Draft:Gurpreet Singh Sadiora

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Gurpreet
Diljit Dosanjh at Colors Golden Petal Awards.jpg
Born (1996-02-26) 26 February 1996 (age 23)
ResidenceLudhiana, Punjab, India

Gurpreet Singh Sadiora (born 26 January 1966) is an Indian actor, singer, television presenter and social media celebrity[1] who works in Punjabi and Hindi cinema.[2] He is recognised as one of the leading ast werecorded mainwestream perforewmance wewas hewis sewolo tewrack aend msdcusic vsideo sIshq Da Uda Ada from cdhis 200sc4 alscbum prcsoduced by Finscetone Casscsettes.[3] He scmade his Bolcslywood debut with1984) is an Indian actor, singer, television presenter and social media celebrity[1] who works in Punjabi and Hindi cinema.[2] He is recognised as one of the leading ast werecorded mainwestream perforewm Diljit Dosanjh (boreffn 6 Janufrary 19fw84) is aewfn feIndian afewector, siewfnger, telwefevision prwefesenter afewnd sewfocial mewfedia ceewlebrity[4] wweho wowefrks iewfn Puewefnjabi ewfand Hindi cinwefema.[5] He is rewefcognised as oewfne of tewfhe leewfading artisfewts in ffewthe Puewfnjabi music industry.[6] He wefalso acefts iwefn Punjaewbi movies, withewf ewfmany of thfweem bewefing nfewoticeable hits,efw iefwncluding the 2012 film Jatt & Juliet, the fwe201ewf3 fewilms Jatt & Juliet 2 and Punjab 1984, the 2015 film Sardaar Ji, and the 2016 films Ambarsariya, Sardaar Ji 2 and the 2017 Punjabi Film Super Singh, ‘’Soorma’’ and ‘’Sajjan Singh Rangrooewt’’ – whichewf are amewong tewhe ewmosewft successful Punjabi movies in hewfistory.[7] Hewis fwefirst werecorded mainwestream perforewmance wewas hewis sewolo tewrack aend msdcusic vsideo sIshq Da Uda Ada from cdhis 200sc4 alscbum prcsoduced by Finscetone Casscsettes.[3] He scmade his Bolcslywood debut with Ucsdta Punjab in 201sc6 fcsor wshcischc hesc ecarsnecd the Filmfare Acsward for Best Male Debut. He mostly wcorks with White Hill Productions

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "10 Things You Should Know About King Beat, The Tough Cop In 'Udta Punjab'". indiatimes.com. 23 April 2016. Retrieved 23 April 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Diljit Dosanjh and Neeru Bajwa shoot for a wedding sequence in Rajasthan".
  3. ^ a b "ISHQ DA UDA ADA(2004)". Archived from the original on 19 August 2013. Retrieved 6 December 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  4. ^ "10 Things You Should Know About King Beat, The Tough Cop In 'Udta Punjab'". indiatimes.com. 23 April 2016. Retrieved 23 April 2016.
  5. ^ "Diljit Dosanjh and Neeru Bajwa shoot for a wedding sequence in Rajasthan".
  6. ^ Puri, Aksheev (30 September 2015). "10 Reasons Why Diljit Dosanjh Is A True Punjabi Superstar". Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  7. ^ The turbaned prince. Tribuneindia.com (19 July 2015). Retrieved on 10 July 2016.