Sneha Khanwalkar is an Indian music executive who works in Hindi movies. She is best known for her score for the film, Oye Lucky! Fortunate Oye!, furthermore for Gangs of Wasseypur Part 1, Part 2. She had been assigned in Best Music Director class at the 58th Filmfare Awards for Gangs of Wasseypur Part 1 and Part 2 (credited as music chief of Gangs of Wasseypur). She is just the second lady to pick up a designation in this class 28 years after Usha Khanna.
Marathi by cause, conceived and raised in Indore, where her mom's family was dug in the Gwalior gharana of Hindustani traditional music, in this manner she learned music as a youngster,
Amid her HSC get-aways, she did an activity course and workmanship heading course. In 2001, her family moved to Mumbai, with a point of her joining a designing school, however rather she began working in liveliness took after by craftsmanship bearing before choosing music course as a profession, in the wake of rediscovering her youth enthusiasm for music.
In 2004, she scored the motion picture The Hope, which contended at the Internationales Filmfest Emden in Germany. In the interim she likewise did the title track for Ruchi Narain's film, KAL – Yesterday and Tomorrow (2005), however her enormous break came when she formed music for the 2007 motion picture Go, created by Ram Gopal Varma, furthermore got the opportunity to make a melody for Sarkar Raj (2008).
In 2008, she won honors for her score for the film, Oye Lucky! Fortunate Oye! for which she went through country North India, particularly Haryana, where she went to the Raagini music celebration, while investigating for movies music, in the end she made a hit soundtrack, decorated with Haryanvi musical impacts.
She was the music executive of Anurag Kashyap's commended motion picture Gangs of Wasseypur (Part 1 and Part 2), for which she was designated in Best Music Director class at the 58th Filmfare Awards.