Amrinder Gill

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Amrinder Gill
Birth nameAmrinder Singh Gill
Born(1976-05-11) May 11, 1976 (age 36)
OriginVillage Boorchand, Amritsar, Punjab
GenresPunjabi, Bhangra, Romantic, Hindi Pop
OccupationsSinger, Actor
Years active2000-Present
LabelsKamlee Records Ltd (United Kingdom)
Speed Records (India)
T-Series (India)
Planet Recordz (North America)
Websitehttp://www.amrindergill.co.uk/
 
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Amrinder Gill
Birth nameAmrinder Singh Gill
Born(1976-05-11) May 11, 1976 (age 36)
OriginVillage Boorchand, Amritsar, Punjab
GenresPunjabi, Bhangra, Romantic, Hindi Pop
OccupationsSinger, Actor
Years active2000-Present
LabelsKamlee Records Ltd (United Kingdom)
Speed Records (India)
T-Series (India)
Planet Recordz (North America)
Websitehttp://www.amrindergill.co.uk/

Amrinder Gill (Punjabi: ਅਮਰਿੰਦਰ ਗਿੱਲ) is a Punjabi singer and an actor.

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Biography

He was born and raised in Boorchand village, Amritsar, Punjab. He has a master's degree in agriculture science.[1] He was passionate about singing since his childhood, and came into the public limelight with his breakthrough track “Paigam,” followed by such hits such like “Daru,” “Madhaania,” “Khedan De Din,” with Sunidhi Chauhan, and many others like “Mail Kara De” and “Dildarian.”

He made his acting debut in director Manmohan Singh's superhit Punjabi Film Munde U.K. De in 2009 in a supporting role with Jimmy Shergill and Neeru Bajwa. He followed that up with a lead role in Manmohan Singh's Ik Kudi Punjab Di. His next film Taur Mittran Di for Jimmy Shergill productions released in May 2012, it paired him with actress Surveen Chawla and MTV VJ and Bollywood actor Rannvijay Singh. It Opened to a below average response, it had the seventh highest opening day in Punjabi Films.[2] His next movie underproduction is Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 which pairs him with Punjabi rapper Honey Singh and actress Mandy Takhar. After that he will be seen in Saadi Love Story that co stars Diljit Dosanjh, Neeru Bajwa and Surveen Chawla and is being directed by Dheeraj Rattan who's written several blockbusters of Punjabi Cinema.[3]

Discography

Guest appearances

YearAlbumRecord LabelMusicTracks
2000Apni Jaan KeGoyal MusicSukhpal SukhTracks 8
2001Chan Da TukdaFinetouchGurmeet SinghTracks 10
2002Ek Vaada/PaigaamFinetouchGurmeet SinghTracks 8
2004Kamli KudiyeFinetouchGurmeet SinghTracks 8
2005DildarianKamlee Records Ltd/Music WavesSukshinder ShindaTracks 8
2007Silent TearsMusic WavesSimon Nandhra
2007IshqKamlee Records Ltd/Speed Records/Planet RecordzSukshinder ShindaTracks 10
2009DooriyanKamlee Records Ltd/Speed Records/Planet RecordzSukshinder ShindaTracks 9
2011JudaaEnvy/Music Waves/Speed RecordsDr. ZeusTracks 10
YearAlbumRecord LabelNotes
2009Collaborations 2MovieBox/Speed Records/Planet RecordzGuest appearance in Song Tu Hi Tu. Along with Sukshinder Shinda

Soundtracks

Amrinder Gill has been featured on a few Punjabi Film Soundtracks:

YearFilm SoundtrackNotes
2005Yaaran Naal BaharanSong Khedan De Din With Sunidhi Chauhan
2009Munde U.K. DeSung Ishq Ho Gaya and Dil Milyan De Mele
2010Ik Kudi Punjab DiSung Kudi Punjabi Di With Sukhshinder Shinda
2012Taur mittran DiSung Taur Mittran Di With Gajendra Verma

Filmography

YearMovieRoleNotesMovie LabelSoundtrack LabelMusic/Director
2009Munde U.K. DeJagjot GillDebut FilmPunj-Aab Movies InternationalTipsSukshinder Shinda
2010Ik Kudi Punjab DiSehaj PalDebut Lead FilmPunj-Aab Movies InternationalMovieBox/Speed Records/Planet RecordzSukshinder Shinda
2012Taur Mittran DiHimmat SinghReleased on 11 May 2012Eros ENT./Jimmy Shergill ProductionsErosJaidev Kumar
2012Jatt & JulietYuvraj SinghFiance of Pooja(Neeru Bajwa)Speed RecordsSpeed RecordsJatinder Singh-Shah, DJ Nik
2012Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22RobbyAmrinder Gill with Honey SinghSpeed Surya FilmsSpeed RecordsHoney Singh, Popsy (The Music Machine)
2012Saadi Love StoryTalwar KangAmrinder Gill with Diljit DosanjhEros ENT./Jimmy Shergill ProductionsSpeed RecordsJaidev Kumar
2013Hikk Naal[citation needed]TBA[citation needed]Amrinder Gill with Angrej Ali[citation needed]Aman Khatkar and Inda Raikoti Productions[citation needed]Speed Records[citation needed]Popsy (The Music Machine)[citation needed]

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