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Gurdas Maan is a Punjabi singer, songwriter, choreographer, and actor. He was born on January 4, 1957 in Giddarbaha, Muktsar, Punjab, India. He gained national attention in India in 1980 with the song Dil Da Mamala Hai. Since then he has gone on to record over 27 albums and has written over 200 songs. Gurdas Maan is a legendary Punjabi singer and is considered as the heart of Punjab. His top hits have given him worldwide admiration.
Gurdas Maan was born in a Maan family in Gidderbaha Muktsar, Punjab (India). Gurdas Maan was formally educated in Malout. After completing his education there, his parents enrolled him into a further education institute in Patiala. As a keen sports enthusiast Gurdas was fascinated by the National Institute of Sports in the city, this prompted him to join the N.I.S and gain a Masters Degree in Physical Education. He took part in youth festivals organized by various universities and won several awards for his singing and acting, always supported by his friends. He competed in many athletic events and won medals including a bronze at the National Championship as well as achieving a black belt in judo.
In one of his stage plays he performed a song which he had written himself called Dil Da Mamla Hai. The play was seen by a producer of a Jalandhar TV station, the producer who thought the song to have potential approached Gurdas with a proposition for a TV performance of the song to which Gurdas agreed. When the song was aired on December 31, 1980 it gained national attention and Gurdas Maan became a national figure. The overwhelming success of the song attracted the attention of HMV who wanted to record and release the song. It was with HMV that Gurdas eventually released his debut album with a year later in 1981. When Gurdas began his career as a solo performer in India, the music industry was dominated by duet artists and Gurdas reportedly declined many offers to become part of a duet as he wished to perform and become a successful solo artist, since his debut Gurdas has always performed as a solo artist . During his early career he also wrote and directed TV programs such as POP Time for the DoorDarshan Group in Delhi.
1990s and 2000s
Gurdas Maan is often credited with raising Bhangra music from a regional level mostly in the Punjab to gain international recognition. Since its release the massively popular song Apna Punjab has surpassed all of his other songs in terms of popularity and critical acclaim, especially at the Asian Pop and Media Awards held in Birmingham in 1998 where “Apna Punjab” won Best Song and Best Album and Gurdas himself won Best International Artist. This song was originally written by Makhan Brar of Toronto. As Gurdas Maan was performing in concert in Toronto, Makhan Brar reportedly handed the song to Gurdas where he performed it on the spot, it was received well by the audience. Following that Gurdas added a final verse to the song and included it in his forthcoming album. In addition to these awards, Gurdas more recently won three music awards of Best Lyrics (Kudiye), Best Song (Heer), as well as Best Singer of the Year at the ETC Channel Punjabi Music Awards on the March 6, 2005. During a recent radio interview Gurdas revealed to the host, Gagan Grewal, that he was and is an avid supporter of Manchester United football club.
Gurdas Maan is best known as an actor for his remarkable performances in two films: Waris Shah: Ishq da Waris (2006), which was nominated as India's selection for the Academy Awards, and Shaheed-E-Mohabbet (1999), the film which tells the real-life story of Boota Singh. Gurdas also appeared in the hit film Shaheed Udham Singh (2000), in which he played the role of Bhagat Singh, a Sikh man with no prejudices based on religion, caste or creed to which many of his fans and friends testify he is in real life. As a singer Gurdas Maan has worked with music directors such as Laxmikant Pyarelal, Bappi Lahiri, Anu Malik, Nadeem Sharvan, Amar Haidipur, Charanjeet Ahuja, and Jaswant Bhanyra .
He also starred alongside Juhi Chawla in the epic Des Hoyaa Pardes (2004), an emotional film illustrating the tragedies faced by the people of Punjab in the 1980s. He adopted the role of a son of a well-respected Jatt (farmer) Gurdev Singh Somal. He falls in love with a high ranking police officer’s daughter. Before the wedding, the father is murdered by separatists. This tale soon twists in to the inevitable demise of Gurshaan (Gurdas Maan). This movie was based on actual events.
Aside from singing in Punjabi, he is fluent in Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Haryanvi and Rajasthani. As an actor he has performed in Punjabi, Hindi and Tamil movies, but as aforementioned above, he is best known for his starring role in Waris Shah - Ishq Daa Waaris, a depiction of the Punjabi poet Waris Shah's during the creation of his epic poem Heer Ranjha, again co-starring Juhi Chawla and Divya Dutta. He also made a special appearance in Veer-Zaara with Shahrukh Khan and Preity Zinta.
He has also appeared in Ucha Dar Babe Nanak Da (1982), Mamla Garbar Hai (1984), Long Da Lishkara (1986), Qurbani Jatt Di (1990), Pratigya (1990), Roohani Taaqat (1991), Saali Adhi Ghar Waali (1992), Wanted: Gurdas Mann Dead or Alive (1994), Kachehri (1994), and Zindagi Khoobsoorat Hai (2002).
Gurdas Maan sang the all-time hit 'Challa' in the film Long Da Lishkara (1986).
His most recent film is Yaariyan, in which he stars alongside Bhumika Chawla, Gulshan Grover, and Om Puri.
In Karnal, Haryana, India on the 20 January 2007 Gurdas was involved in a car accident in which his imported Range Rover SUV was hit and severely damaged by a truck near the town of Madhuban in Haryana. Gurdas escaped with minor injuries on his face, hands and chest. He was subsequently admitted to a Mohali hospital where he was examined by doctors who announced to the press that other than these minor injuries he was unharmed and fully fit.
This is the second car accident Gurdas Maan has been involved in and has escaped with minor injuries. The first accident was a head on collision between Gurdas’ vehicle and another truck on the 9 January 2001 at a village near Rupnagar, Punjab. Unfortunately, in this accident Maan's driver was killed. Gurdas Maan later admitted that his driver asked him to wear seat-belt minutes before the accident. Gurdas Maan believes that if it wasn't for his driver, he would have been dead as well. Later he wrote and sung a song 'Baithi sade naal savari utter gayi' dedicated to his driver, who was also his good friend.
Gurdas is married and has one son Gurik who has done his schooling from Yadavindra Public School, Patiala.He also studied at Eton College in Eton, Berkshire and introduced the Indian game of Kabbadi and actually taught Prince William how to play
* Des Hoya Pardes (2004) ( 6 )
* Gurdas Maan - Boot Polishan (Jan 2008) ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Aaja Sajna ( 7 )
* Gurdas Mann - Akar Aai Jandi Hai ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Akhiyaan Udeek Dian ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Best Of Gurdas Mann ( 10 )
* Gurdas Mann - Best Of Gurdas Mann Vol 2 ( 10 )
* Gurdas Mann - Best Of Gurdas Mann Vol 3 ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Chakkar ( 9 )
* Gurdas Mann - Chaklo Chaklo ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Chugliyaan ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Dance With Gurdas Mann ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Dil Da Badshah ( 7 )
* Gurdas Mann - Dil Hona Chahida Jawan ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Disco Wichari ( 7 )
* Gurdas Mann - Dukhan Nu Bana Ke Apna (April 2009) ( 12 )
* Gurdas Mann - Forever Gurdas Mann (5 CD Set) ( 60 )
* Gurdas Mann - Geetan Bhari Patari ( 7 )
* Gurdas Mann - Ghar Bhul Gaye Morh Te Aake ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Gurdas Mann In The Mix ( 6 )
* Gurdas Mann - Gurdas Mann Remix ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Heer ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Hits Of Gurdas Mann ( 11 )
* Gurdas Mann - Ishk Ishk ( 7 )
* Gurdas Mann - Ishq Da Giddha ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Ishq Ishq Remix ( 9 )
* Gurdas Mann - Ishq Na Dekhe Zaat ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Jadugariyan ( 9 )
* Gurdas Mann - Khedan De Din Chaar ( 9 )
* Gurdas Mann - Kurian Ne Judo Sikh La ( 9 )
* Gurdas Mann - Larh Geya Pecha ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Mamla Garbar Hai ( 13 )
* Gurdas Mann - Masti ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Munda Jee Jee Bolda Remix ( 10 )
* Gurdas Mann - Nach Babeyo ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Peer Tere Jaan Di ( 7 )
* Gurdas Mann - Peerh Prahoni ( 7 )
* Gurdas Mann - Punjeeri ( 9 )
* Gurdas Mann - Pyar Kar Le ( 9 )
* Gurdas Mann - Sad Songs Of Gurdas Mann ( 10 )
* Gurdas Mann - Solid Gold (2 CDs) ( 21 )
* Gurdas Mann - Takleefan ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Teri Khair Hove ( 12 )
* Gurdas Mann - The Remix ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - The Very Best of Gurdas Maan ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Vilayatan ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Wah Ni Jawaniye ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Wanted Dead or Alive ( 8 )
* Gurdas Mann - Yaar Mera Pyar ( 8 )
* Long Da Lishkara (Punjabi Soundtrack) ( 6 )
* Waris Shah (Movie) (2006) ( 8 )
* Yaariyan (Gurdas Mann Movie) (Dec 2007) ( 8 )