Jaidev Kumar

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Jaidev Kumar
OriginDelhi, India
Occupation(s)Record producer, music director, musician, composer
Years active1999–present
Associated actsJasbir Jassi, Harbhajan Mann, Gurdas Maan, Sardool Sikander, Gippy Grewal, Rabbi Shergill, Babbu Maan, Inderjit Nikku and Amrinder Gill

Jaidev Kumar (Hindi: जयदेव कुमार) is an Indian musician and producer,[1] who was born in Delhi but who moved to Mumbai in 2000. Kumar is the music king for the Punjabi industry.[citation needed] He has been working for Punjabi music industry since 1999. His Nation wide hit first album was Dil Lai Gayi. He is the son of music director K Panna Lal. Presently he is staying in Mumbai, India with wife Simerjit Kumar and a daughter Neeshitaa kumar.

Early life[edit]

When Kumar was 5 or 6 years old, his father died and then his family had no relations with music. After some years his sister married ghazal singer Chandan Dass. Kumar started to play guitar with Dass. He did lots of work for DD1. His first teacher was Chote Lal. He started music in 1986. He also played guitars for hotels. Kumar was an assistant to Charanjit Ahuja. Jaidev has a Daughter Neeshitaa Kumar.

Filmography as music producer[edit]

Albums as music producer[edit]


  1. ^ "Music justifies the story of our film: Jaidev Kumar". Punjab News Express. 29 September 2015. Retrieved 20 November 2017.

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