Manmeet Singh is an Indian music composer who is part of the trio Meet Bros Anjjan. They are known for their music in Do Dooni Chaar, Ragini MMS 2 and Kick. Composer and music director, Manmeet Singh pursued schooling from Scindia School, Gwalior. He, along with his brother Harmeet Singh and Anjjan Bhattacharya, forms the music composer trio Meet Bros Anjjan. Manmeet, like his brother, graduated from Sydenham College, Mumbai. The duo then went on to pursue modelling and acting. After the success of their single number Jogi Singh Barnala Singh, the brothers decided to shift their focus towards music, something that they have always wanted to do. They started performing at concerts and at one of these concerts, they came across Anjjan Bhattacharya, who went on to join the group. Under the name of Meet Bros Anjjan, the trio composed many successful tracks for films. Some of them include Baaja Bajya (Do Dooni Chaar, 2010), Kero Mama (Paan Singh Tomar, 2012), Shirt Da Button (Kya Super Kool Hain Hum, 2012) and Mere Nishan (OMG - Oh My God!, 2012). In 2013, they composed a string of hit numbers for the films Shootout at Wadala, Boss and Zanjeer. The subsequent year, the delivered hits like Baby Doll (Ragini MMS 2), Party Toh Banti Hai (Bhoothnath Returns) and Hangover (Kick). 2015 saw the trio composing songs for the films Baby and Roy, which also became very popular. They have also composed songs for the upcoming films All is Well (2015) and Calendar Girls (2015). Harmeet and Manmeet have recently announced that they would be parting ways with Anjjan. Manmeet is married to Karishma Modi, a former model.