The title of ‘Sufi Ki Sultana’, the voice of this singer is not his turban belief – Harshdeep Kaur Birthday The title of Sufi Ki Sultana famous Bollywood singer tmov

Bollywood singer Harshdeep Kaur is one of the favorite singers of today’s pay generation. This singer who drives people crazy with this delicious voice, not only because of his voice, but also because of his costume, has a distinct identity among the people. Today, on Harshdeep Kaur’s birthday on December 16, let us know about his famous songs and his achievements.

Harshdeep Kaur was born on December 16, 1986 in Delhi. Being associated with a musical background family, Harshdeep started taking musical training from the age of six. She was seen as a coach on Star Plus’ reality singing show ‘The Voice’. In 2008, Harshdeep won the ‘Junoon-Kuch Kar Dekha’ singing competition. In this, she was competing with her mentor Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan for the Sufi Sultan style, after which she was awarded the title of ‘Sufi Ki Sultana’. This honor was given to him by the great Amitabh Bachchan, who was the guest of the grand finale of the show.

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The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes of Sufi, Folk and Bollywood songs. It was attended by the best artists of India and Pakistan. During the performance of Sufi songs, Harshdeep wore a special Sufi costume, which also included his turban. Since then, Harshdeep’s turban has become an important part of his identity.

From Rang De Basanti to Razi, these are Harshdeep’s hit songs

If you take a look at Harshdeep’s songs, there are many hit songs in his bag. She sang her first Bollywood song in the 2003 film Aap Bhi Kahin Dekh Hai. After this, they had many offers. He sang Rang De Basanti’s song Ek Kar Nakar, Taxi No. 9211 Geet Udne Do, Band Baja Barat’s Varsi Barsi, Desi Boys’ song Zak Mar Ke, Rockstar Film Song Katia Karun, Cocktail Song Jugni, Jab Tak Hai Jaan Ka Geet Geet Heer, Raji Film Song Dilbaro, Manmargiyan Geet Gao Chochiyan, Panga Ka Geet Le Panga. Almost all the songs of Harshdeep have touched the tongue of youth and are also in trend every time.

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