Kanwar Grewal is a Punjabi Sufi Singer and Lyricist associated with Punjabi Music Industry. He was born in a Sikh family on 01 January 1984 and his birthplace is Village Mehma Sawai, Bathinda, Punjab. His height is about 5′ 11”. He did his schooling at Government Public School and did his graduation from SBC College, Kotkpura, and post-graduation at Punjabi University, Patiala.
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During his childhood, he developed an interest in music, and therefore pursue his interest and passion for music.
He started learning singing when he was in the sixth standard and gave his first stage performance during his school days.
Kanwar Grewal began his professional singing career in the year 2013 with the album “Akhan” and was an instant hit among the audience.
After that, he released his second album titled “Jogi Nath” and this album was also well received.
He entered the Punjabi film industry and made his singing debut through the hit song “Faqeera” from the blockbuster film “Ardaas” in 2016.
In 2016, Kanwar Grewal was married to Bibi Karamjit Kaur from Sri Muktsar Sahib district on 3rd March 2016.
In April 2018, he got the ”Certificate of Appreciation” for contribution to the Punjabi language from the Province of British Columbia.
Kanwar Grewal is one of Punjab’s most mysterious singers whose spiritual music is stepped in Sufi devotion and spirituality.
Every person hears the songs based upon his area of interest, but there are very few singers which sing for the Punjabi Virsa.