February 16: Pawan Dhariwal (17) is ready to enthral the audience with his upcoming melodious yet powerful track, FATOOR. Excited about his new song, Pawan is all set to release his latest track. He wrapped up its shoot and gave final touches, leaving no space for any last-minute changes as well.
Pawan is the son of famous music composer and writer Shiv Dhariwal. This father-son duo was already making huge in the Punjabi music industry with songs like Jazbaat, Koka, Barasat, Dil Puchda, Jaan to Pyaara, and many more. And this time, they again collaborated on a new song, Fatoor. All songs are shot in foreign locations like the UK, Dubai, Canada, etc.
Super excited and nervous about his upcoming song, Pawan Dhariwal, said, “It is my honour that I got a chance to sing my father’s song. His lyrics and music have helped so many artists make their mark in the industry, and this time it is me. Whatever I have learned is all because of my father, and I am very thankful to him that he entrusted me with such a big responsibility, and I hope to make justice with it.”
Pawan Dhariwal started from really young. He launched his first song when he was in the 7th or 8th class. ‘Child Prodigy’ may sound cliche, but a true phrase, and there is no other label that would suit Pawan the most. It was hard to ignore little Pawan’s intrinsic talent in music, and his father finally gave him a chance in the Punjabi music industry. His father, Shiv Dhariwal, mentored him, and Pawan soon picked the nuances of music and ragas. He practices every day in the morning before going to his school.
According to his Shiv Dhariwal, “I am proud of my son. I see his working hard to be with me in the music industry. I respect his struggles and handwork. He is a fast learner, and his own interest in music gave a huge hope and infinite happiness. It’s a proud moment for me that my son sings songs written by me.”
Pawan is currently studying Diploma in VFX, and it will help him understand the pinpoints of editing and what and how he has to go with his songs and their editing.
Pawan’s father, Shiv Dhariwal, also runs his own music industry named Dhariwal Music Production in the UK.