Author: Harleen Kaur

Don’t you love it when two of your favorite Punjabi music artists collaborate for music?When they do, it definitely means something is Big on its way. Whether it is a music director – singer duo, or a singer to singer duo, these collaborations give birth to some of the most amazing creations in the industry and become our favorite. Presenting 5 big hit music collaborations of all time: Sukshinder Shinda and Jazzy B The two artists partnered together for the first time for ‘Oh Na Kudi Labdi’ music track which marked the beginning of many more partnerships between the two…

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It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Apna Punjab Hove is the ultimate anthem of Punjab and Punjabis placed globally. Indeed this song was the ultimate milestone of legend Gurdas Maan’s career which made him the icon of Punjab.Akin to its lyrics, music, and vocals, the story of this song is also damn awesome. The journey of this song can be best expressed by a famous expression which says “No trumpets sound when the important decisions of our lives are made. Destiny is made known silently.”Therefore we never knew what’s coming for us and like everyone even Makhan Brar Sahab…

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Gradually finding her feet in the industry, the young and talented Delbar Arya was seen in a popular and a hit Punjabi song ‘Downtown’ with Guru Randhawa. The emerging actress also got featured in the Bollywood film ‘Fitoor’ starring Aditya Roy Kapoor and Katrina Kaif in lead.Truly a fan of constant learning, Delbar is also exploring the regional industry, different dance forms, and learning theatre. ‘‘The passion for the Indian film industry and acting pulled me to Bollywood’’ says Delbar. The ‘Downtown’ girl shares that she wants to be an artist who gets to play and explore different characters in…

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Preeti Panesar’s journey of a girl from Uganda to becoming a Punjabi singer has been a wonderful experience and an exciting journey. The ‘pageant’ turned ‘singer’ hummed her latest songs, shared about winning the 2009 pageant and talked about her singing in her candid live interview with Ghaint Punjab.  Born and brought up in Uganda, Preeti always dreamt of being in a beauty pageant and loved watching beauty contests as a young girl. ‘It was a wonderful stroke of luck that I won the pageant’ says Preeti. From there on her journey was power-packed by stage shows, fashion shows, and singing…

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