Riding the Rhythm of Success: The Unfolding Symphony of Simar Doraha’s Journey in Punjabi Music

Simar Doraha, a celebrated figure in the Punjabi music industry, has carved a niche for himself as a singer, lyricist, and writer. Born in 1992 into a Sikh family in Doraha, Ludhiana, Punjab, Simar had a deep-rooted connection with music from his early years. His father, Kultar Singh, and mother, Inderjeet Kaur, nurtured his passion which eventually culminated into an illustrious career.

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He embarked on his educational journey at Shri Guru Nanak Senior Secondary School, Doraha, and later graduated from S.C.D. Govt. College, Ludhiana. Following this, he pursued his master’s degree from Punjab University, Chandigarh. Throughout his academic career, Simar remained actively involved in various cultural activities, enhancing his artistic pursuits.

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Before his rise to fame as a singer, Simar started as a lyricist. His songs, like “Gal Kar Ke Vekhi”, “Battle”, “Rum Te Rajaai”, “Mitraa”, “Sharaabi”, “Munda Sohna Jeha”, and “Pehla Wale” demonstrate the depth of his poetic prowess. His reputation as a poet, combined with his melodious voice, soon made him a heartthrob among music lovers.

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Simar’s association with fellow Punjabi singer Amar Sambi, a college-time friend, further bolstered his career. Together, they worked on numerous songs, creating memorable hits for their fans.

In 2017, Simar penned a hit song “Kade-Kade” for Punjabi singer Paavi Ghuman. Released under the label White Hill Music, the song not only became a superhit but also brought Simar into the limelight, garnering significant recognition for his lyrical skills.

2017 marked a turning point in Simar’s life, not only professionally but personally as well. Despite being deeply religious and having not cut his hair since childhood, he underwent a transformation due to a personal heartbreak.

Simar’s journey has not been devoid of challenges. His song “Sharaabi” was temporarily removed from YouTube due to a copyright claim. The controversy arose when an unreleased audio clip uploaded by Simar on his Facebook account was stolen and published as an official song on YouTube. After undergoing a legal process, Simar managed to recover his song, reinstating his rights.

Despite the obstacles, Simar’s perseverance paid off in 2021 when he debuted his first album, “XL Extra Large Album”. The album was released by Mix Singh & Super Artiste, adding another feather to Simar’s cap. In addition to his musical talents, Simar is an accomplished Punjabi folk dancer (Bhangra) and has won many competitions during his college years.

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An ardent fan of Jaun Elia and Sharry Maan, Simar has been constantly evolving and honing his craft. His hard work of over 7-8 years and the support of a proficient team have been key to his success.To conclude, Simar Doraha’s journey is a testament to his dedication, talent, and love for music. His continued contributions to the Punjabi music industry reflect his unyielding spirit and artistic genius. His story is an inspiration for budding artists aiming to make their mark in the world of music.

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