Those who grew up in Punjabi households during the 90s must have heard Late Kulwinder Dhillon’s songs. The man started his music career in 1998, but it was in 2000 when he found fame with the success of his album Kachehrian Ch Mele Lagde. The song's title became Dhillon's identity. He followed up with more successful albums, and his songs catered to every kind of audience including urban, rural, young and old. College and Vailee took his popularity to the next level. In 2006, after he had just released another album Akhara, on 19 March, he died in a road accident on Phagwara-Banga highway. He was on his way back from a show. He left behind his wife and son Armaan Dhillon who was barely five years old at that time.
Armaan Dhillon now a teenager is studying in 12th class and has a keen interest in music. He wants to join the singing line and also is taking music lessons for it.
Kulwinder Dhillon was reaching new heights in his music career, but tragedy cut his life short. We hope Armaan Dhillon takes his father's legacy forward and emerges as a star just like his father.