Kunal Ganjawala Bio - Biography

Name Kunal Ganjawala
Naionality Indian
Date of Birth
Place of Birth Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Famous for Singing
Kunal Ganjawala is popularly known as Bollywood playback singer. But he also did a very well contribution to Kanada film industry as well. Kunal began his career by singing jingles. He came to limelight with the song 'Bheege Honth Tere' form film Murder in 2004. It was his first biggest hit. The song earned him Zee Cine Award as Best Playback Singer in 2005.

Kunal entered the film industry in 2002 with film 'Ab Ke Baras'. Within a very short period of four years, he has established himself as one of the top singers in Bollywood (Indian Hindi film industry). Along with Bollywood's Hindi songs, Kunal entered Kannada film industry in 2005. His song 'Neene Neene' from film Akash made sensation in South. Since then he also became a most popular singer in Kannada film industry as well.

His first break in Bollywood was 'Ab Ke Baras' in 2002. Although the song didn't mark him as a prominent singer, he got many offers in queue. Then after he sung in many movies like Saathiya (2002), Indian Babu (2003), Paisa Vasool (2004), Khakee (2004), Rudraksh (2004), Dhoom (2004) and Meenaxi (2004). But his breakthrough hit Bheege Hont from the film Murder, won the 2005 Zee Cine Award Best Playback Singer - Male and IIFA Best Male Playback Award. He has also participated in Sa Re Ga Ma, an Indian singing talent competition on Zee TV (Now Sa Re Ga Ma Pa) when it was hosted by Sonu Nigam. He was a judge on Amul Star Voice of India, another singing competition on Star TV, together with Shreya Ghoshal and Pritam.

Since then Kunal worked for many music directors like Anu Malik, Pritam, Himesh Reshammiya, Ismail Darbar, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Anand Raaj Anand, Roop Kumar Rathod, Daboo Malik, and Sanjeev-Darshan. Kunal recently sung for Sanjay Lila Bhansali's 'Saawariya'. His numbers from the film 'Maashah Alaah' and 'Pari' are running top on the chart.

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