Narula - Punjabi Disco - Disco Di Raat Channa - ECSD 3066 - (Condition
80-85%) - LP Record
Narula (born 14 November 1970) is a Punjabi singer and
Bollywood playback singer. She is also a Sufi music singer.
She shot to fame after
the duet "Pyar to hona hi tha" with Remo Fernandes from the 1998
film Pyar To Hona Hi Tha for which she won the 1999 Filmfare Best Female
Playback Award. The other notable films she has sung in include Mission
Kashmir, Mohabbatein, Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani and Bunty Aur Babli. She is
also a singer of Sufi music, as well as Gurbani and other Sikh religious music.
In 2008, she won the
title of India's Best Live Performer in the NDTV Imagine singing reality
series, Dhoom Macha De (2008)Jaspinder's career in singing began early. Her
father Kesar Singh Narula was a music composer of the 1950s. Initially
Jaspindar Narula kept away from film singing and specialised in singing
bhajans and Sufiana compositions. She moved to Mumbai a few years later at
the advice of noted music director Kalyanji who heard her at the private
gathering in Delhi and asked his son and music director, Viju Shah, to give
her break in films like Master, Aar Ya Paar and Bade Miyan Chhote Miyan
She excels in singing
folk and devotional songs. She has lent her voice to record numerous music
albums for a large number of successful Bollywood films like Dulhe Raja,
Virasat, Mission Kashmir, Mohabbatein and Bunty aur Babli to name a few.
She lives in Mumbai, and
is married to a Canada-based Indian businessman. Narula did her schooling
from Guru Harkishan Public School, India Gate, New Delhi and completed her
B.A Hons in Music from Indraprastha College for Women, where she was admitted
as a special case because she did not have Music as a subject in class 12th
which was pre-requisite for admission in the course. She finished PhD in
Hindustani classical music from Delhi University in 2008.