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Kuldeep Sharma (Nati King) Age, Wife, Children, Family, Biography & More

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Wife: Veena Sharma
Age: 42 Years
Hometown: Shimla

Kuldeep Sharma

Bio/Wiki
ProfessionSinger
Famous ForSinging Himachali Folk Songs (Nati Songs)
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)Singing Himachali Folk Songs (Nati Songs)
Famous Forin centimeters- 165 cm
in meters- 1.65 m
in feet inches- 5’ 5”
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Career
DebutAudio Song : Supne Di Mili Bolo Ameya Tu Meriye
Personal Life
Date of Birth26 August 1977 (Friday)
Age (as in 2019) 42 Years
BirthplaceTheog, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
Zodiac signVirgo
NationalityIndian
HometownTheog, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
Educational Qualification12th Standard
AddressVillage Tatrog, Tehsil Theog, District Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
HobbiesDancing and Travelling
Tattoo(s)He got many tattoos inked on his body out of which one is a tattoo of a guitar on his arm.
Kuldeep Sharma's Tattoo
Relationships & More
Marital StatusMarried
Family
Wife/SpouseVeena Sharma
Kuldeep Sharma with His Son and Wife
ChildrenSon- Swardeep Sharma
ParentsFather-Late Babu Ram Sharma
Mother- Late Beggi Devi Sharma
SiblingsSister(s): Two Younger Sisters
Favourite Things
Favourite FoodHimachali-Cuisines
Favourite Punjabi SingerSatinder Sartaaj

Kuldeep Sharma

Some Lesser Known Facts About Kuldeep Sharma

  • Kuldeep Sharma is a popular Himachali singer. He is famous as ‘Nati King’ in the state.
  • His mother was a famous local singer, and he got training in singing from his mother.
  • When he was in 7th class, he participated in school singing competitions and won many prizes.
  • In 1994, he auditioned for AIR Shimla at the age of 16 and got selected. The judges were so impressed by his singing that they offered him to record three songs with them.
  • In 1997, he performed for the first time on stage in Dharamshala Summer Festival.
  • Later, he released his album, but it was a big flop. After that, he remixed a few old Himachali songs and released his album; it was a big hit.
  • In the Bollywood movie Kurukshetra (2000), his song ‘Ban than chali bolo,’ was remixed by the singer Sukhwinder Singh. [1]Divya Himachal
  • His first original song was ‘Supne Di mili bolo Ameya tu meriye,’ which was released under the guidance of his mentor and maternal uncle, Liaq Ram Rafiq.

    An Old Picture of Kuldeep Sharma with His Uncle

    An Old Picture of Kuldeep Sharma with His Uncle

  • Later, TM music company of Punjab called him to record songs for them, and they released seven albums with him. All his albums were a big hit, and Kuldeep became a well-known singer of Himachal Pradesh.
  • Reportedly, he has released a few Bhajan video album, which was also a big hit.
  • Some of his famous Himachali songs are- ‘Rohru jana meri aamiye,’ ‘Meri Preeti Zinta kindi chali tu,’ ‘Meri Monika,’ ‘Dhola Ra dhamaka,’ and ‘Pata paani Ra ho meri gaangiye.’

  • He has released many hit Himachali albums, some of which are- Himachali Geet Dhamaka (2005), Naati Fever (2016), and Chal Baliye (2016). He has recorded more than 100 audio and video albums.
  • On 6 May 1995, he was awarded by ‘Hind Sangram Parishad’ for his tremendous work in the field of music.
  • He has been awarded the best ‘Pahari Singer’ for two times. He has also won the Pahari Mrinal Award and Him Shri Award.
  • He has performed at both the national and international podiums and has promoted the culture of Himachal across the globe.
  • In 2019, he recorded two songs for the Hindi film- Van Rakshak.
  • He was roped in for the Bollywood movie ‘Yaariyan’ (2020) starring Shakti Kapoor and Surender Pal.

    Auditions of Kuldeep Sharma's Film- Yaariyan

    Auditions of Kuldeep Sharma’s Film- Yaariyan

  • He is a follower of Sant Nirankari Mission and attends Satsang whenever he gets time.
  • He is one of the youngest singers of All India Radio Shimla.
  • His son is following his footsteps and performs with him in various stage shows.

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