The famous Punjabi singer Tejinder Singh Maan aka Babbu Maan turns 43 today. He is also known as Khantwala Maan as he hails from Khant Maanpur of district Fatehgarh Sahib. Started his career in 1999 as a singer, Babbu Maan has 14 music albums under his name. Not only a singer, he is a great actor, lyricist, music director, and screenwriter. His first album Tu Meri Miss India won hearts in India and abroad even though he was a newcomer. His songs have connected well with the society as he based them on issues related to people.
These are his Top 5 songs that will take you to a trip down the memory lane:
1. Pind Pehra Lagda
Babbu Maan sang pind pehra lagda
for his first album ‘ Tu Meri Miss India’ which was released in the year 1999. It went on to become one of his greatest hits. It greatly connected with the youth by showing how there were restrictions for the then youth in love.
2. Mittran Di Chhatri
Mittran di chhatri
grabbed attention and got great love from the young audience who lost their love to infidelity. The song was a part of the album ‘Pyaas’ which was released in the year 2005. It later became one of the most played songs in the parties.
3. Pakki Kanak
As ‘Pyaas’ was a big hit, there was another song from the album that won hearts. Pakki Kanak
is Babbu Maan’s biggest hit. He got love not only for his song but also for his charm in the song.
4. Mere Dil Vich
Babbu Maan has sung songs from different genres. Besides romantic, he has also sung sad songs that captivated his listeners. Mere Dil Vich
was one such song that could heal the broken hearts. It was a part of the album ‘Forever Babbu Maan’ that was released in 2009.
Babbu Maan has contributed to Bollywood as well. His Bollywood fanbase increased, credits to the song Challa
in the movie Crook (2010) starring Emraan Hashmi and Neha Sharma. The song made people groove on its beat.
Babbu Maan is the first Punjabi singer to win Best Male Award in Daf BAMA music awards 2017 which shows his remarkable position in the Punjabi music industry.
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