Real Name – Jyoti Nooran and Sultana Nooran
Profession – Singer
Date of Birth – 24 February 1994 (Jyoti Nooran)
Age – 25 years(Jyoti Nooran) and 27 years (Sultana Nooran)
Height – 5’6″ (Jyoti Nooran) and 5’4″ (Sultana Nooran)
Weight – unknown
Married – Yes
Fathers Name – Gulshan Mir
Mothers Name – unknown
Brothers Name – Jagpreet Singh
Husband/Wife Name- Kunal Passi (Jyoti)
Children – None
Hometown – Phillaur, Jalandhar, Punjab, India
Nooran sisters belong to a musical family. Their dad, Ustad Gulshan is a composer and grandmother Bibi Nooran was a folk Punjabi singer. The sisters started singing at a very early age and were trained by their father for 10 years in Sufi music. There are seven members in the family, including siblings. When Nooran sisters grandmother died, their father used to give music lessons to support the family. Their Grandmother Bibi Nooran was a well-known singer of her time. Sultan and Jyoti’s father noticed their talent while they were still toddlers.
Nooran sisters are a Sufi singing duo. Initially, the sisters were not sure if the Sufi music is going to give them a bright future. As Sufi music need more understanding of the vocals. But after giving their live performance in Canada it changed their perception. The sisters did their first song in Bollywood with Rahman and consider that experience as “masti, mithaas and shaitaani”. They are very grateful to Sneha(music director) for her great contribution to their success.
Nooran Sisters Debut Song – Tung Tung
Nooran Sisters other songs – Nooran Sisters sang for movies like ‘Sultan’, ‘Mirzya’, ‘Dangal’, ‘Jab Harry met Sejal’ and ‘Bharat’. Their most famous songs are Fakeeran, Duniya Matlab Di, Patakha Guddi, Yaar Di Gali, Jinde Meriye, Ishq, Jogan, Deedar.
Nooran Sisters were discovered in MTV’s Sound Trippin. They sang the song “Tung Tung” which was later adapted in Akhshay Kumar’s movie “Singh is Bling”. Nooran Sisters have sung many songs for Pollywood and Bollywood movies. Some of the songs are Fakeeran, Duniya Matlab Di, Patakha Guddi, Yaar Di Gali, Tung Tung Baje, Jee Ve Sohneya, Yaar Da Deewana, Jinde Meriye, Ishq, Rab Da Karam, Tuk Tuk, JIndriye, Main Yaar Da Deewana, Jogan, Deedar, Main Deewani, Bol Maaye, Rooh, Allah Hu and many more!
Nooran sisters belong from a small town in Jalandhar. After, their grandmother’s death the family lived in a poor condition. Their dad used to give music lessons to survive. It was only when their father discovered both the sister’s talent, he trained them for ten years in Sufi music. Nooran sisters were first recognized by Sneha Khanwalker when she was in a search of unknown voices all over India. After the recognition, both the sister have sung for many Bollywood songs and will continue to sing in the future.