Zubeen Garg Biography: Age, Early Life, Career and Featuring

Zubeen Garg

Zubeen Garg Introduction: On November 18, 1972, in Zubeen Borthakur, Zubeen Garg was born. He primarily works in the Assamese, Bengali, and Hindi-language film and music industries and sings in those languages, but he has also performed in many other languages and dialects, such as Boro, English, Goalpariya, Kannada, Karbi, Khasi, Malayalam, Marathi, Missing, Nepali, Odia, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, and Tiwa.

He can play 12 instruments, including the Ananda Lohori, the dhol, the dotara, the drums, the guitar, the harmonica, the harmonium, the mandolin, the keyboard, the tabla, and numerous percussion instruments. He is also an instrumentalist.

The Kalaguru Artiste Foundation, which is administered by Zubeen Garg, raises money for several organizations. When severe floods struck Assam, he urged people to send clothing, medications, and money.

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Zubeen Garg Early Life Personal Life

Garg Zubeen was born to Mohini and Ily Borthakur in Tura, Meghalaya, into a Brahmin family.  Under the pen name Kapil Thakur, his father Mohini Borthakur writes poetry and lyric songs. Garg attempted to earn a bachelor’s in science but gave it up to focus on his singing profession.

Zubeen GargCareer

When Zubeen Garg won a gold prize for his solo western performance at a youth event in 1992, he gained the confidence to pursue a career as a singer. He then made a career out of music with the 1992 release of his first zubeen garg Assamese song album, Anamika. Gaane Ki Aane, the first song he wrote for this album, was done when he was just 13 years old. He went on to release a tonne more albums and movie tracks, including Ujaan Piriti (1995), Asha (1995), and Maya (1994).

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Midway through 1995, Garg relocated to Mumbai to work in the Bollywood music business, where he released Chandni Raat, his maiden Indipop solo album. Later, he cut songs for Hindi movies. Zubeen song are Yuhi Kabhi, Dil Se, Fiza, Sparsh, Mere Liye, Nupur, and Kaante.

He sang the songs “Aane wala pal,” “Sapne saare,” and “khwabon ki” from the film Plan, “Mango agar dil se to Khuda,” “Holi re,” “Mumbai se Aiya Mera Dost,” and “Jo Pyar tune” from the film Jaal: The trap in 2004.

Zubeen Garg Private life

Jonkey Borthakur, the younger sister of Garg, was an actress and singer who passed away in a car accident in Sonitpur district in February 2002 while traveling to perform on stage with other singers. In honor of Jonkey Borthakur, he had two albums, Akou Hiyamon, and Xixhu, issued in 2002.

On February 4th, 2002, Zubeen Garg wed Garima Saikia, an Assamese fashion designer from Golaghat.

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