Folk rock , Punjabi. Add links, pictures and videos to make your explanation more appealing. Avengi Ja Nahin We can understand this line by breaking "Bhulla ki Janna", "main Kon". Scared Of The Dark.
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Rabbi (album) - Wikipedia
The album was an instant hit and grabbed notable airtime bula Indian radio. I am neither a great saint or prophet. Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention.
Even I don't have any name. Bullashah says who is there standing wiser than he. View 10 more explanations.
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Make sure you've read our simple tips Hey! Relying on word-of-mouth publicity and a music video, he had a chart topper song " Bulla Ki Jaana ". This article has multiple issues. Leave your name in the history! Basically poet wants to convey that he's a free bird and limitless.
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Nobody knows what I am. I am neither a muslim in mosque nor a hindu in temple. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Avengi Ja Nahin ahergill The band played in some competitions and college festivals before parting ways. He has also worked with award-winning mix engineer Gustavo Celis, who helped him out with some tracks for his album III. What does this song mean to you? Please help by adding reliable sources. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be mergedredirectedor deleted.
Rabbi Shergill's principal contribution to music lies in the use of Punjabi -- which previously had a jsana similar to that of either Bhangra or traditional folk -- to create acoustic rock-based ballads, providing a new musical perspective to this language.