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Karan Aujla Age, Girlfriend, Wife, Family, Biography & More

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Age: 26 Years
Hometown: Ludhiana, Punjab
Wife: Palak Aujla

Karan Aujla

Bio/Wiki
Real nameJaskaran Singh Aujla [1]Pendu-Series - YouTube
Other nameJaskaran Singh [2]True Scoop News
Profession(s)Lyricist, Singer, Rapper
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 175 cm
in meters- 1.75 m
in feet inches 5’ 9”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 80 kg
in pounds- 176 lbs
Body Measurements (approx.)- Chest: 42 inches
- Waist: 32 inches
- Biceps: 14 inches
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBlack
Career
DebutAs a lyricist-
Song: Range (2014)

As a singer-
Song (Single): Cell Phone (2014)
Song (Playback): Titular song from Sikander 2 (2019)
Music Album: Bacthafucup (B.T.F.U) (2021)
Personal Life
Date of Birth18 January 1997 (Saturday)
Age (as of 2023)26 Years
BirthplaceGhurala village, Ludhiana, Punjab, India
Zodiac signCapricorn
NationalityIndo-Canadian
HometownGhurala village, Ludhiana, Punjab, India
School(s)• Manji Sahib Gurdwara, Ludhiana
• Nankana Sahib Public School, Ludhiana
• Burnaby South Secondary School in Burnaby, Canada (Classes 11 and 12)
ReligionSikhism
CasteJatt
Food HabitNon-Vegetarian
HobbiesHanging out with friends, driving
Tattoo(s)• Inked his father's face on the right arm
Karan Aujla right arm tattoo

• A tattoo inked on his left arm, which quotes-
"Khayaal rakhi tu kaka, Jaanda baapu keh gaya, Maa meri nu photo de vich, Deakh'n joga reh gaya." (which translates to "Take care of yourself," said my father before leaving. I am left to see my mother only in her picture.)
A quote tattoo inked on Karan Aujla's right arm

• A tattoo of his mother's name in the Punjabi language
Karan Aujla tattoo on chest

• A tattoo of his mother's face on the right arm
Karan Aujla's mother's face tattoo on his right forearm

• Tattoos of the Indian freedom fighters Bhagat Singh and Udham Singh on his left arm.
Karan Aujla's tattoo of India freedom fighter Bhagat Singh
Karan Aujla's tattoo of the Indian revolutionary Udham Singh

• A wolf tattoo on his right arm
Karan Aujla's wolf tattoo

• A tattoo inked on his right arm that quotes "I miss you mom & dad"
A tattoo inked on his right arm, which quotes I miss you mom & dad

• A few tattoos inked on his chest
Tattoos inked on Karan Aujla's chest
Controversies• Dispute with Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala
Initially, Karan Aujla was a good friend of Sidhu Moose Wala, but, later on, a war of words began between the two when Karan leaked many songs of Sidhu before the songs were officially recorded. In 2018, Karan Aujla released the songs- 'Up & Down' (along with Deep Jandu) and 'Lafaafe' (along with Sanam Bhullar); in the songs, Aujla allegedly defamed Sidhu. Thereafter, a cold war began between both the singers and in reply to the Aujla's songs, Sidhu Moose Wala also released the song 'Warning Shots' in which he allegedly defamed Karan Aujla. Consequently, both used to reply to each other through social media platforms, songs, and live concerts. [3]The Tribune In a conversation with a media house, Elly Mangat, the then-colleague of both Sidhu and Aujla, stated that the rivalry between the two began when a video by Sidhu targeting Aujla was leaked to the management of Aujla who later threatened Sidhu. The incident provoked both to target each other. However, in an interview with a media house, Aujla praised the work of Sidhu and stated that he did not write the song ‘Lafaafe’ and said nothing about the rivalry.
Karan Aujla with Sidhu Moose Wala

• Attacked by gangster Sukhpreet Singh Budda's gang
On 8 June 2019, Karan made headlines when he was attacked by gunshots in Surrey, British Columbia. Reportedly, Sukhpreet Singh Budda, a native of Kussa village of Moga district and self-appointed head of the Davinder Bambiha’s gang, allegedly attacked Karan who was accompanied by singer Deep Jandu and producer Sandeep Rehan, the owner of Rehan Records. According to a few media sources, during Sandeep Rehan’s visit to Punjab, India, the alleged gangster Sukhpreet Singh Budda intimidated him to pay a ransom of Rs 20 lakhs. On the contrary, he not only refused to pay the amount but also informed the Punjab police regarding the threats he received from Sukhpreet Singh Budda. Despite seeking help from the police, Sandeep received threats from his gang that he would be attacked by them anyhow. On 9 June 2019, taking responsibility for the attack on Karan and his friends, Davinder Bambiha's gang posted on Facebook, which read,
I want to tell you that as a dispute is going on between Sandeep Rehaan and Karan Aujla (Rehan Records) with our brother Sukhpreet Budda, due to that they got z+ security to put pressure. That security has not accompanied them to Canada. Our brother Sukhpreet Budda, to teach them a lesson, made two attempts to attack them in a day in Canada.”
Soon after Sukhpreet's gang took the responsibility for the attack, another Facebook page operated by the gangster’s name denied the news of the attack and claimed that the attack was not carried out by Sukhpreet Budda’s gang. [4]The Times of India However, on 9 June 2019, Karan, through an Instagram story, claimed that news of the attack on him was completely baseless and it was a rumour, which was spread by the news channels.

• Fined for violating traffic rules
On 22 November 2019, Karan Aujla garnered controversy after a TikTok video went viral over the internet, where Karan was observed allegedly breaking the traffic rules during his visit to India. In the video, it was evident that Karan‘s vehicle was followed by his fans at the Chandigarh airport road, where he along with fans, rashly drove their cars without wearing any seat belts. Subsequently, the matter was reported to the Mohali police and they fined Karan for violating traffic rules that included not using a seat belt, playing loud music, using a pressure horn, lane jumping, and driving dangerously by hanging out of the window and sunroof of the moving vehicle to make videos. [5]Hindustan Times

• Violated the security rules during his visit to the Central Jail in Ludhiana
On 7 April 2021, Karan stoked up a controversy during his visit to the Central Jail in Ludhiana, where he allegedly broke the security and Covid protocols. According to some media sources, it was alleged that Karan visited the prison to meet Gurdeep Rano, a drug dealer from Khanna, Ludhiana, who was arrested by the Special Task Force (STF) after he was accused of trafficking drugs worth crores, 13 luxury cars and drug money. Karan, who was escorted by a police Gypsy, was accompanied by his friends, who entered the prison’s premises in their private cars without depositing their cell phones, without any security checks, and without wearing any masks. As per the protocol, any individual or their private vehicle is barred from entering the jail premises without any prior permission from the jail superintendent. However, talking in support of Karan, Rajiv Arora, the jail superintendent of Central Jail in Ludhiana said,
Karan Aujla is my family friend. He is my son’s good friend. He just came on a personal visit with 4-5 other friends. They sat in my office for few minutes only and later we went to my official residence for lunch. He is not a criminal and the matter is being blown out of proportion.” [6]The Tribune

• Summoned for making derogatory remarks about women in the song "Sharab"
Karan Aujla landed into a controversy after he was accused of insulting women in general by comparing them with alcohol, guns, and drugs in his song “Sharab.” The song featuring Harjit Harman was released on 15 September 2021 on YouTube. Soon after the song was released, Panditrao Dharanvar, a social activist from Chandigarh, sent a legal notice to the police commissioner of Jalandhar against Karan Aujla, seeking appropriate action against the singer for making obscene remarks about women in his song. Consequently, Manisha Gulati, the chairperson of the Punjab State Women Commission, ordered Karan and Harman to attend a personal hearing on 22 September 2021. [7]True Scoop News

• Attacked for singing notorious songs
In February 2022, the gangster Harry Chatha and his gang tried to attack Karan by firing gunshots at him in Surrey, British Columbia. According to some media sources, the reason behind the attack was a feud ongoing between Karan and Harry Chatha. Before the attack, Karan also received threats from the gang through a virtual message for singing songs that promoted violence. The message read,
Karan Aujla… How long will you provide damage to your friends? We know where your sister lives, and the one who stays by your side, her boutique. But we don’t want to harm them. We’ve done this to you in Canada. We are waiting for your Europe tour and in India our brother Harry Chatha is waiting for you. How much time will be left to change the address, if not today, then tomorrow will come in handy.”
However, the gang fired at Karan's friend Sukhi Garcha's house, and fortunately, Karan was not there at the time of the attack. [8]True Scoop News
Relationships & More
Marital StatusMarried
Marriage Date2 March 2023
Affairs/GirlfriendsPalak Aujla (make-up artist)
Karan Aujla with his girlfriend
Family
Wife/SpousePalak Aujla
Wedding picture of Karan Aujla and Palak Aujla
ParentsFather- Balwinder Singh Aujla (worked at a cooperative society)
Karan Aujla with his father (Childhood Picture)
Mother- Rajinder Kaur Aujla (homemaker)
Karan Aujla's mother, Rajinder Kaur Aujla
SiblingsKaran has two elder sisters.
Karan Aujla with her sisters
Style Quotient
Car Collection• Lamborghini Gallardo
• Range Rover
Karan Aujla's Range Rover
• Lamborghini Urus
Karan Aujla's car, Lamborghini Urus
• Rolls-Royce (2)
Karan Aujla with his Rolls-Royce, which he bought in 2023

Karan Aujla

Some Lesser Known Facts About Karan Aujla

  • Karan Aujla is an Indo-Canadian singer, rapper, and songwriter who rose to popularity for rendering his voice to several Punjabi famous songs such as Chitta Kurta, Kya Baat Aa, Chithiyaan, Mexico, Adhiya, and many more.
  • Karan’s father, Balwinder Singh Aujla, succumbed to death in a car accident, when Karan was nine years old. His mother, Rajinder Kaur Aujla, passed away in 2011 after fighting cancer for a long time. Consequently, Karan was raised by his sisters and paternal uncle and aunt.

    Karan Aujla with his paternal uncle, who raised him after his parents passed away

    Karan Aujla with his paternal uncle, who raised him after his parents passed away

  • In 2016, when Karan was in the ninth standard, he met the popular Indian singer Jassi Gill at a wedding ceremony. Karan, who was performing at the wedding ceremony, grabbed the attention of the popular Indian singer Jassi Gill with his lyrics. Impressed by his performance, Jassi asked him to give the lyrics of the song Range, and consequently, Jassi rendered his voice to the song and released it in 2014. In an interview, talking about the experience of writing his first commercial song, Karan said,

    I wrote Range when I was in Chandigarh and cruising in a Range-Rover with my best friend Mac Benipal.  The words just came to me and I put them together.  Then I completed the song sitting in the Park in Canada.”

  • In 2017, after completing his matriculation in Ludhiana, Karan shifted to Canada and completed high school in Canada.
  • To fulfil his day-to-day expenses in Canada, Karan used to write songs for various artists and also worked as a part-time docker in Surrey, British Columbia. Later, he was approached by Deep Jandu, a Canadian producer, rapper, and singer, who played a pivotal role in framing his career. Deep advised Karan to shift to Toronto and start voicing a few Punjabi songs.
  • Karan is fond of vintage cars.

    Karan Aujla with vintage car

    Karan Aujla with a vintage car

  • In an interview, Karan expressed his wish of collaborating with the American rapper 50 Cent and the Canadian rapper Drake.
  • Karan has two pet dogs, Coco and Boss, and he often shares pictures of his pets on an Instagram page titled, Bo$$ & Coco Aujla.
    Karan Aujla's pet dog, Coco

    Karan Aujla’s pet dog, Coco

    Karan Aujla's pet dog, Boss

    Karan Aujla’s pet dog, Boss

  • In an interview, Karan stated that his favourite colour is black.
  • Karan came into the spotlight with his song Don’t Worry, which was released in 2018 under the music label Rehaan Records on YouTube; the video garnered more than 16 crore views. The song became Karan’s first song to debut on the UK Asian Music Chart Top 40 at number 36.
  • After the immense success of the song Don’t Worry, Karan realised several popular Punjabi songs like Rim vs Jhanjhar (2018), Na Na Na (2018), No Need (2019), Don’t Look (2019), 2 AM (2019), Chitta Kurta (2019), and Hint(2019).

    Karan Aujla in the song No Need (2019)

    Karan Aujla in the song No Need (2019)

  • Karan stood at the second position on YouTube’s list of “Most-Listened Artists in Punjab” in December 2019.
  • In 2019, Karan was nominated for the category “Best Singer – Punjabi” at the Gaana User’s Choice Icons Awards.
  • On 26 January 2019, Karan and Palak got engaged in Canada after being in a relationship for a long time.
  • Karan’s inclination towards writing was derived from his father, who was also fond of writing.
  • In 2020, Karan rendered his voice to the song “Jhanjar,” which was released under the music label Rehaan Records. The song peaked at number 9 on the UK Asian Chart Top 40 and 5 on the Official Punjabi Music Chart Top 20.
  • In the same year, Karan rose to prominence for voicing a few popular Punjabi songs such as Red Eyes, Kya Baat Aa, Sheikh, Adhiya, Hukam, Mexico, and Chithiyaan. The song Adhiya ranked 19 on the New Zealand Music Chart Top 40, 2 on the UK Asian Chart Top 40 and on the Official Punjabi Music Chart Top 20. The song Mexico ranked 10 on the UK Asian Chart Top 40 and 4 on the Official Punjabi Music Chart Top 20.

    Karan Aujla in the song Adhiya (2020)

    Karan Aujla in the song Adhiya (2020)

  • Karan was invited by the DAV College, Chandigarh to perform live at their cultural fest “Karvan” in February 2020. Prior to his performance, Karan was advised by the Chandigarh police to avoid performing on songs that encouraged the use of violence, guns, alcohol, or drugs.
  • In 2020, Karan won the Best New Age Sensation Award for the Punjabi song “Don’t Look” at the PTC Punjabi Music Awards. He was also nominated for the same song under the Most Popular Song of the Year category.
  • In 2021, Karan’s song, Jatt Te Jawani with Dilpreet Dhillon became a massive hit and it garnered views of more than 12 crores on YouTube.

    Karan Aujla in the song Jatt Te Jawani (2021)

    Karan Aujla in the song Jatt Te Jawani (2021)

  • Karan’s first song from his debut music album Bacthafucup (B.T.F.U), Chu Gon Do?, was released under the music label Times Music and Speed Records on 8 July 2021. The entire music album, which consisted of thirteen songs, was released on 15 September 2021. After the album gained huge popularity, it peaked at number 19 on the Billboard Top Canadian Album and 34 on the New Zealand Albums Chart Top 40.
  • In 2022, Karan lent his voice to the songs Gangsta and Game Over under the music label Rehaan Records. The same year, Karan collaborated with the famous singer and rapper Badshah for the first time and released the song Players on YouTube. [9]The Times of India
  • After Karan released his music album, B.T.F.U, he got listed as the “Most Popular Artist” in the Punjabi music industry on Spotify, and subsequently, he earned the title of “Largest Digital Artist 2021.”
  • Apart from singing, Karan has also written many Punjabi songs such as ‘Blessings of Bapu’, ‘Unity’, ’90 Di Bandook’, ‘True Talk’, ‘Alcohol 2’, ‘Scratch’, etc. In collaboration with Deep Jandu, Karan wrote many Punjabi songs such as Trendster (2016), Kabza (2017), Underestimate (2018), Blonde Baal (2018), Khulla Sher (2019), Bombay To Punjab (2019), etc.
  • The titular song of Diljit Dosanjh‘s music album G.O.A.T. was written by Karan Aujla and the album was released on 30 July 2020; the song was immensely appreciated by the viewers as the video amassed more than 21 crore views on YouTube.

    Diljit Dosanjh in the music video G.O.A.T (2020)

    Diljit Dosanjh in the music video G.O.A.T (2020)

  • Karan is a fitness enthusiast, and he regularly workouts to keep himself fit and healthy.

    Karan Aujla at the gym

    Karan Aujla at the gym

  • In 2020, Karan was nominated for the Best Duet Vocalists Award for the song Chitta Kurta.
  • Karan launched his clothing brand, Hukam Clothing, on 25 November 2021.
  • According to some media sources, it was speculated that Palak and Karan’s marriage was solemnized on 3 February 2023. On the contrary, Karan Aujla, through an Instagram story, claimed that his marriage rumours were groundless and said,

    Guys, I’ll be live streaming my wedding for you…earlier I didn’t utter a word when these rumours surfaced but now, I think it’s time to shut these rumours.” [10]True Scoop News

  • Karan Aujla is occasionally spotted consuming alcohol.

    Karan Aujla posing with alcohol

    Karan Aujla posing with alcohol