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Daler Singh, known by his stage name "Daler Mehndi", born 1967/1968 (age 50–51), is an Indian singer, songwriter, author, record producer, performer, and environmentalist.He is credited with making Bhangra popular worldwide, and helping to set up a parallel non-film Indian pop music industry to the pre-Daler era’s then existent Bollywood music. ...
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