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Happy Birthday Karan Aujla ! Struggle to Success , Here’s the Full Story !

Happy Birthday Karan Aujhla

Today is Karan Aujla’s Birthday ,his fans, friends and relatives are showering love and blessings on him. People are posting on social media also. So on his special day we will let you some amazing things of Karan Aujla from his struggle to success.

Initial Stage
Firsly, if we talk about Karan Aujla’s initial stage, he lost his father in an accident at very young age and after that his mother died by cancer. Young Karan lost his parents at very young age. His sisters and uncle took care of him and he started writing songs as well.

Started as Lyricist
Once Karan Revieled that, when he was in 9th standard he sang a song on his friend’s sister’s marriage where famous Punjabi Singer Jassie Gill saw him and liked his song very much. Jassie Gill asked for Karan’s and told that he want to sing this song. And the interesting thing is, the song named as ‘Range’ became superhit and Karan Aujla introduced to Punjabi Music industry as a Lyricyst. Aftee that Karan Aujla focused more on writing and Blessings of Baapu penned by Karan and in vocals of Gagan Kokri become also very hit. Till now Karan Aujla’s lyrics are sung by many superhit singers such as Diljit Dosanjh.

Steppen into Singing
After completing his School Karan moved to Canada, where he met Famous Music Director Deep Jandu and Sandeep Rehaan. Karan started singing and never looked back.
Karan’s firsr song Property pf Punjab liked by audiences very much. After that Alcohol song also got popular. Further, Karan Aujla became star and today he is one of the most Famous Punjabi singera. His album BTFU breaks many records and made most famous digital Punjabi star as well. So let us know comment section that what do you find the most amazing thing in Karan Aujla.

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