Guru Randhawa talks about his latest single FASHION

Guru Randhawa, a young, vibrant Punjabi Singer popular for his song ‘Patola’, Outfit, Suit, Yaar Mod Do, Tu Meri Rani – MTV Spokenword is a sensation these days. Although Guru started his career quite early at the age of 7 but he had good experience of singing at various venues in his hometown.

After completing High School, Guru Randhawa moved to Delhi to pursue his passion for music. To advance in the business of entertainment, he joined IIPM College and finished his MBA.

In a candid interview with TWC entertainment, Guru Randhawa talks about his latest sensational song “Fashion” that launched on 20th September 2016, and already received more than four million views online.

He laid down his thoughts and opinions on the music, the inspiration behind the music. He talks about his journey, his efforts in learning music, making music, identifying with the demands of people, brotherhood in the Punjabi Music industry and much more.

On being asked about the Inspiration behind the song Fashion, he says, “The song depicts how strong, independent girls nowadays flaunt a style statement of their own, which is followed by the brands. With so many online shopping websites, fashion is now more easily accessible and can be re-created more innovatively.”Tenu vekh vekh chalde ne brand, tu niri fashion kudiye”, the line simply reflects the beauty that lies in the fashion statement of every girl.”

Also check : FASHION LYRICS by Guru Randhawa

All we can say that Guru Randhawa is one honest guy from the industry and his charm lies in his innocent answers. He believes himself to be a singer who connects with the audience and thus loved. Well, he’s honest to a fault, random and bizarre like any of us and that makes him a superstar.

You can watch the complete Interview here –

And, don’t miss to watch the Sensational song … FASHION by Guru Randhawa

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Puneet Bansal

I’m Puneet Bansal, a simple but yet exciting guy based out of Delhi. I am a writer by hobby, Photographer by passion, Poet by mood and HR by profession.

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