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Guru Randhawa Biography

Guru Randhawa Biography: Gursharanjot Singh Randhawa is an Indian singer, songwriter, and music composer associated with Punjabi, Bhangra, Indi-pop, and Bollywood music. He is known for his songs “Lahore”, “Patola “, “High Rated Gabru”, “Daaru Wargi”, “Raat Kamal Hai”, “Suit”, “Ban Ja Rani”, “Made in India”, “Ishare Tere”, “Tere Te”, “Fashion”, “Downtown” and “Slowly Slowly”, “Surma Surma”, “Baby Girl”, “Naach Meri Rani”, “Mehendi Wale Haath”, “aur Pyaar Krna hai”. Guru Randhawa’s debut single was “The same girl” in collaboration with Arjun.

Early Life

Randhawa was born as Gursharanjot Singh Randhawa in Nurpur on 30 August 1991, Dera Baba Nanak Tehsil in Gurdaspur district. He started by doing small shows in Gurdaspur and then began performing in Delhi, at small parties and functions. While staying in Delhi, Randhawa completed his MBA. He was named “Guru” by the rapper Bohemia who would shorten his full name while on stage.

  • Guru Randhawa birthday:- 30 August 1991
  • Guru Randhawa Marital status:- Not married
  • Guru Randhawa Instagram:- Instagram
  • Guru Randhawa  net worth:- 4million dollars
  • Guru Randhawa  age:- 29 years
  • Guru Randhawa height:- 1.64m
  • Guru Randhawa zodiac sign:- Virgo
  • Guru Randhawa favorite food:- Daal Makhani, Rice, Veg Sandwich
  • Guru Randhawa favorite singer:- Babbu Maan
  • Guru Randhawa Genres:- Bhangra, Indi-pop.

Guru Randhawa’s Struggling Career

Randhawa started his music journey in December 2012 with a song named “Same Girl” with Arjun, the first person to take Randhawa in his own video. However, the song was not so successful for both the artists. At the beginning of 2013, Randhawa released his first single named “Chhad Gayi” on YouTube with the label of Speed Records. His elder brother, Ramneek helped him financially to release this song. Later in 2013, Guru launched his first album Page One, and released three songs from the album. “Dardan Nu”, “I Like You” and “Southall” were the respective songs. Randhawa launched many songs but none of them became much popular to take Guru on heights. 2014 was also not special for him. He released the remaining songs from the Page One album but did not get success.The songs were “Khali Bottlan”, “My Jugni”, “Maa”, “Na Na Na Na Na”, “Pyaar Wale Test”, “Modern Thumka”, and “Billo On Fire”.

 Trendy Phase

In 2017, Randhawa released an emotional track named “Taare” in January. The track performed average on YouTube but this song’s video was trolled to be a copy of Zayn Malik’s song “It’s You”. Randhawa made his Bollywood singing debut in the Indian movie Hindi Medium. His foot-tapping track “Suit” was recreated in the film as “Suit Suit”. He sang in the 2017 Indian Premier League opening ceremony. Later in 2017, his two tracks appeared in Bollywood movies. His old track “Tu Meri Rani” was recreated in the Hindi film Tumhari Sulu and an original track named “Lagdi Hai Thaai” was also released in the movie Simran in collaboration with Jonita Gandhi. His two most-viewed songs, “High Rated Gabru” and “Lahore”, have over 1,025 and 929 million views on T-Series’ official YouTube channel respectively. In 2018 “Lahore” won Track of the Year at the Brit Asia TV Music Awards, where Randhawa also won Best Male Act. His first international collaboration was “Slowly Slowly” featuring Pitbull, released on 19 April 2019. The song’s music video received 38 million views on YouTube within 24 hours, becoming one of the world’s all-time most-viewed music videos in 24 hours.

Successful Career

In 2019, Randhawa turned producer with Punjabi language film Tara Mira starring Ranjit Bawa and Nazia Hussain, directed by Rajiev Dhingra. In 2020, Guru made his second international collaboration “Surma Surma” with British artist Jay Sean. In the year 2020, Guru’s old track “Lahore” was presented as “Lagdi Lahore Di” in the movie ‘Street Dancer 3D’ in collaboration with Sachin-Jigar and Tulsi Kumar. Later, he collaborated with Vee Music and international singer and songwriter Jay Sean in the song “Surma Surma”. During the Corona pandemic, he released a soothing track named ‘Satnam Waheguru’ with Vee. He was also featured by Pitbull in a music video for the track “Mueve La Cintura” with Tito El Bambino, which is included in Pitbull’s album Libertad 548. This was his second collaboration with Pitbull. Guru Randhawa’s popularity rose immensely after his Bollywood Debut in the film Hindi Medium and the release of the pop Ballad Lahore in 2018. Rolling stone India stated that “If you’ve missed him on the Charts, you’ve heard him on the radio”.

Guru Randhawa Associates

Bohemia, Arjun, Neeti Mohan, Dhvani Bhanushali, Sukhe, Pitbull, Tanishk Bagchi, Tulsi Kumar, Neha Kakkar, Millind Gaba, Ikka Singh, Jay Sean, Tito El Bambino, Nikhita Gandhi.

Appearance in Bollywood Movies

2016 Hindi Medium Himself Special appearance in his Bollywood debut song Suit Suit. 2018 Blackmail Himself Special appearance in his song Patola. 2019 Why Cheat India Himself Special appearance in his song Daaru Wargi. Ujda Chaman Himself Special appearance in his song Outfit. 2021 Time To Dance Himself Special appearance in his song Munde Mar Gaye.

Recreated Songs (Guru Randhawa Biography)

Guru Randhawa’s Bollywood debut Suit Suit in the 2017 film Hindi Medium, was a remake of his and Arjun’s track. His song Tu Meri Rani was recreated by him and Rajat Nagpal for the 2017 film Tumhari Sulu as Ban Ja Rani. His song with Bohemia, Patola, was recreated by him as a wedding song in the 2018 film Blackmail. His most viewed song High Rated Gabru was recreated by him in the 2018 film Nawabzaade. His single Outfit was recreated by him and music producer Aditya Dev in the 2019 film Ujda Chaman. His popular track Lahore was recreated by him, in collaboration with the Sachin-Jigar duo in the 2020 film Street Dancer 3D.

Social Life (Guru Randhawa Biography)

Singer Guru Randhawa talks to us about his pledge to donate Rs one lakh to each of the families of the four soldiers from Punjab, who sacrificed their lives while fighting to the Chinese Army in the Palawan Valley, on June 15. Explaining his motivation behind donating to the martyrs’ families, Guru says, “Many times, a soldier who is fighting for the country and is the only earning member of their family and once he’s martyred, we all should take care of their family like our own in our respective states and home town. Together, if we do our little part we can make a huge change. Together we can do it. I salute every soldier with all my heart,” he tells us.

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