|Birth name||Chandrajeet Ganguly|
|Also known as||Jeet Ganguly|
|Born||24 May 1977|
|Labels||Sony Music, T-Series, Saregama|
Early life and education
Born in a Bengali Brahmin family, Gannguli was initiated into the world of music at the age of three. He was a student of Baranagore Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama High School 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.
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.
- "Suno Na Sangemarmar" from Youngistaan
- "Teri Khushboo" from Mr. X
- "Baatein Ye Kabhi Na" from Khamoshiyan
- "Chahun Main Ya Naa" from Aashiqui 2
- "Muskurane" from CityLights
- "Bol Naa Aar" from Dui Prithibi
- Babloo Bachelor
Awards and nominations
Bengali Cinema Awards
|2006||Yuddho||Filmfare Awards East||Best Music Director||Won|
|2007||MLA Fatakeshto||Tele Cine Awards|
|2008||Minister Fatakeshto||Tele Cine Awards|
|2009||Chirodini Tumi Je Amar||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
|2009||Morning Walk||Mirchi Music Awards||Upcoming Music Composer of The Year||Won|
|2013||"Tum Hi Ho" from Aashiqui 2||BIG Star Entertainment Awards||Most Entertaining Song|
|2014||Bollywood Hungama Surfers' Choice Music Awards||Best Song|
|Global Indian Music Academy Awards|
|Zee Cine Awards|
|Aashiqui 2||Filmfare Awards||Best Music Director|
|Zee Cine Awards|
|Bollywood Hungama Surfers' Choice Music Awards||Best Soundtrack|
|Global Indian Music Academy Awards||Best Film Album|
|IBNLive Movie Awards||Best Music Director|
|2014||Mirchi Music Awards||Album of The Year|
|"Muskurane" from CityLights||Music Composer of The Year|
|2015||Bollywood Hungama Surfers' Choice Music Awards||Best Song||Nominated|
|"Suno Na Sangemarmar" from Youngistaan||Bollywood Hungama Surfers' Choice Music Awards|
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- "Youngistaan (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)". Jeet Gannguli, Shiraz Uppal, Sneha Khanwalkar, Shree D & Ishq Bector. iTunes Store. 24 February 2014. Retrieved 6 December 2014.
- 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.
- "Aashiqui 2 Songs". Retrieved 26 April 2013.
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