Amar Sajaalpuri Wikipedia details | Biography | gallan hundiya Singer

Amar sajaalpuri is Punjabi singer and song writer born as Amarvir singh mandair on 10th march 1990 in the village Sajawalpur, Shaheed Bhagat Singh nagar (Nawan Shehar) in the house of S. Satnam Singh Mandair and S. Jasvir Kaur Mandair. He has one brother, Gaganvir Singh Mandair. He has studied at Adarsh Bal Vidyalaya, Nawanshaher. In 2006, he moved to Italy, where he completed his diploma in hotel management. He started his career with his first song ‘Meri Tanhai’ in 2011.

Amar Sajaalpuri Wikipedia details | Biography | gallan hundiya Singer

Amar Sajaalpuri Wikipedia details | Biography | gallan hundiya Singer

He released his first debut album in June 2012 named as “Red Alert” music provided by the Da Muzical Doctorz for this album. The video of the song ‘Dao utte zindagi’ was super hit and other video from the album ‘Keeday Pange’ is also appreciated by the people.

Amar Sajaalpuri Wikipedia details | Biography | gallan hundiya Singer

Biography and personal information

Birth name:         Amarvir Singh Mandair

Born:                   March 10, 1990 (age 25)

Origin:                 Village Sajawal Pur, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar, Punjab, India

Genres:                Punjabi, Bhangra, Romantic, Pop

Occupation(s):    Singer, Songwriter

Years active:       2011-Present

Labels:                 Movie box (United Kingdom)

Marital Status:    Unmarried

Religion:             Sikh

Nationality:        Indian

Education:          Adarsh Bal vidyalaya, Nawan shehar, Hotel management course

Amar Sajaalpuri Wikipedia details | Biography | gallan hundiya Singer

Amar Sajaalpuri Wikipedia details | Biography | gallan hundiya Singer

Albums by Amar Sajaalpuri

2012          RED ALERT

Single tracks by Amar Sajaalpuri

  • Meri Tanhai
  • Dass ki karan
  • Dill mange more
  • Lapata
  • Akhbaar
  • Ronda hai dil
  • Jad tu hi nai
  • Tichran
  • Be mine(new song)

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