Tejinder Singh Maan, also known as Babbu Maan, is a Punjabi musician, actor, and producer. Babbu Maan has wanted to be an artist since he was a child, performing on event for the first time just at age of 7 during such a formal event in his village school. He’d look at everything with the perspective of a musician, even transforming frying utensils into musical instruments while making rhythmic notes. Babbu Maan is the son of Babu Singh Maan and Kulbir Kaur, and was born in Punjab. Rupie and Jassi are his two sisters. Harmandeep Kaur Maan is the musician’s husband.
Babbu Maan was born in a small village of Khant Maanpur in the Fatehpur Sahib Punjab province on March 29, 1975. Babbu Maan’s age is 46. He has always been enthralled by music, and it has been his passion since infancy that has propelled him to the professional standard of singing. He learnt to compose music as an undergraduate at Punjab University in Chandigarh, where he had always intended to be a vocalist. He seems to be the only Punjabi musician who writes his own lyrics and composes all of the music he performs. His melodies are very soul-stirring, and he is a sensation amongst his admirers in Punjab and India.
Babbu Maan is well-known for his unusual music and lyrics, and he is currently one of the finest Punjabi vocalists who has brought Bhangra song a new direction. His melancholy songs are immensely moving and urbane, with synced Punjabi composition that no one has been able to achieve. He is now firmly established as a Punjabi pop artist, songwriter, songwriter, playback vocalist, and actor.
Babbu Maan released his first album, Sajjan Rumall De Geya, in 1998. He didn’t found it good enough to be published, thus his debut official record, Tu Meri Miss India, was officially launched in 1999. The record became a worldwide sensation, not only in India but also in other countries. He had his Hindi musical debut in 2003, singing a song for the Hindi film Hawayein, after proving oneself in the Punjabi music world. He not only sang, but he also composed the lyrics for the songs. With this film, he also began acting. In the film, he plays a secondary role. The film, though, did not have a theatrical release in India but was a big success abroad. He began writing lyrics at the age of sixteen. He became an overnight sensation because to his record Saun Di Jhadi.
In 2004, he published his fourth album, Ohi Chann Ohi Rataan. In 2005, he released Pyaas, which was another blockbuster album. Mittran Di Chhatri, a track from his subsequent album, became highly famous amongst youths. In 2007, he launched his first Hindi record, Mera Gham, then a few years later, he produced his first spiritual album, Singh Better Than King. Mera Gham 2 is his forthcoming album.
He is a shareholder of Maan Films Pvt Ltd, as well as a singer, songwriter, and actor. In addition, he has built a film set in his hometown. Ishqpura is the name of the set. Clickan and Snapchat, two of his most recent tracks, have become hugely famous.
Maan began work during his first playback film, Rabb Ne Banayien Jodeian, in 2006, and the film’s songs were another success for Maan. Mera Gham was a critically acclaimed Hindi song. It mainly consisted of slow romantic and mournful music, with a few popular songs thrown in for good measure. Many people were surprised by the song “Ek Raat/One Night,” yet it has a really appealing tune. Babbu Maan has been in concerts all around the world, including Asia, Australasia, Europe, North America, and the Middle East. Maan won four World Music Awards in 2014 for Talaash: In Search of Soul: Country’s greatest Indian Male Artist, World’s Best Indian Live Act, World’s Best Indian Entertainer, and World’s Best Indian Album.
Maan also featured in a tremendously successful New Year’s special called Aao Saare Nachiye. Part 1 came out in 2008, and Part 2 came out in 2009. Hashar, a film by Maan. A Love Story became his most successful film to date, and the songs were also a blockbuster.
While Babbu Maan attempted to disclose the ‘fake babas’ via his music “Ik Baba Nanak Si” in 2009, he received widespread support from the Sikh community, but then he was also chastised by a few organizations.
In a song performed at a live show in the United Kingdom, he brought into question the martyrs of Lala Lajpat Rai, the iconic freedom fighter.
|Real Name||Tejinder Singh Maan|
|Date of Birth||29 March 1975|
|Birth Place||Vill. Khant, Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab|
|Height||5′ 11″ or 180cm|
|Family||Father Name – Late Babu Singh Maan|
Mother Name – Late Kulbir Kaur
|Wife Name||Harmandeep Kaur Maan|
|Profession||Singer, Lyricist, Actor, Producer, Music Director, Screenwriter|
|School||Government Public School|
|College||Government College in Ropar, Punjab|
Panjab University, Chandigarh
|Qualification||Music Honours, Graduate|
Punjabi Album – Sajjan Rumal De Geya (1998)
Hindi Album – Mera Gham (2007)
Punjabi Film – Hawayein (2003)
|Net Worth||$10 Million|