Karan Aujla is an Indo-Canadian singer, rapper, and songwriter who is popular for voicing several Punjabi hit songs such as Chitta Kurta, Kya Baat Aa, Chithiyaan, Mexico, Adhiya, and many more.
Karan Aujla Bio
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters– 175 cm|
in meters– 1.75 m
in feet inches 5’ 9”
|Weight (approx.)||in kilograms– 85 kg|
in pounds– 187 lbs
|Body Measurements (approx.)||– Chest: 42 inches|
– Waist: 32 inches
– Biceps: 14 inches
|Eye Colour||Dark Brown|
Karan Aujla is a Jatt, who belongs to a Punjabi Sikh family.
Karan’s father, Balwinder Singh Aujla, worked at a cooperative society. His mother, Rajinder Kaur Aujla, was a homemaker.
When Karan was nine years old, his father passed away in a car accident. After three years, in 2011, his mother breathed her last after fighting cancer. Karan has two elder sisters.
On 26 January 2019, Karan Aujla got engaged to Palak Aujla, a make-up artist from Canada. The engagement took place in Canada. Palak and Karan’s bridal shower was held on 7 August 2022 in Canada, which her close friends and family members attended.
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- Karan imbibed the passion of writing songs from his father Balwinder Singh Aujla, who was fond of writing.
- In 2016, while studying in Class 9, Karan met the popular Indian singer Jassi Gill at a wedding ceremony. During the ceremony, Karan presented the lyrics of his song Range to Jassi.
- In an interview, Karan revealed his desire of collaborating with the American rapper 50 Cent and the Canadian rapper Drake.
- Karan has two pet dogs, Coco and Boss. He created an Instagram page for his pet dogs titled, Bo$$ & Coco Aujla, where he posts several pictures of his pets.
- In an interview, Karan stated that his favourite colour is black.
- In December 2019, Karan ranked second on YouTube’s list of “Most-Listened Artists” in Punjab, India.
- In 2019, Karan was nominated at the Gaana User’s Choice Icons Awards for the category “Best Singer – Punjabi.”
- In February 2020, Karan was invited to perform live at the cultural fest “Karvan” at DAV College, Chandigarh. Before his performance, he was strictly advised by the Chandigarh police to avoid songs, which promoted violence, guns, alcohol, or drugs.