Binnu Dhillon

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Binnu Dhillon
Binnu Dhillon.jpg
Born (1975-08-29) 29 August 1975 (age 43)[1]
Alma materPunjabi University
Occupation
  • Actor
  • stand-up comedian
  • dancer
  • television presenter
Years active1996-present
Known forComedy
Spouse(s)Gurjinder Kaur[citation needed]
Websitewww.iambinnudhillon.com

Binnu Dhillon is an Indian actor known for comic and other roles in Punjabi Cinema.

Early life and education[edit]

Dhillon hails from Dhuri, Sangrur, Punjab, where he did his schooling from Guru Teg Bahadur Public School. He did his post-graduate degree in Theatre and Television from Punjabi University, Patiala.[2]

Career[edit]

Binnu Dhillon began his career as a Bhangra performer and had an opportunity to perform at the Indian Festivals in Germany and UK, he appeared in television and serials before he entered the acting field. He continued to act in plays during his time in university such as a student and as part of the theater and television department's repertory too.

He made his debut on television with the serial Paddu, written and directed by Gurbir Singh Grewal in 1998 and went on to work in popular television serials Sarhad, Lori, Gaoundi Dharti, Sirnaave, Man Jeetey Jag Jeet, Channo Chan Vargi, Professor Money Plant, Jugnu Hazir Hai, Jugnu Mast Mast, Padam Paria, Kankaal, Aaste and Pagdandian. He continued to perform in Tele Films: Khara Dudh and Khich Ghuggi Khich.

He also played small roles in commercially successful Hindi films like Shaheed-E-Azam and Dev D. Binnu has also done some acts with comedian Bhagwant Maan.

In 2010, he directed a play Naughty Baba in Town that was performed in both US and Canada. Binnu is now from one of the most known comedian of Punjabi movies.[3][better source needed]

Binnu Dhillon rose on the Punjabi comedy scene with films like, Carry On Jatta, Sirphire, Raula Pai Gaya, Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22, Lucky Di Unlucky Story, Rangeelay etc.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2002 Shaheed-E-Azam
2005 Nalaik
2007 Mitti Wajaan Maardi
2007 Kaun Kise Da Beli Jeona
2009 Dev.D Dwij Dhillon
2009 Tera Mera Ki Rishta Shingara Praised for his role as a villain
2009 Munde U.K. De Jaile Brar
2009 Lagda Ishq Hogaya Sarjeet Naggar
2009 Love U Bobby
2010 Ekam - Son of Soil Bhagat
2010 Akh Labdi Harjit
2010 Chhevan Dariya (The Sixth River) Ranjit
2011 Jihne Mera Dil Luteya Karanveer
2012 Mirza - The Untold Story Diler Singh
2012 Taur Mittran Di Dulla
2012 Kabaddi Once Again Kirpal 'Clutch' Singh
2012 Carry on Jatta Goldy
2012 Sirphire Happy Singh
2012 Yaar Pardesi Tarsem Singh
2012 Raula Pai Gaya Sunny
2012 Saadi Wakhri Hai Shaan Raunak
2012 Munde Patiala De Mama Ji
2013 Tu Mera 22 Main Tera 22 Sher Singh
2013 Singh vs Kaur Taari
2013 Lucky Di Unlucky Story Dimpi
2013 Rangeelay Titli
2013 Jatts In Golmaal Titoo
2013 Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya Chamkila
2013 Best of Luck Happy
2013 Naughty Jatts Laali
2013 Punjab Bolda
2013 Jatt Airways Inspector Hukum Singh
2013 Viyah 70 Km Lakha
2014 Ishq Brandy Pritam
2014 Mr & Mrs 420 Deputy / Neeru / Japji
2014 Oh My Pyo Binnu
2014 Goreyan Nu Daffa Karo Mann Sahib
2015 What the Jatt!! Daljeet
2015 Angrej Aslam
2015 Munde Kamaal De Tinku
2015 Dildariyaan Bus Conductor
2016 Channo Kamli Yaar Di Taaji
2016 Love Punjab Naseem
2016 Ambarsariya SHO Hakam Singh
2016 Vaisakhi List Minister
2016 Dulla Bhatti Wala Dara
2016 Bambukat Resham Singh
2017 Vekh Baraatan Challiyan Jaggi Waraich
2017 Bailaras Jagga Co-producer also
2018 Carry on Jatta 2 Goldie Dhillon
2018 Vadhayiyaan Ji Vadhayiyaan Pargat Co-producer also
2018 Mar Gaye Oye Loko Gill Bai
2018 Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se Billa
2019 Kala Shah Kala Releasing on 14th February 2019

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Binnu Dhillon Official Facebook - About". Facebook. Retrieved 16 November 2018.
  2. ^ a b "About Me". Retrieved 16 November 2018.
  3. ^ Binnu Dhillon | PUNJAB GOLD :: Punjabi Music, Punjabi Movies, Previews, Reviews, Punjabi Singers, Latest Songs, Videos Portal - Part 2, Punjab Gold, retrieved 2012-10-13

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