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The year marks her first collaboration with Rajesh Roshan and Daboo Malik by singing the melodious track for the former composed "Saansein Ghulne Lagi" from Aetbaar and performing the track "Shikdum" from Dhoom, for the latter.

In 1995, she won the All India Light Vocal Music Competition, New Delhi, organised by Sangam Kala Group, in Light Vocal group in sub-junior level.

In 1997, when her father was transferred to the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, she was relocated to Mumbai, with her family and studied at the Atomic Energy Central School in Anushakti Nagar.

She was sixteen when she recorded the first song for the film, "Bairi Piya" with Udit Narayan.

Her Higher Secondary Examinations were nearing that time and she would take her books and notebooks to the studio in order to study during downtime.

Then Sanjayji told me I had sung the song so well that they had recorded it at one go. Besides, Ghoshal made her first collaboration with Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy by performing the female version of the song "Tu Hi Bata Zindagi".

Apart from Inteha, Ghoshal provided vocals for Malik in two other films, Munna Bhai M. Calling her sing "effortless" in the song, The Hindu mentioned that she was "able to impart the required emotions" for the song.

She has received four National Film Awards, six Filmfare Awards including five for Best Female Playback Singer, nine Filmfare Awards South, three Kerala State Film Awards, two Tamil Nadu State Film Awards and many other awards.

She has recorded songs for film music and albums in various Indian languages and has established herself as a leading playback singer of Indian cinema.

She gets the kind of rustic flavour that was the need of the hour and is superb in her rendition." For the duet song "Dhadang Dhang Dhang" performed by Ghoshal alongside Sajid, Devesh Sharma of Filmfare remarked, "Shreya Ghoshal puts the ’90s ka tadka' in her rendition" and for lullaby song "Chandaniya" he said, "Shreya Ghoshal sounds uncannily like Alka Yagnik and proves that she is a singer for all occasions".

In early 2013, Ghoshal sang two duet songs "Naino Mein Sapna" and "Taki O Taki" for film Himmatwala.

She acquired training from Late Kalyanji Bhai for 18 months and continued her classical music training with Late Mukta Bhide in Mumbai.