• Music

Apr 10, 1996  in Delhi, India

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After creating waves with his Haryanvi song `Chull`, which is now a part of film `Kapoor and Sons`, Haryanvi singer and rapper Fazilpuria is keen to promote his birthplace Haryana and says that he will sing in his native language as long as he works.

Fazilpuria, whose real name is Rahul Yadav, got his stage name after the village he hails from Fazilpur, near Gurgaon. He thought that if he is promoting Haryana, he should start from his own village.

He promotes Haryanvi music in Bollywood. Even in his upcoming projects, be it with a Punjabi singer or another, his part in the song will always remain in Haryanvi. He wants to bring across his language to a bigger and stronger level.

He says the doors for Punjabi music were opened a long time ago in Bollywood, but there`s still some time before Haryanvi songs become mainstream in the Hindi film industry. After `Chull`, the crooner has worked on two more songs - `2 Many Girls` and `Party by Fazilpuria`