Amar Noorie

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Amar Noorie
ਅਮਰ ਨੂਰੀ
Born Rangeelpur (Ropar)
Genres Bhangra, folk, duets
Occupations Singer, actress
Years active 1981–present
Associated acts Sardool Sikander

Amar Noorie (Punjabi: ਅਮਰ ਨੂਰੀ), also spelled as Amar Noori, is a Punjabi singer[1][2] as well as actress from East Punjab (India). She is married to Sardool Sikander,[1] a noted Punjabi singer. They have two sons Sarang Sikander and Alaap Sikander who are singers/musicians and are introducing their debut work in the music industry in the near future[when?].[citation needed]

Early life and career[edit]

Noorie started professional singing at an early age when she was only 9 years old.[3] Her father Roshan Sagar was a singer. She started singing with Punjabi singer Didar Sandhu in 1981,[4] and made her first recording when she was only 13.[3] In 1986, she met Sardool Sikander and they started singing together and later got married. Later she started acting and played lead and important roles in many Punjabi films. Her first acting break came in 1988 in a landmark TV series "Eho Hamara Jeevna", directed by Gurbir Singh Grewal (based on a novel of Dalip Kaur Tiwana).

Filmography[edit]

Noorie acted in many Punjabi films and also worked as a playback singer for many of them. Here are some of her notable films:

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