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6 UNKNOWN FACTS ABOUT THE MOST ELIGIBLE MUSIC COMPOSER OF PUNJABI INDUSTRY 'THE BOSS'

By Siddharth Singh . 12th August 2018 11:30pm
6 UNKNOWN FACTS ABOUT THE MOST ELIGIBLE MUSIC COMPOSER OF PUNJABI INDUSTRY 'THE BOSS'

Sahil Sharma a.k.a 'The Boss' is, without doubt, one of the most talented music composers of the ever-flourishing Punjabi music industry. His biggest inspirations from the industry are 'Charanjit Ahuja', Sukhshinder Shinda and music band True School. This Abohar lad had also forced the Prime Minister of India to share out his beats after his massive win in 2014 general elections. The music composer is known for his prominent beats like, 'Gal Jattan Wali', 'Desi Da Recard' and much more. Today is his birthday and here we present you; 6 UNKNOWN FACTS ABOUT THE MOST ELIGIBLE MUSIC COMPOSER OF POLLYWOOD


6. 'The Boss' is trained in 7+ instruments. His expertise includes Tumbi, Harmonium, Dhol, Tabla, Tud, Keyboard, Guitar and more.

5. 'The Boss' ~ the full form of his name stands for 'Beats Of Sahil Sharma'


4. Other than MA in Music he also holds three other major degrees and that too with distinction. These are B.Com, M.Com and MBA Marketing.

[caption id="attachment_22106" align="alignnone" width="704"] THE BOSS, SECOND FROM RIGHT[/caption]

3. He is the composer of multi starrer track Punjab Di Beauty No.1 by Godrej which included stars like Kaur B, Ninja, Kulwinder Billa, and Ranjit Bawa which was directed by prominent helmer Baljinder Singh Mahant.


2. The Boss has also composed the title track for India's first Punjabi movie channel 'Pitaara', which is also a multi starrer track and includes, Gippy Grewal, Ammy Virk, Sunanda Sharma, Harddy Sandhu, Jassi Gill, and Ninja.

[caption id="attachment_22105" align="alignnone" width="681"] DURING THE SHOOT OF TITLE TRACK ~ PITAARA[/caption]

1. 'Modi Game Lagya' a track that forced even Prime Minister Modi to shake to the beat and officially share it on his Twitter account. The track featured singer Nishwan Bhullar and was penned down by Sulakhan Cheema. It was a Pan-India hit track.