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Asees Kaur (born 26 September 1988) is an Indian singer who has participated in various singing reality shows like Indian Idol and Awaz Punjab Di. Asees aspired to become a playback singer at a very young age. She is known for her versatile singing and powerful voice. She started singing Gurbani at the age of 5. She made her Bollywood debut with "Dildara Reprise" from Tamanchey. Since then, she has worked with various music composers on several Bollywood songs including "Ve Maahi" from Kesari, "Makhna" from Drive, "Bandeya Re Bandeya" & "Tere Bin" from Simmba, "Akh Lad Jave" and "Chogada" from Loveyatri and "Bolna" from Kapoor & Sons.

Asees Kaur
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Background information
Birth nameAsees Kaur
Born (1988-09-26) 26 September 1988 (age 31)
Panipat, Haryana, India
Occupation(s)Playback singer
Years active2016–present

Early life and backgroundEdit

Asees hails from Panipat, Haryana. Born on 26 September 1988, Asees started singing at a tender age of 5. It was Asees's father who pushed her for singing Gurbani. She learnt the Gurbani by herself and won accolades at the first attempt itself. She is an alumnus of Bal Vikas School, Model Town, Panipat, Haryana. She completed her M.Com. from S D (PG) College Panipat.

As she grew up, she decided to take up singing professionally. She trained under Ustad Puran Shahkoti from Jalandhar. Her version of the Gurbani released in India and she garnered tremendous appreciation for the same. She started singing Gurbani at various events. Her siblings were also actively involved in the Gurbani recitation. Asees participated in a Punjabi reality show, Awaz Punjab Di, following which she came to Bombay and met various music composers.

Music careerEdit

Bollywood discographyEdit

Asees is known for the song "Ve Maahi" that successfully was trending on all platforms. Asees Kaur's "Bolna" mesmerized her fans with her passionate singing at the GIMA 2016 Fanpark which was an instant hit! Her singles "Gal Karke" with Desi Music Factory, "Kisi Aur Naal" with VYRL Originals and "Mujhe Jeene De" with Panoctave India were instant hits and topped the charts. Currently managed by Tarsame Mittal Talent Management for her live shows.

FilmEdit

Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film/Album Song Co-Singer(s) Music Note
2020 Happy Hardy and Heer "Ishqbaaziyaan" Jubin Nautiyal, Harshdeep Kaur, Alamgir Khan Himesh Reshammiya
"Le Jaana" Himesh Reshammiya, Navraj Hans, Harshdeep Kaur
2019 Good Newwz "Chandigarh Mein" Badshah, Harrdy Sandhu, Lisa Mishra Tanishk Bagchi
Pati, Patni Aur Woh "Ankhiyon Se Goli Maare Returns" Dev Negi Lijo George - DJ Chetas
Pagalpanti "Bimar Dil" Jubin Nautiyal Tanishk Bagchi
Bala "Pyaar Toh Tha" Sachin-Jigar
Drive "Makhna" Yasser Desai, Tanishk Bagchi Tanishk Bagchi
Article 15 "Intezari"
(Asees Kaur Version)
Anurag Saikia
Kesari "Ve Maahi" Arijit Singh Tanishk Bagchi
Gone Kesh "Bibi" Shahid Mallya Kanish Sharma
Notebook "Nai Lagda" Vishal Mishra Akshay Tripathi
2018 Simmba "Tere Bin"
(Remake)
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Tanishk Bagchi Originial composition by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
"Bandeya Re Bandeya" Arijit Singh
Kedarnath "Jaan Nisaar"
(Version 2)
Amit Trivedi
Marudhar Express "Mirza Ve"
(Female)
Jeet Gannguli
Bhaiaji Superhit "Sleepy Sleepy Akhiyan" Yasser Desai
Loveyatri "Chogada" Darshan Raval Lijo George – DJ Chetas
"Aankh Lad Jaavee" Jubin Nautiyal, Badshah Tanishk Bagchi
"Tera Hua"
(Unplugged)
Atif Aslam
High Jack "Prabhu Ji" Anurag Saikia
Piya Re "Piya Re"
(Female)
Jeet Gannguli Bengali
Aiyaary "Lae Dooba"
(Version 2)
Rochak Kohli
2017 Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana "Tu Banja Gali Benaras Ki"
(Asees Kaur Version)
Rashid Khan
Dobaara: See Your Evil "Kaari Kaari" Arko
Munna Michael "Beat It Bijuriya" Renesa Baagchi Tanishk Bagchi
Half Girlfriend "Baarish"
(Asees Kaur Version)
Not included in the album; released separately
Behen Hogi Teri "Tenu Na Bol Pawaan"
(Reprise)
Amjad-Nadeem
Mirza Juuliet "Tukda Tukda" Krsna Solo
Agar Tum Saath Ho "Main Kamli Ho" on Zindagi
2016 Beiimaan Love "Rang Reza"
(Female)
Asad Khan
Kapoor & Sons "Bolna" Arijit Singh Tanishk Bagchi
A Flying Jatt "Bhangda Pa" Vishal Dadlani, Divya Kumar Sachin-Jigar
Udta Punjab "Ikk Kudi"
(Asees Kaur Version)
Amit Trivedi
2015 Jazbaa "Bandeyaa"
(Reprise)
Amjad-Nadeem
Kuch Kuch Locha Hai "Na Jaane Kya Tumse Wasta" Jubin Nautiyal
Ishqedarriyaan "Mohabbat Yeh"
(Reprise Version)
Bilal Saeed, Bloodline

AlbumsEdit

Denotes songs that have not yet been released
Year Album(s)/Single(s) Song Co-Singers Composers Lyrics Note
TBA "Wadi Teri Wadeyai"
"Kar Kirpa Meloh Ram"
"Sakhiyo Saheladio"
2011 Daata Oh Na Mangiye "Daata Oh Na Mangiye" Deedar Kaur Master Saleem
2014 Tamanchey "Dildara Reprise" Arko Not included in the album; Released separately; Bollywood Debut
2016 Ishqedarriyaan "Judaa (Asees Kaur Version)" Jaidev Kumar Kumaar Not included in the respective albums; released separately
Holiday "Ashq Na Ho (Asees Kaur Version)" Pritam Irshad Kamil
ABCD 2 "Chunar (Asees Kaur Version)" Sachin - Jigar Mayur Puri
Tu Jo Paas Mere – Duet "Tu Jo Paas Mere – Duet" Krsna Solo
Yaara Ve "Yaara Ve" Krsna Solo Raj Shekhar
2017 Khaab by Asees Kaur "Khaab (Cover)" Akhil, Bob Raja Original song by Akhil
2019
Gal Karke "Gal Karke" Rajat Nagpal Babbu
Tujhe Kaise, Pata Na Chala "Tujhe Kaise, Pata Na Chala" Meet Bros Kumaar
Choodiyan "Choodiyan" Dev Negi Tanishk Bagchi Shabbir Ahmed
Kisi Aur Naal "Kisi Aur Naal" Goldie Sohel Goldie Sohel, Kunaal Vermaa
Mujhe Jeene De "Mujhe Jeene De" Krsna Solo
Intezaar "Intezaar" Arijit Singh Mithoon

AwardsEdit

Year Award Song Film Title Result Ref.
2016 Mirchi Music Awards "Bolna" Kapoor & Sons Upcoming Female Vocalist of The Year Won [1][2]
"Rang Reza" Beiimaan Love Nominated
2017 Zee Etc Award Bolna Kapoor & Sons Best upcoming Female Playback Singer

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "MMA Mirchi Music Awards". MMAMirchiMusicAwards. Retrieved 24 March 2018.
  2. ^ "MMA Mirchi Music Awards". MMAMirchiMusicAwards. Retrieved 24 March 2018.

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