Ghoshal caught the attention of director Sanjay Leela Bhansali when she participated in the 75th children's special episode of Sa Re Ga Ma.

Bhansali's mother was watching the show and during Ghoshal's performance, she called him to watch her performance, after which he decided to give her a chance in his next film.

Little did her fans know it was all about the secret wedding that would be taking place!

I remember I was asked to rehearse the song once before finally recording it. When I opened my eyes, I noticed a lot of excitement and chaos outside the recording room. and LOC Kargil, where she recorded the song "Chann Chann" for the former and "Pyaar Bhara Geet" for the latter, along with Sonu Nigam.

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".

She withdrew from the junior college and enrolled at the SIES College of Arts, Science, and Commerce in Mumbai, where she took up arts with English as her major.

Her mother used to help her in her rehearsals and she accompanied her on the Tanpura and started practicing mostly Bengali songs.

Indeed many of us and their fans held to some shocking news but it was never too late to declare the same!

Both will be holding an officially party for all their close friends and media which will see them come together once again in a ceremony in Mumbai.

In 2017, Ghoshal became the first Indian singer to have a wax figure of her in Madame Tussauds Museum.

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.

Ghoshal aspired to become a playback singer from a young age. At the age of six, she started with her formal training in classical music.