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Indian singer, songwriter, author, record producer, performer and environmentalist. He is credited with making Bhangra popular worldwide, and helping to set up a parallel non-film Indian pop music industry to the pre-Daler era’s then existent Bollywood music.
He is best known for his energetic dance songs, his distinctive voice, turban and long flowing robes. He was born in Patna, Bihar on 18 August 1967. In 1991, he formed his own group.
J Jaspal of IPCA gave Daler a professional set up and promoted him. In 1994, Jaspal sent Daler to compete at the annual Voice of Asia International Ethnic and Pop Music Contest at Azia Dynasys in Almaty, Kazakhstan. He represented India and was judged second amongst other two hundred contestants. Song recording for the 2012 Bollywood film Chaalis Chauraasi.
Magnasound signed Daler Mehndi for a three-album contract for three years. Bolo Ta Ra Ra, Mehndi’s debut album, sold over 20 million copies. The album established Daler as a pop star, which also won him the Channel V’s Best Indian Male Pop Artist Award. A year later, his second album under Magnasound, Dardi Rab Rab, was launched.
This album surpassed the sales of Bolo Ta Ra Ra. He was nominated in three categories at Channel V Music awards and won the Channel V Best Indian Male Artist Award. In 1997 he released his third album Balle Balle.
This album got him Channel V Awards in six categories. Mehndi composed the popular track “Na Na Na Re” for the Bollywood film Mrityudata where he featured on the big screen with Amitabh Bachchan. In 2000, Mehndi released his album Ek Dana with music label TIPS Music. The album had a mix of genres ranging from Folk, Rock and Pop.