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Babbu Maan

Other names of Babbu Maan: Tejinder Singh Maan,Khantwala Maan
Punjabi Singer Babbu Maan
  • Gender : Male
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Babbu Maan is an Indian vocalist, actor, film producer and songwriter. He hails from Mohali. Maan's audience is the Punjabi languagepopulation of the world. He launched eight studio albums and six accumulation collections since 1999. He composed screenplays for, acted in and created Punjabi movies and contributed altogether for local and Bollywood motion picture songs.

Maanstarted the NGO named One Hope One Chance that works in Punjab. Surely understood for his particular lyrics, live verse, and electric executions, Maan recorded his initial album named SajjanRumaal De Geya in 1997. Despondent with the completed item, he returned to the planning phase and re-discharged the big part of the melodies in his ensuing collections. In spite of being a newcomer, Maan's first official introduction album titled TuMeri Miss India released and fared well in India and abroadin 1999.

Maan discharged his third music album titled Saaun Di Jhadi in 2001, highlighting a few well-known tunes, for example, Touch Wood, Chan Chanani, Kabza, RaatGuzarlayi, Dil Ta PagalHai. He wrote and voiced for his first movie soundtrack Hawayein where he worked nearby rumored Indian playback artists, JaspinderNarula, and Sukhwinder Singh Sukhwinder Singh, an asset to the Bollywood Music >> Read More... in 2003.

Maan discharged his fourth collection of songs OhiChannOhiRataan in 2004, trailed by Pyaas Pyaas is an Urdu-language TV show broadcast on Geo >> Read More... in 2005, a top of the line Punjabi dialect album of the time. BabbuMaanpresented his first Hindi language album entitled MeraGham in 2007, and his initial religious collection Singh Better Than King in 2009. A melody from the last mentioned, Baba Nanak, a response to counterfeit holy people and evangelists in Punjab, caused different discussions about the developing marvel in the state.

On 4 July of 2013, Maan discharged Talaash: In Search Of Soul, his first Punjabi business music collection after eight years. All through his vocation, Maan released various singles from different assemblage with Chamkila Singh, Sardar, and UchiyanImartan being the most prominent to date. Notwithstanding Hawayein, Maan loaned his voice for Punjabi motion picture DilTainuKardaAePyar and Wagah and also for Bollywood creations BiwiAur Gangster, VaadaRaha, Saheb, Crook, and Titoo MBA.

He performed in sold-out shows crosswise over the Middle East, Asia, North America, Australasia, and Europe. In 2014, Maan was a champ of four World Music Awards like World's Best Indian Album for Talaash: In Search of Soul, World's Best Indian Male Artist, World's Best Indian Entertainer and Indian Live Act. BabbuMaan appeared as a supporting character in Hawayein, a movie in light of the 1984 enemy of Sikh uproars in 2003.

Albeit prohibited in India, the motion picture was a win abroad. In 2006, Maan featured in his first Punjabi movie as the lead in Rabb Ne BanaiyanJodiean. Disappointed with specific scenes and the destiny of the film, Maan came back to frame with Hashar in 2008. He has since composed, created and acted in his home-developed movies Desi Romeos, Ekam and Hero Hitler in Love. Maan is an accomplice in Maan Films Pvt. Ltd, and in 2010, built a movie set called Ishqpura in his local town.

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Babbu Maan, born Tejinder Singh Maan on March 29, 1975, in Khant Maanpur village, Fatehgarh Sahib district, Punjab, is a versatile Indian artist known for his contributions as a singer-songwriter, music director, actor, and film producer. Initiating his artistic journey with the 1997 album "Sajjan Rumaal De Geya," Babbu Maan has released eight studio albums and six compilation albums, catering primarily to the Punjabi-speaking audience worldwide. Beyond music, he has ventured into acting, screenwriting, and film production, leaving a lasting impact on both regional and Bollywood film soundtracks.

Babbu Maan entered the film industry with the 2003 film "Hawayein," addressing the sensitive topic of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Despite facing a ban in India, the film achieved international success. Subsequent Punjabi films like "Rabb Ne Banaiyan Jodiean" (2006), "Hashar: A Love Story" (2008), and his productions like "Ekam," "Hero Hitler in Love," and "Desi Romeos" further solidified his presence in the cinematic realm. In addition to his entertainment career, Babbu Maan is recognized for his philanthropy, serving as the ambassador for the non-profit organization "One Hope, One Chance" in Punjab, and actively contributing to charitable causes.

Babbu Maan's musical journey reflects his evolution as an artist, from his debut album to later successes like "Pyaas" (2005) and "Talaash: In Search of Soul" (2013). His accolades include winning the "Best International Artist" award at the Brit Asia TV Music Awards in 2010 and securing four World Music Awards in 2014. Beyond entertainment, Babbu Maan delved into entrepreneurship by launching his clothing brand, "The Babbu Maan Store," which has expanded with over 20 stores across Punjab, India. In 2018, he showcased his acting prowess in the film "Banjara," shedding light on the challenging lives of truck drivers. Babbu Maan's dedication to various artistic and entrepreneurial pursuits defines a diverse and impactful career that resonates with audiences across Asia, Australasia, Europe, North America, and the Middle East.


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