Gajendra Verma is an Indian singer, composer, lyricist and sound recordist. He came under the spotlight when he claimed that his song, titled "Emptiness", also known as "Tune Mere Jaana", which he had composed seven-and-a-half years before, leaked on the internet with a fake sympathetic story of a dying IIT student named Rohan Rathore. The song was viewed over 40 million times on YouTube. His 2018 song, Tera Ghata, has over 450+ million YouTube views.
|Born:||April 20, 1990, Sirsa, Haryana, India|
|Occupation(s):||Singer, composer, lyricist, sound recordist|
|Website:||Gajendra Verma's Official site|
|Twitter:||Gajendra Verma's Twitter profile|
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About Gajendra Verma
Indian film soundtrack songwriter and singer known for his work in the pop, classical, and Ghazal genres. He became known for his song "Tune Mere Jaana" ("Emptiness"), which was attached to a fraudulent internet video about a "dying" student.
Early in his career, he composed music for such films as Taur Mittran Di and Table No. 21.
He frequently collaborated with lyricist Aseem Ahmed Abbasee.
His older brother, Vikram Singh Verma, had a career as a Bollywood director and musical composer.
He was born in the same year as fellow Indian film music composer and singer Anirudh Ravichander.
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- Bollywood playback singers
- Indian film score composers
- Indian male film singers