She gained traditional music from her mom Anuradha Marathe who is herself an eminent old style and light entertainer and behaviors stage shows of Marathi as well as Hindi melodies.
Anjali, a brain research graduate needed to seek after medication, yet in sexually transmitted disease XI she understood that her calling was music. She won the Public Film Grant for Best Playback Vocalist in 1996 at 16 years old for her version of a tune in the Marathi film Doghi. She recorded tunes for Chaukat Raja (Marathi), Saibaba (Marathi), before Doghi (Marathi) and title melodies for the sequential – Jhuthe Sacche Gudde Bacche (Hindi), Olak Sangana (Marathi) quite early in life of nine. She likewise recorded tunes for All India Radio Pune for Balodyan (Program for kids). She has taken part in many stage shows. She partook in Smaranayatra held at Jagtik Marathi Parishad in Mumbai. She partook in a program for youngsters, Chimangani. Anjali, other than these shows, likewise partakes in address, dance, dramatization and road plays.
Anjali is the little girl of vocalist Anuradha Marathe. She was hitched to Saleel Kulkarni. They have two youngsters – child Shubhankar who sang for youngsters’ film ‘Chintoo’ (चिंटू), and little girl Ananya. They as of late got isolated.