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Saturday, December 7, 2013

Harbhajan Mann - A Family Singer ,

We thank  Goldy Sharma, Nick Behal and Lai of Sizzlin Events for organising   such a great event of Harbhajan Mann’s concert  in Australia.

A humble singer and a talented actor, a father to three and a committed husband. Born on 30th December in remote village of Khemuana Bathinda, Punjab.
Harbhajan maan needs no introduction today; his credential is his dedication to Punjabi cinema. Harbhajan Mann is now a loved family name world wide. His down to earth and a homely attitude brings him respect.

Harbhajan Mann, The current Punjabi pop sensation, is one who has seen meteoric rise On Indian cine charts. It is his versatile singing and understanding of Punjabi Music which gives him an edge in this much cluttered Punjabi pop scenario. Harbhajan’s ‘no’ to any kind of violence or nudity in his movies or music videos and his choice of meaningful lyrics brings out true Indian tradition and culture.

His first professional break came to him in 1992 while he was still in Canada with the release of Chithiye Nee Chithiye. The track which was a super hit with the target audiences in Punjab and the Punjab of the West- Southall. Then he realised that the scope for Punjabi vernacular music in Canada was limited, as the audiences were a handful of non resident audience’s .Wanting to harness his potential to the maximum he shifted to back to his motherland India and his roots in Punjab. Since then Mann over the years has released a lots of entertaining music and has enchanted and entertained his fans

1. Chithiye Ne Chithiye (1992)
2. Jag Jeondeyan De Mele (1994)
3. Panth Tere Diyan Goojan (1995) [Religious album W/ Gursewak Mann]
4. Raj Karega Khalsa (1995) [Religious album W/ Gursewak Mann]
5. Vadhaiyan Jee Vadhaiyan (1996)
6. Amrit Da Batta (1999) [Religious album W/ Gursewak Mann]
7. Oye-Hoye (1999)
8. Lala Lala Lala (2000)
9. Haaye Meri Billo (2001)
10. Nachlai (2001)
11. Jee Aayan Nu (Film/2002)

Recently he was in Melbourne for his Jag Jeondeyan De Mele promotion tour Hosted by Goldy Sharma, Nik Behal and Mr.Lalli of . Sizzlin Events They also hosted a Lunch in his honor at Aangan Resturant on Barkly Street in Footscray. Beyond India talks to him regarding his life and profession. Talking to him Mr.Moti Visa (Editor-in-Chief) and I felt in a noble mans company a soft spoken respectable attitude of Mr. Mann was winning us over. While talking to him he told us about his upcoming  Film project Heer Ranjha. It was his dream to make Waris shah’s Heer-Ranja in Punjabi. ”As Heer-Ranja was written in Punjabi by a Punjabi Sufi saint Though the movie produced by Ketan Anand in Hindi was also a very good movie. However Harbhajan Mann always wished that this movie should be made in Punjabi. Neru Bajwa will be his Heer in this Punjabi movie .This movie will be directed by Harjit Singh.

Mr. Mann introduced a new artist Vinay  Buttar (0430131336) one of his students, now living in Melbourne who is a very good singer and asked the community to give him chance while celebrating Lori, Baisakhi and also in marriage etc.

Mr. Harbhajan Mann is a fabulous actor as well as an accomplished dancer. I must state that he is not only a
fabulous singer/actor but also a wonderful human being.

harbhajan mann in his village Khemuana Bathinda Punjab India

harbhajan mann in his village Khemuana Bathinda Punjab India
harbhajan mann in his village Khemuana Bathinda Punjab India

Short bio of Harbhajan Mann ..

Genteel, Down-to-earth, Captivating! That’s what Harbhajan Mann is, who after establishing himself as one of the leading singers in Punjab with his debut album “Chithiye ni chithiye”, made millions of Indians dance to the tunes of the unforgettable, “Oye-hoye”, the world-over and made his mark in acting too!!
Harbhajan Mann Childhood photos, Pictures of Harbhajan man as kids

  1. Harbhajan Mann was born on 30th of December 1965 in village- ‘Khemuana’,  Bathinda to S. Harnek Singh and Late Smt. Dalip Kaur. He has 4 brothers and 3 sisters and he is 6th amongst them.
  2. He got inspired to become a singer when during his childhood he and his brother used to visit local gurudwara in their village. They were truly inspired by ‘Baba Karnail Singh’ there who became his Guru and started teaching him singing.
  3. He shifted to Canada when he was in 6th standard. After shifting there, he started getting light classical training from ‘Shiek Hamed”and “Balbir Singh Bandhu’.
  4. In 1980, while doing his higher schooling in Canada, Harbhajan Mann started singing as an amateur singer and performed in local shows for South Asian community
  5. He started his career as professional singer in 1992 when he was in Punjab and his song “Chithiye Nee Chithiye” was released. This song became hugely popular in Punjab.
  6. After the huge success from “Chithiye Nee Chithiye” , his albums released “Vadhaiyan Jee Vadhaiyan” and the song “Jag Jeondeyan De Mele” released and 1999, got him completely into mainstream singing.
  7. With the help of MTV India and T-series, Harbhajan Mann’s album “Oye Hoye” got awesome success in 1999. And from then he became popular not just in Punjab, but the whole India.
  8. There are around 12 albums under his name and he has also worked with famous music directors such Sukhshinder Shinda, Charanjit Ahuja and Jaidev Kumar. He gave hits like Satrangi Peengh (2003)-a song with his little brother Gursewak Mann, Dil Dol Gaya (2005), Mauj Mastiyan (2007), Nazran Miliyan (2008) and Main Wari Wari (2010)
  9. Harbhajan Mann got into acting and starred, produced and sung in 7 Punjabi films, including ‘Jee Aaya Nu’ (2002), ‘Assa Nu Maan Watna Da’ (2004), ‘Dil Apna Punjabi (2006)’, ‘Mitti Wajaan Maardi (2007)’,  Mera Pind- My Home (2008), Jag Jeondeyan De Mele (2009), Yaara – o – dildaara, Heer-Ranjha (2010) and Just Punjabi (2010.
  10. Harbhajan Mann is married to Harmandeep kaur. He has three kids (2 son and 1 daughter) namely Avkash, Sahar and Meher.
  11. In his free time, he likes to read Punjabi literature, newspapers and spend time with his family.
  12. His favorite book is, “Mera Pind” by Gyani Gurudutt Singh.
  13. He likes the singing of Shauqat Ali Khan from Pakistan.
    harbhajan mann biography,life history of Harbhajan man singer

Friday, December 6, 2013

Harbhajan Mann With His Brother Pics

Dear bro, missing you so much more today..though you're not with us, this day was always special and always will be..August 16th always put a smile on my face as I reflected on our special brotherly bond and because an awesome and unique person named Jasbir Mann was born on this day..deeply miss you and love you forever.....HM.

Harbhajan Mann Hanni Film detailed,review, and photos

according to Wikipedia Haani
Haani is a 2013 Punjabi romantic drama film. The film has been directed by Amitoje Mann & stars Harbhajan Mann, Mehreen Kaleka, Sarbjit Cheema, Anuj Sachdeva, Sonia Mann and Rupan Bal. The cast also includes Shweta, Ashish Duggal, Sardar Sohi, Balwinder Vicky, Rupinder Rupi, Dlkhush, Gurdev Dhillon, Gursharan Mann, Gurbinder Sandhu and others.[1] The film consists of two story lines set in the years 1964 & 2013. The two story lines are told non-linearly & are interwoven with use of match cuts and reflect the themes of love and commitment.

Harbhajan Mann Hanni Film detailed,review, and photos
Harbhajan Mann Hanni Film detailed,review, and photos
Harbhajan Mann Hanni Film detailed,review, and photos
Harbhajan Mann Hanni Film detailed,review, and photos
Harbhajan Mann Hanni Film detailed,review, and photos

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Harbhajan Mann with Sachin Tendulkar Pics images

Salute to Sachin for wonderful memories in the world of cricket and for he is a great human being. Wishing him well for his life beyond cricket......HM
 Harbhajan mann with sachin Tendulkar photos,amazing Pics Harbhajan Mann MEET With Indian Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar
 Harbhajan mann with sachin Tendulkar photos,amazing Pics Harbhajan Mann MEET With Indian Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar

Friday, August 30, 2013

Harbhajan Mann Routine life and Showsconcert, His likeness and dislikenes

 HE IS surprisingly soft spoken, Harbhajan Mann of Haaye Meri Billo and Oye Hoye fame. Over lunch at Le Meridien's Pakwan he gets rather emotional when he talks about Punjab and shares the pain of separation with parents, whose children have gone abroad in search of new pastures.

"Punjab ki mitti se khushboo aati hai" - nostalgically Harbhajan remembers and longs for his beloved Punjab.  Born in Bhatinda and educated in Vancouver, 36-year-old Harbhajan has been performing for over a decade and caters to a mixed audience ranging from children to adults.  What does he sing? In Punjab, "anything goes, as the language is fully understood, while in Delhi, I have to turn to Indipop, more dance like music and abroad it is always pure Punjabi," he informs us while ordering his food at Pakwan, Le Meridien's Indian restaurant.  Pakwan's North West Frontier cuisine is rather popular, more so for dinner and ghazals, Chicken Tikkas and Lamb Chops, Tandoori Prawns and Masala Fried Fish, Roghanjosh and roti. But given a choice Harbhajan prefers vegetarian food, so we opt for the restaurant's vegetarian preparations.  Vegetable Jalfarezi and roti seems more than enough for Harbhajan, though as an afterthought, the Shahi Paneer and Masala Mushrooms are added on. 

The slim and trim pop singer likes to keep a check on his food intake and doesn't believe in binging. "With a hectic travel schedule like mine, I just cannot eat heavy rich food," he says. Harbhajan tours with his dedicated 13-member band of musicians be it in Amritsar or Australia.  An average concert performance is anywhere between two to four hours, finishing late into the night. Often he drives into the night, not waiting till daybreak, in case he has a show the next day. On such occasions, Harbhajan is pretty much at home and content with dal-roti at a Meerut `dhaba'. 

He recalls his tour of Andhra Pradesh, where he noticed `North Indian dhaba food' signs liberally sprinkled across the highways.  Woolgulga, a six-hour drive out of Sydney is famous for its humungous growth of bananas, in fact the largest amount in Australia.  Harbhajan remembers it for another reason: This has been his most memorable concert till date. "It was during the early days of my career, after three hours I ran out of songs to sing, but the delightful I500 strong Indian community didn't give up to go home. They repeatedly asked for more, more and more! I ended up repeating everything, performing for five hours instead of three."  Harbhajan's versatile lyrics have a lot of depth and meaning in them, violence and trashy crowd pullers are a definite no-no for him. Some of his songs spread the message against dowry and drugs. True Indian culture and tradition, language and land are what people miss, so this singer belts out catchy Punjabi lyrics that have turned out to be extremely popular in India as well as abroad. Harbhajan is bent on globe trotting, specifically to places where there is a sizeable Punjabi community. Canada, US, UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Norway are some of the countries where his concerts have taken place.  "Jee Aayan Nu", the love story and sentiments of two families, one living in Canada and the other in Punjab is Harbhajan's highly successful debut Punjabi film. Just like his lyrics, Harbhajan's films are also clean and enjoyable family dramas. "My dream is to see Punjabi cinema achieving its place in Indian regional cinema."  Harbhajan is to shortly commence shooting for his second film, again based on the NRI community and their peculiar problems. In between concerts and movie shooting, Harbhajan likes to take out  time to spread a few social messages in Punjab's schools and colleges. "I would like to give something back to society which has given me so much, I speak to children at length about the danger and distress caused by drugs, also dowry which is very prevalent in Punjab." He is fond of keeping in close touch with the news - Harbhajan reads close to eight newspapers daily.

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