Hindi film music’s new-kids-on-the-block Sachin Sanghvi and Jigar Saraiya always had music at the back of their minds, ever since they had heard A.R. Rahman in “Roja” (1994). The duo met through Sachin's childhood friend, composer Amit Trivedi, who had worked with Jigar for music director, Rajesh Roshan. The two joined hands and started assisting Pritam. During this time, Sachin was pursuing a course in Chartered Accountancy and Jigar was doing his MBA.
Their first assignment as an independent music director duo was for the film “F.A.L.T.U” (2011). The song “Chaar Baj Gaye” from the film became a surprise hit.
The next film they worked in “Krantiveer - The Revolution” wasn’t a big success. They shot to fame, however, with the songs "Saibo" and "Karma Is A Bitch" (“Shor In The City”, 2011). "Saibo", sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Tochi Raina, was specially appreciated by crtics as well as masses. They've also composed music for "Hum Tum Shabana" (2011) and more recently, for "ABCD: Any Body Can Dance" (2013).