Gurpreet Singh Shergill was born in 1973 in Punjab. He became public eye after his debut music album ‘ Rabbi’. After his album, he was called Rabbi Shergill. He got fame by his singing style Sufiyana with lots of western arrangements. His top chartered song “Bulla Ki Jana Mein Kaun” was hit. Rabbi is called, "Punjabi music's true urban balladeer" In college, Rabbi formed a band “Kaffir”. The band used to play in competitions and festival. Rabbi initiated his career by composing for advertisement. He composed for Yamaha RX-T motorbikes. He had many unsuccessful times. Phat Phish Records gave him the opportunity, and he came up with ‘Rabbi’ which was a major hit.

Relying on the music video, he had a hit song "Bulla Ki Jaana". Songs on the album written and composed by himself except the hit song "Bulla Ki Jana". It is based on the poetry of Baba Bulleh Shah; he entered Bollywood with his another hit song 'Dilli' in the movie, Delhi Heights.[5] Rabbi came with his second album Avengi Ja Nahin in October 2008 under very famous Yashraj Music. The album deals with issues such as social responsibility, and the need for “collective morality. It contained nine songs. He also sang one of the hit song written by Gulzar and composed by A.R Rehman for the Yash’s Chopra last and romantic film Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012). He also sang for MTV unplugged. He has released his third album ‘III’ and fans are waiting for his next album.

K Shailendra Hindi Actor

K Shailendra

K Shailendra is a playback singer who was associated with a singing reality show ‘K For Kishore’, a singing contest held on Sony television channel in the year 2007-08. His real name is Sonu. But since there is another playback singer in the name of Sonu Nigam, the aspiring singer changed his name to Shailendra which was picked from his favorite Hindi film lyricist Shailendra. Since Sonu was singing for ‘K For Kishore’ contest, he added K before his name and got screen adaptation name as K. Shailendra. He was one of the outshine challengers in ‘K For Kishore’ program and won the final round but could not reach the top. Kishore is from a small town named Jhansi. The show’s aim was to find out at least 12 participants who could match the style of singing of singer Kishore Kumar. He performed on ‘Hazaar Rahein Mud Ke Dekhi', one of Kishore’s best song pictured on Rajesh Khanna. Although legendary singer Kishore Kumar is no more with us, but new generation singers have never failed in experimenting their vocal by singing the legendary singers’ song in many television channel programs. Whether it is a reality show or even a show meant to pay a literary tribute to Kishore Kumar, every generation of singers finds Kishore Kumar as an inspiration. He  later got a break in some Bollywood films as a singer in the year 2012. He turned to singing some devotional songs for the private album. The show (K For Kishore’)had three panels of judges: Kishore  Kumar’s son Amit Kumar, Bollywood composer Bappi Lahiri and singer Sudesh Bhonsle. In addition, the show had many Bollywood celebrities taking the seat as guest judges such as Kishore Kumar’s wife Leena Chandravarkar, actress Asha Parekh, superstar Rajesh Khanna and singers like Asha Bhosle, Alka Yagnik, Kumar Sanu, Vinod Rathod and noted scriptwriter Javed Akhtar. The host of the show was singer Babul Supriyo and national award winning actress Rajeshwari Sachdev.