Mankirt Aulakh

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Mankirt Aulakh
Born (1990-10-02) 2 October 1990 (age 28)
Fatehabad, Haryana, India
Genres
Occupation(s)Singer, actor
Years active2013-present
LabelsSpeed Records, Saga Hits, RMG music
Associated actsDesi Routz , Himanshi Khurana, Parmish Verma, DJ Flow, Singaa, Deep Kahlon
Websitemankirtaulakh.com

Mankirt Aulakh is an Indian Punjabi singer and actor. He was born in Haryana, India.

Early life[edit]

He was born into a Jat Sikh family in the village Behbalpur in the district of Fatehabad in the Indian state of Haryana. He stated that his family moved there in the 1900s and was originally from taran-tarn district in Punjab. He has an older brother named ravsher Aulakh.He graduated from DAV college and was initially a kabaddi player, but a ligament injury in his knee forced him to stop. He decided to try singing, and after his debut songs he recovered his physique over two years. His next two songs, "Jugaadi jatt" and "Gallan mithiyan", were well received, leading to a small role in the Punjabi film Main teri tu mera starring Roshan Prince and Jazz Sodhi. His recent in "kamli" with lyrics provided by Veet baljit and Kammy grewal featuring Roopi Gill.

Career[edit]

He considers Punjabi film industry legend Guggu Gill as his role model.

Aulakh made his debut with the song "Darshan Karke", released on 22 November 2013. The music was written by DJ Sanj. After that, he made the song "Kaka Ji", released February 2014 by Speed Records. The lyrics were written by Preet Judge and the music was written by Gupz Sehra. This song proved key in Mankirt’s career. He then released more songs: "Pub Ch Boliyan", "Disco Ch Bhangra", "Versace", "Tere Bina", "Aggi Teri Maa", "Jugaadi Jatt", "Gallan Mithiyan", "Jatt Da Blood", "Munda Guggu Gill Warga", "Harley 7 Lakh Da", "Charda Siyaal", "Choorhey Wali Baah", "Kadar", "Badnam", "Daang", "Khayal", "Kuwari", "Jail", "Chandigarh and Daru Band". Some songs, like "Jatt Di Clip" and "Youth", Aulakh released on his YouTube channel. His song "Brotherhood", released by Saga Hits, was a hit along with "Majbooriyan" which featured Neseebo Lal.

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