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RUPINDER HANDA RELEASING A SONG IN THE MEMORY OF SONS OF GURU GOBIND SINGH JI

By Geetika Raleh . 22nd December 2018 08:00pm

The platforms provided to the talented and the skilled people in the form of reality shows is a great source for them to rise to fame and get recognition. Many Punjabi artists who are famous today entered the field of entertainment with the help of reality shows. And one such talented singers who got recognition from a reality show’s platform is Rupinder Handa.

She got fame and name after she won ‘Awaz Punjabi Di’ season-1. She won the show along with Roshan Prince. After this massive win, the singer never looked back.

The singer’s last track was ‘Queen Of Sardar’, in which she was all love and praising her husband. And also not to forget to mention the time he takes to set those handlebar mustaches of his.


Now some days ago the singer announced about her upcoming song titled ‘Careless’. The lyrics of the song have been written by Amar Virk, and the song is being presented by Saga Music. Harry Singh and Preet Singh have done the music of the song and Arpan Bawa has given the music to the song.

We were waiting for the song to release but Rupinder took to her official Instagram account and announced that she will be releasing an all-new track before the release of her song ‘Careless’.

She posted a video of announcing the same and said,

Chote sahibzadia di yaad vich ohna nu samarpat geet nal haziri lawa rahi han “ DAADI DE LAAL “ . Aj sham 5 waje poster share kar rhi han. Eh geet nu record karde hoye akhaa namm ho gyiya c . Umeed hai tuhade dil vich v eh jagah bnayega 🙏

The name of the song is ‘Daadi De Laal’. The lyrics of the song have been written by Deepa Bandala and music has been given by JB.


She is releasing this song especially during this week because it was during this week that the sons of Guru Gobind Singh Ji were bricked into the wall.

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