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Jeet Gannguli
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Jeet Gannguli at Aashiqui 2 music concert in 2013
Background information
Native name
চন্দ্রজিৎ গাঙ্গুলী
Birth nameChandrajeet Ganguly
Also known asJeet Ganguly
Born (1977-05-24) 24 May 1977 (age 42)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India[1]
OriginBaranagar, Kolkata
GenresFilm scores
Occupation(s)
InstrumentsGuitar,
Tabla,
Playback singing[2]
Years active2001–present
LabelsSony Music, T-Series, Saregama

Jeet Gannguli (pronounced [dʒit ɡaŋɡuli], Bengali: About this soundpronunciation , born Chandrajeet Ganguly, Bengali: চন্দ্রজিৎ গাঙ্গুলী on 24 May 1977),[3] popularly known as Jeet,[4] is a score composer of Bengali and Hindi movies.[5] Gannguli is a music director in Bollywood, scoring music for films.[6]

Early life and education

Gannguli was initiated into the world of music at the age of three. He was a student of Baranagore Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama High School[1] from where he completed his schooling. Later he graduated from the University of Calcutta. He is trained in Indian classical music under the guidance of his father Kali Ganguly and his pisima (father's sister) Shibani Roychowdhury. He studied western classical music, jazz and rock with jazz guitarist Carlton Kitto.

Career

Gannguli got his first break when Sanjay Gadhvi was signed on to direct Tere Liye and he, in turn, signed on his friends Jeet Gannguli and Pritam as music composers. In 2002 Yash Raj Films signed Gadhvi up to direct Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai, for which the Gannguli-Pritam duo composed the music.[7]

After the duo parted ways, Jeet started scoring music for Hindi and Bengali films, TV serials and Jingles.[8][9] Jeet Gannguli has also composed music for a single track sung by well known singer in Hindi, Bengali.

Personal life

Ganguly is married to Chandrani Ganguly.[3]

Discography

Select discography

Awards and nominations

Bengali Cinema Awards

Year Film Award Category Result
2006 Yuddho Filmfare Awards East Best Music Director Won
Shubhodrishti Anandalok Awards
2007 MLA Fatakeshto Tele Cine Awards
2008 Minister Fatakeshto Tele Cine Awards
2009 Chirodini Tumi Je Amar Anandalok Award
2010 Challenge Anandalok Award
Poran Jaye Jolia Re Star Jalsa Entertainment Award
2013 Bapi Bari Jaa Tele Cine Awards
2014 Boss: Born to Rule Kalakar Award
Boss: Born to Rule Mirchi Music Awards Bangla
Rangbaaz Zee Bangla Gaurav Samman Award

Hindi Cinema Awards

Year Film/Song Award Category Result
2009 Morning Walk Mirchi Music Awards Upcoming Music Composer of The Year[15] Won
2013 "Tum Hi Ho" from Aashiqui 2 BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Song[16]
2014 Bollywood Hungama Surfers' Choice Music Awards Best Song[16]
Global Indian Music Academy Awards
Zee Cine Awards
Aashiqui 2 Filmfare Awards Best Music Director
Zee Cine Awards
IIFA Awards
Bollywood Hungama Surfers' Choice Music Awards Best Soundtrack[16]
Global Indian Music Academy Awards Best Film Album[16]
IBNLive Movie Awards Best Music Director[16]
2014 Mirchi Music Awards Album of The Year
2015 CityLights
"Muskurane" from CityLights Music Composer of The Year
2015 Bollywood Hungama Surfers' Choice Music Awards Best Song[16] Nominated
"Suno Na Sangemarmar" from Youngistaan Bollywood Hungama Surfers' Choice Music Awards

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Jeet Gannguli Biography".
  2. ^ "Jeet Ganguly's Musical Instruments". Retrieved 20 May 2015.
  3. ^ a b "Jeet Ganguly Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Wiki, Wife, Family, Profile".
  4. ^ "Composer Jeet Ganguly made a comeback in Bollywood". Ibnlive. Retrieved 10 March 2015.
  5. ^ "Music Composer Jeet Ganguly". Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 10 March 2015.
  6. ^ Mid-year review: Roy, Hamari Adhuri Kahani, Badlapur -Top 5 hit music albums of the year. India.com. Retrieved on 15 March 2017.
  7. ^ Sur, Prateek. (25 January 2015) Khamoshiyan music review: Arijit Singh, Ankit Tiwari and Jeet Ganguly's album is laden with romantic tracks!. Bollywoodlife.com. Retrieved on 2017-03-15.
  8. ^ Youth can connect to any good music : Jeet Ganguly – Indian Express. Archive.indianexpress.com (16 September 2013). Retrieved on 2017-03-15.
  9. ^ Jeet Ganguli composes a romantic song for Alone. The Indian Express (28 November 2014). Retrieved on 2017-03-15.
  10. ^ "Youngistaan (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)". Jeet Gannguli, Shiraz Uppal, Sneha Khanwalkar, Shree D & Ishq Bector. iTunes. 24 February 2014. Retrieved 6 December 2014.
  11. ^ Akshata Shetty (29 January 2015). "Khamoshiyan song Baatein Ye Kabhi Na: Watch Gurmeet Choudhary, Sapna Pabbi, and Ali Fazal's quintessential love triangle!". Retrieved 26 June 2017.
  12. ^ "Aashiqui 2 Songs". Retrieved 26 April 2013.
  13. ^ Ria Lawrence (29 August 2014). "Jeet Gannguli: Music has no barriers of region or language". The Times of India. Retrieved 3 December 2014.
  14. ^ "Dui Prithibi Music". gomolo.com.
  15. ^ "Mirchi Music Award 2009". www.radiomirchi.com. Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  16. ^ a b c d e f "Awards of Jeet Gannguli".

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