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The famous Indian playback singer, Harshdeep Kaur is popularly known as 'Sufi Ki Sultana' because of her soulful Sufi music. Harshdeep Kaur had won the singing competition show, Junoon – Kuch Kar Dikhaane Ka which was showcased on NDTV Imagine in September 2008. Harshdeep had competed from the Sufi Ki Sultan genre with the famous singer Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, who had mentored her in the show. She was then declared ‘Sufi Ki Sultana’ by much known Bollywood actor, Amitabh Bachchan.
After achieving success in such a short span, Harshdeep decided to marry her childhood buddy, Mankeet Singh. The couple got married in a traditional Sikh wedding ceremony on March 20, 2015, in Mumbai. On March 2, 2021, Harshdeep and Mankeet had welcomed their first child, a baby boy, and had named him Hunar Singh. Harshdeep Kaur had shared the joy of being a mother through her social media handle and had thanked her fans for showering her family with love and blessings.
The singer is a proud mother and actively shares pictures and videos of her cute little boy, showcasing his mischief. A few hours ago, Harshdeep shared a video of Hunar. In the video, Hunar was lying on the bed, and a pillow was kept in front of him, in which, Harshdeep and Mankeet’s picture was printed. The baby boy was so happy to see his mommy and daddy, that he grabbed the pillow and kissed his parent's picture on the pillow cover.
Harsheep Kaur caught her son’s adorable reaction in a video and shared it on her Instagram handle, along with a note, which can be read as, “Mummy Papa Ka Deewana #Hunar Singh” and “His Fimly Mommy Just Had to Do this @mankeet Singh.”" To make the video more entertaining, Harsheep Kaur also added a background music, Mujhe Maaf Karna Om Sai Ram, from the film, Biwi No.1.
Harshdeep is cherishing each and every moment of her motherhood. On the Occasion of Janamashtami, she posted an adorable picture with her son, on her IG handle. She had dressed Hunar, in a bright yellow kurta and white dhoti, and captioned the picture as "Happy Janamashtami from me and my little Krishna."
Harshdeep Kaur last sung the song Mere Baabula-Madhaniyaa, for the film, Jawaani Jaaneman.