Guru Randhawa

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Guru Randhawa
Guru Randhawa at the launch of MTV Unplugged Season 8 (cropped).jpg
Randhawa at the launch of MTV Unplugged Season 8
Born
Gursharanjot Singh Randhawa

(1991-08-30) 30 August 1991 (age 30)
NationalityIndian
Occupation
Years active2012–present
Musical career
Genres
Labels
Websitegururandhawa.com

Gursharanjot Singh Randhawa (born 30 August 1991) is an Indian singer, songwriter and music composer associated with Punjabi, Bhangra, Indi-pop and Bollywood music.[2][1] He is known for songs like Lahore, High Rated Gabru, Ishare Tere", and "Tere Te".[2][3][4][5] Guru Randhawa's debut single was Same Girl in collaboration with Arjun.[6]

Biography[edit]

Randhawa was born as Gursharanjot Singh Randhawa on 30 August 1991,[7] in Noorpur, Dera Baba Nanak tehsil in Gurdaspur district.[8] He started by doing small shows in Gurdaspur and then began performing in Delhi, at small parties and functions.[1] While staying in Delhi, Randhawa completed his MBA.[9] He was named "Guru" by the rapper Bohemia who would shorten his full name while on stage.[10]

Career[edit]

2012–2014: Beginnings[edit]

Randhawa started his music journey in December 2012 with a song named "Same Girl"[11] with Arjun who was the first person to take Randhawa in his own video. However, the song was not so successful for both the artists. In 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 got success. The songs were "Khali Bottlan", "My Jugni", "Maa", "Na Na Na Na Na", "Pyaar Wale Test", "Modern Thumka", and "Billo On Fire".

2015–2016: Popular in cultures[edit]

Bohemia, who was a well-wisher of Guru, requested T-Series to launch the young artist on their channel. Then they collaborated in the song "Patola". This song gathered more than 368 Million views across YouTube. "Patola" also got the award for best Punjabi Duo. Further he sang with Ikka Singh in the songs "Outfit" and "Khat".[12] In 2016, Randhawa gave four blockbuster songs. He released "Yaar Mod Do" with Millind Gaba again on the label T-Series in January. The motive of the project was to show true friendship and it did and collected more than 252 million YouTube views. In the month of April, Randhawa dropped the song "Tu Meri Rani" on his own YouTube channel. This song also featured the rapper, Haji Springer. One of his most popular songs, "Suit" was released in 2016. It was Guru's second collaboration with Arjun. It currently holds 478 million views on YouTube. In September, he collaborated with Rajat Nagpal and released a song named Fashion on T-Series. The song holds more than 254 million views on YouTube currently.[citation needed]

2017–present[edit]

In 2017, Randhawa released an emotional track named "Taare" chocolate for Juhi 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.[13][14][15][16] 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 1.1 billion and 1 billion views on T-Series' official YouTube channel respectively.[17][18][19] In 2018 "Lahore" won Track of the Year at the Brit Asia TV Music Awards, where Randhawa also won Best Male Act.[20] His first international collaboration was "Slowly Slowly" featuring Pitbull, released on 19 April 2019.[21][22][23] 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.[5]

In 2019, Randhawa turned producer with Punjabi language film Tara Mira starring Ranjit Bawa and Nazia Hussan, directed by Rajiev Dhingra.[24] In 2020, Guru made his second international collaboration "Surma Surma" with British artist Jay Sean.[25] 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. 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 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".

In 2021 He started with "Mehendi Wale Haath" that was loved very much by his fans after that "Doob Gaye" become very popular that crosses 50 million views in 3 days of release. and on 14 July 2021 in history first time the song "Nain Bengali" from India is the first song to cross 70 million views in 24 hrs and 100 million+ views in 50 hrs. Now the song "Aise Na Chhoro" is trending on YouTube.[26][27]

Media[edit]

Guru was ranked in The Times Most Desirable Men at No. 23 in 2018.[28]

He was also ranked in the Chandigarh Times Most Desirable Men at No. 4 in 2019 and No. 6 in 2020.[29]

Discography[edit]

Denotes songs that have not yet been released

Albums[edit]

Year Song Music Composer(s) Writer(s) Tracks Language(s) Music Label Ref
2013 Page One Sacch, Paivvy Guru Randhawa 10 Punjabi Page1 Records
2022 Unstopabble Guru Randhawa, Vee Guru Randhawa 7 Punjabi /Hindi T-Series

Singles[edit]

Denotes songs that have not yet been released
Year Song Music Composer(s) Writer(s) Language(s) Co-Singers Notes Ref
2013 "AK 47" Kuwar Virk Guru Randhawa Punjabi [30]
2012 "Same Girl" Preet Hundal [citation needed]
2013 "Chhad Gayi" Musical Doctorz [31]
"Dardan Nu" Sachh From Album - Page One [32]
"Southall" Paivy [33]
"I Like You" Guru Randhawa, Paivy [34]
2015 "Patola" Preet Hundal Guru Randhawa, Sabi Bohemia Breakthrough Track [35]
"Outfit" Guru Randhawa, Ikka [36]
"Khat" Intense Ikka Ikka [37]
2016 "Fashion" Rajat Nagpal Guru Randhawa [38]
"Yaar Mod Do" Millind Gaba Guru Randhawa, Millind Gaba Millind Gaba [39]
"Tu Meri Rani" Haji Springer Haji Springer [40]
2017 "Taare" Rajat Nagpal Guru Randhawa [41]
"Suit" Intense Guru Randhawa, Arjun Arjun [42]
"High Rated Gabru" Guru Randhawa, Manj Musik Guru Randhawa Hindi / Punjabi 1 Billion+ Views on YouTube [43]
"Lahore" Guru Randhawa, Vee Music 1 Billion+ Views on YouTube [44]
2018 "Raat Kamaal Hai" Guru Randhawa Tulsi Kumar Featuring Khushali Kumar [45]
"Made in India" Guru Randhawa, Vee [46]
"Ishare Tere" Guru Randhawa Dhvani Bhanushali [47]
"Aaja Ni Aaja" Guru Randhawa, Kuwar Virk Punjabi For film "Mar Gaye Oye Loko" [48]
"Downtown" Guru Randhawa, Vee Music [49]
"Golimaar" Hindi / Punjabi Lyrical Video [50]
"Tere Te" Vee Ikka Ikka [51]
2019 "Slowly Slowly" DJ Shadow Dubai Guru Randhawa, Pitbull Punjabi / English/ Spanish/ Hindi Pitbull [17]
"Sajan Rus Jave Tan" Guru Randhawa, DJ Shadow Dubai Guru Randhawa Punjabi Unplugged Version [52]
"Ishq Tera" Guru Randhawa Hindi / Punjabi Featuring Nushrat Barucha [53]
"Mueve La Cintura" Pitbull Pitbull, Guru Randhawa English/Hindi/ Spanish/ Punjabi As Featured Artist [54]
"Black" Bunty Bains Bunty Bains Punjabi Featuring Krishna Mukherjee [55]
"Yaari" Guru Randhawa, Vee Music Guru Randhawa Hindi/Punjabi Promotional Song for MacDowells [56]
2020 "Surma Surma" Vee Music Guru Randhawa & Jay Sean Hindi/Punjabi/English Featuring Larrisa Bonessi [57][58]
"Satnam Waheguru" Guru Randhawa Punjabi Devotional Song [59]
"Teri Gali" Barbie Maan As Lyricist and Producer [60]
"Baby Girl" Guru Randhawa Hindi/Punjabi Dhvani Bhanushali [61]
"Naach Meri Rani" Tanishk Bagchi Tanishk Bagchi Nikhita Gandhi Featuring Nora Fatehi [62][63]
2021 "Mehendi Wale Haath" Sachet–Parampara Sayeed Quadri Hindi Featuring Sanjana Sanghi [64]
"Aur Pyaar Karna Hai" Neha Kakkar [65]
"Doob Gaye" B Praak Jaani Featuring Urvashi Rautela [66]
"Nain Bengali" Guru Randhawa Guru Randhawa Hindi/Punjabi/Bengali [67]
"Aise Na Chhoro" Manan Bhardwaj Rashmi Virag Hindi Featuring Mrunal Thakur [68]
"Dance Meri Rani" Tanishk Bagchi Rashmi Virag Hindi Zarah S Khan Featuring Nora Fatehi [69]
2022 "Main Chala" Shabbir Ahmed & Aditya Dev Shabbir Ahmed Hindi Lulia Vantur Featuring Salman Khan
"Punjabiyan Di Dhee" Preet Hundal Guru Randhawa Punjabi Bohemia Featuring Neeru Bajwa

Album song "Unstoppable"

"Tera Saath Ho" Tanishk Bagchi Shabbir Ahmed Hindi Zahrah S Khan Featuring Karan Wahi & Zahrah S Khan
"Designer" Guru Randhawa Guru Randhawa & Yo Yo Honey Singh Punjabi Yo yo honey singh featuring Divya Khosla Kumar

Album song "unstoppable"

Film songs[edit]

Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Song Film Co-singer(s) Composer(s) Writer(s) Note Ref
2017 "Suit Suit" Hindi Medium Arjun Guru Randhawa, Arjun, Rajat Nagpal Arjun, Guru Randhawa Hindi film [70]
"Lagadi Hai Thaay" Simran Jonita Gandhi Sachin–Jigar Vayu [71]
"Ban Ja Rani" Tumhari Sulu Solo Guru Randhawa, Rajat Nagpal Guru Randhawa [72]
2018 "Kaun Nachdi" Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety Neeti Mohan [73]
"Nachle Na" Dil Juunglee [74]
"Patola" Blackmail Solo Guru Randhawa [75]
"High Rated Gabru" Nawabzaade
"High Rated Gabru (Female Version)" Aditi Singh Sharma
"Aaja Ni Aaja" Mar Gaye Oye Loko Solo Guru Randhawa, Kuwar Virk Punjabi film
"Morni Banke" Badhaai Ho Neha Kakkar Tanishk Bagchi Mellow D Hindi film
2019 "Daaru Wargi" Why Cheat India Solo Guru Randhawa Guru Randhawa
"Main Deewana Tera" Arjun Patiala Sachin–Jigar
"Crazy Habibi Vs Decent Munda" Benny Dayal
"Dil Todeya" Diljit Dosanjh Sachin–Jigar, Guru Randhawa
"Enni Soni" Saaho Guru Randhawa, Tulsi Kumar Guru Randhawa Multilingual film
"Ekaantha Tharami" Shakthisree Gopalan, Haricharan Vinayak Sasikumar Malayalam Dubbed version
"Mazhaiyum Theeyam" Madhan Karky Tamil version
"Ye Chota Nuvvunna" Haricharan, Tulsi Kumar Krishna Kanth Telugu version; Multilingual
"Outfit" Ujda Chaman Solo Preet Hundal Guru Randhawa Hindi film
"Ik Gera" Tara Mira Guru Randhawa Promotional song for Punjabi film
"Main Tera Tara Tu Meri Mira" Vee Punjabi film
2020 "Lagdi Lahore Di" Street Dancer 3D Tulsi Kumar Guru Randhawa and Sachin–Jigar Hindi film
"Lahore-in Mangal" Veeramani Kannan Tamil dubbed version of the Hindi film
"Ladki Lahore-u Nundi" Ramajoggaya Shastry Telugu dubbed version of the Hindi film
"Teri Choriyaan " Chhalaang Payal Dev Guru Randhawa-Vee Guru Randhawa, Luv Ranjan Hindi film [76]
2021 "Munde Mar Gaye" Time To Dance Solo Guru Randhawa
Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui 2.0 Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Zahrah S Khan, Jassi Singh Tanishk Bagchi Vayu
2022 "Nain Ta Heere" Jug Jugg Jeeyo Asees Kaur Vishal Shelke Mohd. Khavar, Kumaar
"Nain Ta Heere (Lisa Version)" Lisa Mishra
TBA Thank God
TBA Govinda Mera Naam

Recreated songs[edit]

Filmography[edit]

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

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