Hard Kaur is the first Indian female rapper to make a name for herself in the music industry. Born Taran Kaur Dhillon on 29 July 1979 in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India, Hard Kaur has been a rapper, hip hop singer, playback singer, and actress in Bollywood.
Hard Kaur began her career in 1995, and has since released several albums and singles, including her debut album Supawoman in 2007. She has also featured on numerous soundtracks for Bollywood films, such as “Aaj Ki Raat” from the film Don, and “Move Your Body” from the film Johnny Gaddaar.
Hard Kaur has been a trailblazer in the Indian music industry, paving the way for other female rappers to follow. She has collaborated with a number of renowned Indian artists, including A.R. Rahman, Mika Singh, and Yo Yo Honey Singh.
In addition to her music career, Hard Kaur has also acted in several Bollywood films, including Kya Love Story Hai, Ek Second… Jo Zindagi Badal De, and Double Dhamaal. She has also appeared in television shows such as Bigg Boss and Comedy Circus.
Hard Kaur has been recognized for her contributions to the music industry, and has won several awards, including the MTV Immies Best Hip Hop Video award for her song “Ek Glassy” in 2008.
Hard Kaur is an inspiration to aspiring female rappers in India, and her success has opened the door for other female rappers to make their mark in the music industry.