Guru Randhawa: A review of the year 2017
December 31, 2017 3:42 PM

What a year 2017 has been and we won't lie. From some of the great hits, to making his singing Debut in the Bollywood by recreating his tracks, this star has given a new face to Punjabi music in the Industry. Yes, we are talking about none other than your favorite artist Guru Randhawa.

From Singles such as "High Rated Gabru", "Lahore", "Suit" and "Taare" to singing in collaboration with Neha Kakkar in High Rated Gabru/Ban Ja Rani Mixtape and with Kanika Kapoor in Ambarsariya/Suit Song Mix tape. To top it all, his singles have been recreated for Bollywood movies such as "Suit Suit for Hindi Medium", "Lagdi Hai Thai for Simran" and "Ban Ja Rani for Tumhari Sullu".

To add to his achievements, the artists track "High Rated Gabru" was the first independent track to record 200 million views and still counting. And as a new year surprise, it was revealed earlier this week that the track will be featured in Remo D’Souza’s next Dance Flick "Nawabzaade" starring Varun Dhawan and Shradha Kapoor. This will be third song by Randhawa which will be picked for another Bollywood movie.

The star has a huge fan following and had announced that he will be making his Acting Debut in a Punjabi Movie. His fans are excited and their excitement is visible on twitter.

When our team contacted Guru, he quoted " To all my fans, thank you for your time, love, support and positive energy. It lifts my spirit when you make me feel that I mean something to you all, so thank you. As 2017 draws to a close let me take a moment to look back and see what a year it has been! A massive thank you goes out to all my fans and sponsors, for without you none of this would be possible. A Big Thank You! "

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