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Popular punjabi singer Hans Raj Hans goes corporate

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Popular punjabi singer Hans Raj Hans goes corporate

Advertising industry prefers using celebrities in their advertising campaigns to ensure immediate recall. It not only ensures top of the mind recall of the brand advertised but also creates an aura around the product or the service advertised. Mr. Hans Raj Hans who is immensely popular among the music enthusiasts and is a craze among the youth, will now make himself available to the advertising fraternity, whenever they need him for a concert or for a modelling assignment.

The legendary singer from Punjab, Mr. Hans Raj Hans is today, counted among the best of the playback singers present in India.

The rising Sun among the galaxy of stars, Mr. Hans is one such special person who has become synonymous to the hearts of the people everywhere. The expressiveness of his voice increases manifold when he sings and the easy grace with which he performs is proof enough of the fact that his vocal chords lend immense beauty to the songs.

According to music industry sources, Mr. Hans has a photogenic face, attractive mannerisms and is a rage among 'Generation-Y'! To cater to the needs of the advertising industry and to give them foolproof service, there is a Central Administrative & Marketing Office of his company HRH Entertainers Pvt. Ltd. at #3491, Sector 38-D in Chandigarh. This office looks after the booking of concerts globally and the modelling assignments for Mr. Hans Raj Hans.

HRH Entertainers Pvt. Ltd. has a website by the name of "" to facilitate updated information and immediate access.


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