Sanjivani Bhelande(born 26 January), better known by her first name as Sanjeevani, is the first ever winner of a talent show in the history of Indian television, to have got a Bollywood playback singing break. In 1995 she won the Zee TV voice talent hunt show Sa Re Ga Ma. Sanjivani was born in a family of academicians. Her father was Director of Education for Maharashtra government and Professor of Sanskrit. Her mother retired as Professor of English.She has an older sister and brother. Sanjivani holds a Masters in Commerce, a Diploma in Mass Communication and a degree in music( Sangeet Visharad). Sanjivani is the first ever winner of Zee TV's Saregama to have got a playback break from a TV contest. Sanjivani sang all the songs of Vidhu Vinod Chopra's Hindi movie Kareeb which was her first movie as playback singer for which she won the Ashirwad best playback singer award for the song 'Chori chori jab nazrein mili'. She was nominated for the Filmfare Best Female Playback Award in 1999. She has sung several hits like Nikamma kiya( film Kya dil ne kaha-music Himesh Reshamiya), Chidiya main hoti (film Nayak, musicA. R. Rahman, Yara rub russ jane de( film Socha na tha, music Sandesh), Makhmali yeh badan (film Road), Uljhanon ko (film Rules). Sanjivani has her own live band 'Sanjh Sanjivani' and she has performed more than 1000 concerts around the world. Her speciality is the classical based songs. Her latest release is her book and cd MEERA & ME. She has translated and sung saint Meerabai's poems into English. The Audio cd published by EMI music and book by Om books international were released by Mahesh Bhatt and Vidhu Vinod Chopra. Sanjeevani has several regional superhit albums like 'Junee Junee' and Janamjanam in Nepali, 'Ganesham Gungambhiram',Jai Shri Ganpati in Marathi, 'Darshnam paapnashanam' in Gujrati, 'Tooniga tooniga' in Telugu, Bichiya ro ranko in Rajasthani, and has sung in 11 languages. This is a filmography of Indian vocalist Sanjivani. The list includes the popular songs sung by her in various films, especially Hindi, from 1995 onwards.