Babbu Maan, real name Tejinder Singh Maan, also known as Khantwala Maan, is a Punjabi singer, actor, songwriter and film producer. He was born on March 29, 1975 in Khantwala Maan District Fatehgarh Sahib of Punjab.
His father was the late Babu Singh Man and his mother was the late Kulbir Kaur. He completed his schooling at a village school while completing his master’s degree. Urdu from Punjab University Chandigarh. Babbu Maan loved singing since childhood, so when he was 7 years old, he gave a performance where he sang the lyrics of the song for the first time.
|Real Name||Tejinder Singh Maan|
|Date of Birth||29 March 1975|
|Birth Place||Vill. Khant, Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab|
|Height||5′ 11″ or 180cm|
|Family||Father Name – Late Babu Singh Maan|
Mother Name – Late Kulbir Kaur
|Wife Name||Harmandeep Kaur Maan|
|Profession||Singer, Lyricist, Actor, Producer, Music Director, Screenwriter|
|School||Government Public School|
|College||Government College in Ropar, Punjab|
Panjab University, Chandigarh
|Qualification||Music Honours, Graduate|
Punjabi Album – Sajjan Rumal De Geya (1998)
Hindi Album – Mera Gham (2007)
Punjabi Film – Hawayein (2003)
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
Babbu Maan Biography:
Babbu Maan is the only Punjabi singer who sings his own lyrics with his own amazing music. Babbu Maan is widely known for his distinctive music and lyrics. Now he is one of the great Punjabi singers who has brought new trends to Bhangra music. His sad songs are incredibly moving, urban, and in tune with synchronized Punjabi music like no one else has been able to create. Currently, he is an established Punjabi pop singer, composer, lyricist, playback his singer and actor.
Babbu Maan (born 29 March, Tejinder Singh Maan) is a Punjabi singer-songwriter, actor and producer. Born in the village of Khant Maanpur in the Fatehgarh Sahib district of Punjab, India, Babbu Maan has loved music since childhood and sang on stage for the first time at the age of seven at a school event at his village school.
He looked at everything with the eyes of a musician, turning the pot into a musical instrument with rhythmic sounds. He learned to write lyrics during his school days (University of Punjab, Chandigarh) and learned around the age of 16. After his college graduation, he started singing and composing. He is one of the few singers who writes the lyrics for all his songs himself. He sang at Mavi Music Recording Studio and recorded his first album when he was just 23 years old.
Babbu Maan Career:
Babbu Maan debuted in 1998 with the album Sajjan Rumal De Giya. Dissatisfied with the album, he returned to the drawing board and rewrote many of the songs, many of which were re-released on subsequent albums. His second album Tu Meri Miss India released in 1999 was a huge hit.
His third album Saaun Di Jhadi released in 2001 was a very successful album. It sold over 10 million copies in India alone, and even more abroad.
In 2003, Babbu Maan was selected as the actor and music director for the movie Howein, alongside favorite singer Sukhwinder Singh. The film was a huge success. His album Ohi Chann Ohi Rataan followed. The album also did well in both reviews and sales. Pyass was his next album.
In 2006, Babbu Maan launched his first playback film Rabb Ne Banayien Jodeian, the song which gave Mahn another hit. Mera Gham is a very successful Hindi album. It focused on slow, romantic, sad songs and happy songs. The song “Ek Raat/One Night Stand” shocked many listeners, but despite this, the song has a very catchy beat.
Maan appeared in the New Year’s special Aao Saare Nachiye, which was also very successful. Part 1 was published in 2008 and Part 2 in 2009. Maan’s film Hashar, a Love Story was the biggest hit of his career so far. The song was also a hit. Babbu recently released the religious album Singh Better Than King. One of his songs from this album ‘Ik Baba Nanak Si’ was banned by the government. A television poll followed, with 80% of people supporting Bab His Maan, 6% supporting censoring the song, and 14% not voting.
Babbu Maan Controversy:
In 2009, when Babbu Maan sought to expose the ‘fake baba’ through his music ‘Ik Baba Nanak Si’, he received widespread support from the Sikh community, but since then he has been supported by several organizations.
Live in the UK In a song played at his show, he questioned the legendary freedom fighter Lala Lajpat Rai.
List of Babbu Maan Albums:
- Sajjan Rumal De Geya
- Tu Meri Miss India
- Saaun Di Jhadi
- Ohi Chann Ohi Rataan
- Pyass: In Search of Destiny
- Mera Gham
- Singh Better Than King Point Zero
- Talaash: In Search Of Soul
- Itihaas Swag Music
- Ik C Pagal
Babbu Maan also Released Single Tracks:
- Samundar (September 2017)
- Lareyan De Naal
- Aao Saare Nachiye Sardar
- Uchiyan Imartan
- Aashquan Di Line
- Sari Duniya
- Mil Gayi Pind De Morh Te
- Maa Boli
- Canada Canada
- 21st Century Saadh
- America America
- E Doye Naina
- Umeed ( Reprise Version )
Babbu Maan Movies:
- Khel – No Ordinary Game
- Chalte Chalte
- Rabb Ne Banaiyan Jodiean
- Hashar : A Love Story
- Vaada Raha
- Ekam – Son of Soil
- Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster
- Hero Hitler in Love
- Desi Romeos
- Dil Tainu Karda Hai Pyar
- 31st October (film)
Babbu Maan Awards:
- Best Album Of the Year Award for the Album “Pyaas” in ETC Punjabi Music Awards.
- He got the following awards for the album “Talaash: In Search Of Soul”.
- World’s Best Indian Male Artist.
- World’s Best Indian Live Act.
- World’s Best Indian Entertainer.
- World’s Best Indian Album.