Gurnazar is a Haryana lad from Kurukshetra. He received his education from the prestigious “DAV College” in Kurukshetra. Later, he pursued higher education at the “SD College” to study music. He belongs to a Sikh family, although other details are unknown.
During his school years, Gurnazar was a sports fanatic. He favored roller skating to cricket and football, unlike his peers. In just a few years, he earned 80 medals, including three for setting world records.
He set his first record in 2010 while skating for the Haryana roller-skating team. Gurnazar played the longest continuous outdoor game (inline hockey) for 30 hours. In 2012, After his team broke the first record by playing inline hockey continuously for 50 hours, he set his third world record. While, his second world record was earned in speed skating, covering 720 km in 30 hours.
Gurnazar's decision to work as a skating tutor at a local school was no surprise. However, His love of skating was swiftly overshadowed by his love of music.
Gurnazar and his friends established the” Green Chorus,” a seven-piece band. The band continued to compete in various reality shows and tournaments. Eventually, they won Channel V's “Nokia India Fest LaunchPad (2014).” The band received invitations to perform at college festivals and concerts. The "Green Chorus" became a landmark at Chandigarh's exclusive hotels.
The lead vocalist has also worked as a solo playback singer. He provided his voice to the songs “Avega Mahi” and “Yaaran Da Kaatchup” title track from the Punjabi film “Yaaran Da Kaatchup,” released in 2014.
Gurnazar and his friends named their band "Ram Bharose.” They didn't practice much, as they were completely reliant on God. But, much to their surprise, the band won the “Zonal Competition” and qualified for the finals in Goa. In Goa, the band met some veteran singers from the band "Green Chorus." Gurnazar joined the round after the tournament. In the belt, he improved his musical sense. He still performs with his band at Satva, Sector 26 on Wednesdays, and 10 Downing Street on Sundays. Gurnazar is now a solo artist. He received his first break with the title track from the movie "Yaaran Da Katchup," starring Harrdy Sandhu, , and Yuvi.
Gurnazar wished to record a song initially, but he couldn't afford it. He then searched for folks who could record songs for little more than Rs. 2000. He was lucky to receive his first song recorded for free. Then Nazar and his mates borrowed a friend's digital camera for the song video. Finally, they began recording the footage. They uploaded the music video on YouTube after editing the movie. They also shared the video by emailing people personally. YouTube and Facebook were new trends at the time.