In a sensational turn of events, Jasmine Sandlas has become the highest paid Punjabi singer in the world, shattering previous records set by Honey Singh. Sandlas was paid a whopping 1 crore (INR 10 million) for her song in the upcoming film ‘Maurh,’ surpassing Honey Singh’s previous record of approximately 70 lakh rupees for a single song.
‘Maurh’ is an eagerly awaited Punjabi film directed and written by Jatinder Mauhar, with additional dialogue by Jatinder Lall. The film is produced by Jatin Sethi and Karaj Gill, featuring a star-studded cast, including Ammy Virk, Dev Kharoud, Naiqra Kaur, Kuljinder Sidhu, Vikrmjeet Virk, Amiek Virk, Parmveer Singh, Jarnail Singh, Marc Randhawa, and Richa Bhatt.
The film’s cinematography is masterfully executed by Vineet Malhotra, while Hitesh Modak directs the background music. Bunty Bains, who designed the music for Sandlas’ record-breaking song, also serves as the lyricist and composer. Jashan Inder is responsible for arranging and programming the music.Manish More expertly edits the film, with Jarnail Singh overseeing the project as the executive producer.
Jasmine Sandlas, already a prominent name in the Punjabi music industry, has now solidified her position as a trailblazer with this stunning achievement. Her captivating vocals and unparalleled style have garnered fans worldwide, making her a sought-after artist in the Punjabi music scene. This latest accomplishment is anticipated to inspire other artists in the industry to strive for greater heights.
As the release of ‘Maurh’ approaches, excitement surrounding the film and Sandlas’ record-breaking song continues to mount. The impressive 1 crore payment for her contribution to the film is an undeniable testament to her talent and the immense value she brings to the entertainment industry. With this new benchmark now set, the future looks incredibly bright for Jasmine Sandlas and the Punjabi music industry as a whole.