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Sanam Puri

Famous as the frontman from the Indian pop-rock group Sanam, he’s also known for his contributions towards the soundtracks of Bollywood films such as for example Gori Tere Pyaar Mein (2013) and Humshakals (2014). A mainly self-taught musician, he started singing at age group six and later on learned to try out the piano and acoustic guitar. Before starting his music profession, he briefly analyzed at the University or college of Delhi’s Kirori Mal University. His albums consist of SQS Supastars (released in 2011) and Samar Sanam (2012). He and Samar Puri, his sibling and bandmate, had been elevated in New Delhi and Noida, India, aswell as with Muscat, Oman. He and Indian folk vocalist Raghu Dixit both added towards the A.R. Rahman-composed “Micromax Unite Anthem” in 2014.

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