02-09-2006 · Daler, whose "Bolo tara ra ra" and several other numbers are major hits, is the elder brother of pop singer Mika, who was recently involved in a kissing row with item number Rakhi Sawant. CHANDIGARH Rakhi Sawant
Sharing his favorites, he revealed that though Tunak Tunak Tun is his biggest grosser till date and an internet phenomenon with fans still making spin-offs and parody videos, Bolo TaRa Ra â€“his very first album is the closest to his heart. Attributing his success to his complete faith on God, he expressed that God has created him and has done and will do the best for him in future as well.
An entire collection of various songs sung by Daler Mehndi for various Bollywood films from his first film Mrityudata with Amitabh Bachchan to the highly acclaimed Gurbani in Bhaag Milka Bhaag.
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A man named Daler Mehndi, unheard of till then, entered our living rooms with Bhangra pop Bolo Tara Ra Ra. It had an entire generation get into mass hysteria and the song became one of the era’s marquee names. He followed this up with the hit and entertaining Dardi Rab Rab (1996), Ho Jayegi Balle Balle (1997) and Tunak Tunak (1998). The songs still echo but the popularity diminished and, somewhere,