| Gurinder Kaur Kainth|
Singer · misspooja.org
| 4 December 1980 (age 35)
Rajpura, Punjab, India (1980-12-04) |
Bhangra, Pop, Folk
Religious, Hip Hop, Dance
Shinda Shonki, Darshan Khella, Geeta Zaildar, Preet Brar, Roshan Prince
Pooja Kiven AA, Ishq Garaari
Manpreet Kainth, Mandeep Kaur Kainth
Panjaban, Jattitude, Topper 2, The Rough Guide to Bhangra, Pub Te Club
Miss Pooja Wikipedia
Miss Pooja (born 4 December 1980 as Gurinder Kaur Kainth) is an Indian singer and is widely regarded as having revived Punjabi duet songs. She has become the largest-selling female bhangra artist in India and overseas. A partial reason for her success is the rapid increase in the number of songs that she continues to record. She has released duets with more than 100 different male love balrajkamal singers.
In 2006, Miss Pooja debuted with her first duet song "Jaan Ton Piyari". In 2009, her debut solo album was "Romantic Jatt" and the music video of her song "Do Nain" from that album was shot in Toronto, Canada. In 2010, her first two films were "Panjaban" and "Channa Sachi Muchi". In 2012, the music video of her song "Shona Shona" from her third solo album "Jattitude" was shot in Hong Kong and she also made a debut in the Bollywood Industry with the song "Second Hand Jawani" from the film "Cocktail". In 2013, her third film was "Pooja Kiven Aa" and fourth film was "Ishq Garaari". As of 2013, she has recorded over 3000 songs, released over 300 music albums (including religious music albums), shot over 800 music videos and acted in five Punjabi films.
In 2009 Miss Pooja won Best International Act at the UK Asian Music Awards.
In 2010 she won Best International Album for her album Romantic Jatt.
In 2011 she was nominated for Shri Tanveer Singh Dhami ji International Act and Best International Album (for Panjaban) and ended up winning Best International Act.
In 2011 she won PTC Punjabi Film Award Best Duet Female Film: Punjaban.