Deepak Kamboj (born 10 December 1986, Ludhiana) is an Indian Artist from Sweden and a Musician based in Stockholm, Sweden. He is a multi-talented musician who is a vocalist, songwriter, and musician. He opened his independent record company in Stockholm, Sweden, known as Folk Studios Sweden in 2017, which promotes and funds emerging musicians and artists in music content development.
Deepak’s latest work comprises Take Off, a Bollywood love song named Bairaagi, published under his record company “Folk Studios” with the title “Folk Studios Originals (Season 1).” Deepak is also commonly known for reconstructing Bollywood and Punjabi songs such as Lehenga, Koi Vi Nahi Club Edition, Dil Diyan Gallan Club Work that he played himself and several other songs that he collaborated with the famous Punjabi record company Pace Records in partnership with.
Deepak was born in Ludhiana, Punjab and having grown up in Dehradun, Uttarakhand and graduated high school at Carman School, Dehradun and completed his Business Administration at the University of Petroleum & Energy Studies U.P.E.S, Dehradun, Uttarakhand and begin signing at his college activities and posting his signing videos on YouTube through which he began his passion for art.
Deepak is tied knot in Stockholm, Sweden to Supriya Nanda Kamboj and has a 2-year-old son, Vir Kamboj. Today Deepak is living in Stockholm, Sweden.
Deepak has a younger brother who is living in India, Tarun Kamboj, mother Sadhna Kamboj, and father Vinod Kamboj.
During the year 2002 Deepak was honored Mr. North India. In 2002 Deepak was also became Mr. Uttarakhand.
Name: Deepak Kamboj
Date of birth: 10 December 1986
Father’s name: Vinod Kamboj
Mother’ name: Sadhna Kamboj
Profession: Singer, Song writer & Musician
Eye color: dark brown
Weight: 79 kg
Height: 5 feet 9 inches
Hair color: dark brown