Music expresses feeling and thought, without language; it was below and before speech, and it is above and beyond all words.
Kunal Ganjawala is a popular playback singer whose songs are mostly featured in Hindi and Kannada films. He has also sung in Bengali and other regional languages. Kunal began his career by singing jingles. He came to limelight in Hindi with the song “Bheege Honth Tere” from the film Murder in 2004. It was his first biggest hit. The song earned him Zee Cine Award as Best Playback Singer in 2005. He came to limelight in Kannada with the song “Neene Neene” from the film Akash in 2005.
Kunal entered the film industry in 2002 with film Ab Ke Baras. Within a short four years, he has established himself as one of the top singers in Bollywood (Indian Hindi film industry).
As a child, Kunal never thought of becoming singer. He didn’t know until college that he could sing. Since then he started singing at every college festivals and won many intra- and inter-college competitions.
|“||I was not even a bathroom singer. I began singing only when I was caught by my seniors as an 8th standard students in St Peters School. I was passing by them whistling a tune when a few of them caught hold of me and commanded, ‘Sing a song’. I was shocked. I said I never sang in my life. They said, “Dont lie!” When he can whistle tunes so well, why can’t he sing? They caught hold of my neck saying, they would throttle me if I didn’t. With great difficulty I sang “Nazar ke samne” (Aashiqui) and “Ek din bik jayega” (Dharam Karam). They spared me then but made me sing in college festivals later.|
Source: Kunal Ganjawala