Singer Guru Randhawa, who is known for foot-tapping numbers like "Ban ja rani", "High Rated Gabru", "Lahore" and "Suit Suit", says his journey from a small village to big cities is a blessing. Born on August 30, 1991, and from Gurdaspur, Punjab his recent track "Lahore" made a spot on the Billboard Top 25 on YouTube. The songster is all excited about his latest purchase which is a brand new Mercedes car. The singer tweeted with an image sitting in the rear seat of his new car and quoted;
My journey from a village to big cities is such a blessing. I still remember we never knew that Mercedes, BMW are car brands too. We in our village only knew about Maruti, Tata Sumo and this was in 1998, 2002. But Mercedes seems nice when you earn it.https://twitter.com/GuruOfficial/status/960104195486552064 After creating a special space in Pollywood singer Guru Randhawa has created a unique image in the B-town music world. The ‘High Rated’ hitmaker is being adored at a pan India level without a doubt. Indians from the non-Punjabi speaking states listening to Punjabi songs these days have credited Guru for their interest in Punjabi songs. Randhawa's song "High Rated Gabru" will be featured in the "Nawabzaade" movie.