On this occasion, 30 musicians performed live on around 20 ghazals in the accompaniment of the instruments like violins, flutes, guitars and several others. The maestro released his last album 'Inteha" in 2009, which was promoted on Zee TV"s popular show 'Banoo Main Teri Dulhann". Jagjit has composed more than 50 albums till date starting from his first album 'The Unforgettables" in 1976. He has sung in several Indian languages like Bengali, Hindi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Sindhi, Urdu and Nepali.
The 'Padma Bhushan" award winner has also done playback singing in various renowned films like Veer-Zaara, Sarfarosh, Tum Bin, Dushman, Khal Nayak, Arth and many others. He has recently sung in the low budget Bollywood film Shahrukh Bola Khoobsurat Hai Tu.
The ghazal maestro says that he gets call only for a particular genre from Bollywood so if they want to offer him some variety then he would definitely love to work in many other Bollywood films in future. Jagjit is now working on his latest album and is expecting to release it soon. As we know, he has given some of the most romantic numbers in Bollywood, we can expect the latest album also turns out to be a big romantic hit!