, Junooniyat and Secret. He made his acting debut in Bengali through the 2004 film, Premi; the remake of the Telugu film, Nee Sneham. He was starred and worked on the music of the Bengali films Bandhan in 2004 and Yuddho and Shubhodrishti in 2005. He scored the music for several Bengali films including Eri Naam Prem, Refugee, I Love You, Tiger, Premer Kahini. Mon Mane Na, Amanush, Paglu, Awara, and Boss: Born to Rule, Rangbaaz, Game, Herogiri, Besh Korechi Prem Korechi and many more.

Jeet Gannguli Hindi Actor