Jaspreet Jasz is an Indian singer whose voice has appeared in Bollywood and Telugu films as well as commercials. Jaspreet Jasz’s original name is Jaspreet Singh Kohli. He was born in New Delhi, India. Indian Idol, a music reality television show, helped him gain fame. Jaspreet performs on “Intaha Ho Gayi” but after the judges don’t like it, he tells them it is because of the weather. Hearing this, the judges don’t like it and criticize his behavior. Jaspreet Jasz was born on 6 february 1985.
Jaspreet Jasz on Twitter
Jaspreet is widely popular for his songs but he is not popular on twitter. He has only 1182 followers on twitter this is because he is not much active on twitter. Jaspreet Jasz joined twitter in 2011 and he is currently based in Mumbai.
Jasz began singing when he was four years old and has since performed at various gatherings and competitions. He would riyaaz as a child, practicing guitar and harmonium while his peers played outdoors. He received numerous honors and awards as the lead vocalist in his high school band during his adolescence.
Jaspreet Jasz relocated to Mumbai shortly after graduating from college as a result of his exposure on Indian Idol. In 2006, he made his debut as a playback singer in the Bollywood film Dil Kabaddi. Dil Kabaddi is an Indian Hindi film directed by Anil Sharma, who is making his directorial debut. Irrfan Khan, Rahul Bose, Konkona Sen Sharma, Soha Ali Khan, Payal Rohatgi, Rahul Khanna, and Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan make cameo appearances in the film.
Jaspreet Jasz then moved on to his first collaboration with A.R. Rahman, the title music for the film Blue. Anthony D’Souza co-wrote and directed the 2009 Indian Hindi-language action-adventure film Blue, which was produced by Dhilin Mehta under Shree Astavinayak Cine Vision Limited. Akshay Kumar, Sanjay Dutt, and Lara Dutta act in the principal roles, with Katrina Kaif appearing in a cameo part. In the film, Kylie Minogue performs a musical act.
Rahman’s “Nimma Nimma,” which was featured in Danny Boyle’s Isles of Wonder montage at the 2012 Summer Olympics, exposed Jasz to a global audience.