|Artist Birtday :||08/07/1991 (Age 28)|
|Born In :||Ludhiana, Punjab, India|
|Occupation(s) :||Composer, Singer, Songwriter Instrumentalist, lyricist ,Actor|
|Web Site :||facebook.com/jasleenroyal|
Jasleen Kaur Royal commonly known as Jasleen Royal) is an independent Indian singer, songwriter and a music composer who sings in Punjabi, Hindi and as well as in English.
She won an award for the Best Indie Song at the MTV Video Music Awards India 2013. She received this award for her debut song “Panchi Ho Jaava”, composed and sung by Jasleen which is based on a poem by late Shiv Kumar Batalvi.
She won an award for the “Best Indie Artist” at “Free The Music” an initiative by Songdew especially for Indie musicians. She was nominated alongside established and renowned singers like Kailash Kher, Rabbi Shergill and a Delhi-based band Indus Creed.
She entered Bollywood in September 2014 with Sonam Kapoor and Fawad Khan starrer film Khoobsurat with a song titled “Preet” which was composed by Sneha Khanwalkar and penned by Amitabh Verma.
Kaur completed her schooling from Sacred Heart Convent School, Ludhiana and later moved to New Delhi for further studies. In Delhi, she completed her B.com honors from Hindu College, New Delhi.
With no formal training in music, majorly self-taught, Jasleen first gained popularity when she qualified as one of the semi finalists in the first season of India’s Got Talent in 2009. She was all of 18 years of age at that time. She stood out because of her ability to play multiple instruments at the same time. She was amicably called as the ‘one woman band’ by the then judges Sonali Bendre, Kirron Kher and Shekhar Kapur for she can collectively play the guitar, mouth organ and a tambourine while singing. She can also play the keyboard, which also happens to be the first instrument she ever played. She currently resides in Mumbai and working on multiple Bollywood projects.