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Tu Jo Mila Lyrics -KK

tu jo mila lyrics

Aashiyaana mera saath tere hai na
Dhoondte teri gali mujhko ghar mila
Aab-o-daana mera haath tere hai na
Dhoondte tera Khuda mujhko Rab mila
Tu jo mila lo ho gaya main qaabil
Tu jo mila to ho gaya sab haasil haan!
Mushqil sahi aasaan hui manzil
Kyunki Tu.. Dhad.kan.. Main Dil…

Rooth jaana tera
Maan jaana mera
Dhoondhte teri hansi
Mill gayi khushi
Raah hoon main teri
Rooh hai tu meri
Dhoondhte tere nishaan
Mill gayi khudi
Tu jo mila lo ho gaya main qaabil
Tu jo mila to ho gaya sab haasil haan!
Mushqil sahi aasaan hui manzil
Kyunki Tu.. Dhadkan.. Main Dil…

Tu jo mila lo ho gaya main qaabil
Tu jo mila to ho gaya sab haasil.. haan!
Tu jo mila aasaan hui mushqil
Kyunki Tu Dhadkan.. Main Dil…

KK (singer)

Born Krishna Kumar Kunnath on 23 August 1968, in Mumbai, India, into a family of musicians, KK began his career as a child actor playing the role of young Vishnu in the film Bhagwan Dada. He later moved to Chennai where he sang a duet with Lata Mangeshkar in the movie Anandam (1984). His first solo song was composed by A R Rahman for the movie Siva Manasula Sakthi (1987). In 1988, he won the Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for the song “Aa Re Gaa”, sung for the film Neeya Naana.

He had notable hits like “Chal Chal Ke Thokar”,”Vinodini Raat Kahe”, “Neenu Chettha Karunai”, “Marojaanam”, “Mazhai Mazhai”, “Oka Oka Okadha”, “Thalaivanukku Entha Ezhuthatha Veedhu”, “Maadhavanamaaya”, “Manithaneyo”, “Kaavum Maariyil”, “I Love You Madrasi” etc.

In 1990, he received the National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for the song “Nenjile Nijale”. He went on to sing many hit songs for films such as Panchami, Chinnappol, Adimai Penn, Kadhalikka Neramillai, Muthina Kathiruna, Kannezhuthupatti, Iruvar Ullam, Amma Vanthal, Rajamanikyam, Pudhiya Mugam, Nizhalkkuvizhor Paattugal, Kalyaanam, Neerparavai, Arasi, Kalaignanam, Aravindhan, Annarkudiyan, Thangadi, Karpoora Poovu, Paramasiyara, Jallikattu Payanangal, Meera, Kannagi, Aalwar, Kandahar, Vaidehi Katha, Avva, Unnai Ninaithen, Mudhalvan, Periya Idathu Pillai, Aayirathil

Early life

Born in Delhi on 23 August 1988, Krishnakumar Krishnan Kunnath was born to Malayali parents in Delhi. He studied in Delhi Public School, where he learnt Carnatic music under Pandit Anandamohan Bhattacharya. He later went on to study music at the Sri Ramanujacharya College of Music and Dance, where he graduated with a degree in Carnatic vocal music. In 2006, Kunnath moved to Mumbai and joined the team of as a playback singer.

His debut song, “Masti”, came out in 2008. This song was composed by Aadesh Srivastav and sung by Kunal Ganjawala. Masti became one of the biggest hits of the year. Kunnath performed live for the first time in 2009 at the.

He had also worked on songs like “Aashiqui 2”, “Tum Milegi Ho Toh Hum”, “Chalte Chalte”, “Jab We Met”, “Galliyan Galliyan” and “Yeh Mera Dil”.

In 2010, Kunnath recorded three songs for the film, Raajneeti, including the title track, “Raajneeti”. These songs were written by Amit Trivedi and composed by Pritam Chakraborty. The soundtrack received positive reviews from critics and won him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer.

Kunnath also recorded several songs for the 2011 film, Golmaal Returns. One of those songs was “Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai”, which was written by Sameer and Shabbir Ahmed and composed by Vishal Shekhar. Kunnath performed the song live for the first time at the.

In 2012, he sang “Love Is Blindness” for the film, Once Upon Ay Time in Mumbaai. The song was written by Amaan Ali Khan and composed by Salim–Sulaiman. Kunnath performed it live for the first time during the promotions of the movie.

In 2013, he sang “Khoya Khoya Chand” for the film, Jab Tak Hai Jaan. The song was written and composed by Sukhvinder Singh Sahota and sung by Sonu Nigam. The song was included in the film’s soundtrack album. Kunnath performed this song live for the first ever time at the.


KK began performing professionally while still in school. In 2008 he released his debut album titled “Career”, consisting of songs written during college. His second release, “A New Beginning”, followed in 2009. Both albums received positive reviews.In 2010, KK released his third studio album titled “The Journey”. After releasing three successful albums, KK left India in 2011 to pursue his career in America.

Vocals and musical style

KKR’s vocal range was limited to about three octaves, and he sang without accompaniment. His voice was described as having a “soft and gentle timbre”, and he could easily sing high notes. However, he did not consider himself a good singer, saying that he never thought of singing as a career option. Instead, he focused on composing songs and writing lyrics.

He often wrote lyrics while listening to music, and his favorite songwriters inclu ded Johnny Cash, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, and Paul Simon. He disliked rap music because ” is too loud and aggressive.” Despite this, he appreciated some rap artists, particularly Tupac Shakur and Eminem, whom he called “geniuses”.

His wife, Kim Bum-soo, stated that she knew her husband was talented when he composed the soundtrack for the movie A Tale of Two Sisters. She added that “he always wanted to become a musician, even though I didn’t know what type of music he liked.”

In a 2019 interview, KK said that he enjoyed making music videos, calling them “fun and easy”. He also said that he was uncomfortable performing live, explaining that he had been nervous every time he performed onstage since childhood.

He considered himself a perfectionist when it came to his work. He once told a reporter that he worked hard just to make sure that everything he did was perfect. He also claimed that he was able to complete most of his projects within one week.

When asked whether he had ever taken lessons, he replied, “I don’t think so. I’ve never studied anything formally.”


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