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Yudhvir Manak

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Native name  ਯੁਧਵੀਰ ਮਾਣਕ
Years active  2000–2011
Parents  Kuldeep Manak
Occupation(s)  Singer
Spouse  Jasmine Manak (m. 2006)
Genre  World
Yudhvir Manak wearing black leather jacket and his father Kuldeep Manak wearing eyeglasses and black long sleeves

Albums  Dil Dharhkey, Tera Dil Mera
Similar  Kuldeep Manak, Pammi Bai, Aman Hayer, Surjit Khan, Jazzy B

Yudhvir manak at vill noorpur latest nov 2016


Yudhvir Manak (Punjabi: ਯੁਧਵੀਰ ਮਾਣਕ) is an Indian Punjabi singer. He is better known for his album Dil Dharkey released in 2006 and song Sucha Surma.

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Yudhvir manak and jazzy b last night at mela manak da 2016


Personal life and career

Yudhvir Manak wearing shades, white coat and black shirt and a man beside him smiling and wearing eyeglasses and red shirt

Manak was born in Tarkihe, Punjab, India to Punjabi legendary singer Kuldip Manak. He is married to Jasmine Manak and the couple has 1 child. Manak started his singing career in 2000 with his debut album Billo Mera Dil Lay Gayi T-Series produced by Kuljit. He has also sung one song in multi-starer album Ground Shakers 2 produced by Aman Hayer. In 2011 he stopped his singing career due to his medical condition and he has lost all his senses, the Chief Minister of Punjab Parkash Singh Badal has assured free treatment and all possible help to Yudhvir Manak.

Yudhvir Manak pointing his finger and wearing black jacket and black pants

Yudhvir Manak wearing black leather jacket and white long sleeves

Yudhvir Manak wearing checkered hat and yellow jacket

Manmohan Waris holding a microphone and Yudhvir Manak smiling while wearing checkered hat, shades and white coat

Yudhvir Manak singing while wearing yellow long sleeves and vest

Yudhvir Manak holding a microphone while wearing shades, red coat and checkered long sleeves

Songs

Apne Begane2005
Kini Sohni2009
Akhan Ch2008

References

Yudhvir Manak Wikipedia