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HARBHAJAN MANN HONOURED FOR 'CLEAN SONGS' AT PARLIAMENT OF ENGLAND

By Vivek Bhaji . 31st March 2018 05:40pm
HARBHAJAN MANN HONOURED FOR 'CLEAN SONGS' AT PARLIAMENT OF ENGLAND

Prominent Punjabi singer Harbhajan Mann has been honoured in Parliament of England for contributing in the field of Music cinema Folkfore. This happened during the ongoing controversies between authorities and present Punjabi singers, requesting for keeping clean lyrics in their songs. [caption id="attachment_32988" align="alignnone" width="960"]Harbhajan Mann Harbhajan Mann honoured in Parliament of England for singing 'clean songs'
Image Credits: Harbhajan Mann/ Facebook[/caption] Mann sang in front of dignitaries as well. His wife accompanied him for the honour. In love with the land of Punjab, his connectivity towards his birthplace is clearly expressed through his famous songs like Jee Aayan Nu, Babul Meri Guddiyan, Mai Wari, Karke Desh Began, Jag Jeondeyan de mele, Mawan-Mawan and more. Through such songs, not only he but also his fans remained connected to the archival place, Punjab. Mann has recently released his song 'Kangan', which received the good response. But, a song like this seems very rare in present. Talking about the current scenario of Punjab music industry, he shared, "Unfortunately, today, musicians pay more attention to the production of the song than on the melody and lyrics. This has, in turn, diminished the emotional appeal that Punjabi music had." [caption id="attachment_32993" align="alignnone" width="960"]Harbhajan Mann Harbhajan Mann sharing his words on being honoured
Image Credit: Harbhajan Mann/ Facebook[/caption] Moreover, the singer also talked about his journey and struggles to establish his name. After being honoured, an ecstatic man thanked the Parliament members and said that he will always endeavour to do great for Punjabi music. He shared about his upcoming projects. Actor and singer Mann is again working with Punjabi Director Manmohan Singh after the duo's blockbuster hits- Jee Aayan Nu, 2002, Asa Nu Maan Watna Da, 2004, Mera Pind, 2008, Mitti Wajaan Maardi, and Dil Apna Punjabi, 2006. Mann has posted about his ongoing concert in Birmingham.