Gulshan Kumar was born on September 8, 1963, in a small town in Punjab, India. He was the son of a farmer, and he grew up working on the family farm. When he was a young man, Kumar decided to leave India and move to Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in order to find work.
In Dubai, Kumar started a small music business, selling cassette tapes of Indian music. He soon realized that there was a large demand for Indian music in the United Arab Emirates, and he began to produce and sell his own cassettes. Kumar’s business grew rapidly, and he eventually opened his own recording studio.
In the early 1990s, Kumar decided to move to Mumbai, India, in order to expand his business. He quickly became one of the most successful music producers in India, and his studio became a major center for the production of Bollywood music.
Kumar was also a major philanthropist, and he founded the charitable organization “Seva Foundation” in order to help the poor and needy. He was killed in a terrorist attack in 1997, but his legacy continues to live on.
Gulshan Kumar was a musical genius and a pioneer in the Indian music industry. He was also a generous and charitable man, who devoted his life to helping the poor and needy. Kumar’s life and work have had a major impact on Indian culture and society, and he will always be remembered as one of the most important figures in Indian music history.