During video shoot of Banda Ban Ja
Gurmukh Singh Sandhu
4 April 1984
Rurka Kalan, Jalandhar, Punjab
|Associated acts||Jasmine Sandlas|
Gurmukh Singh Sandhu "Garry" Sandhu, is an Indian singer, songwriter and actor known for his work in Punjabi music. He made his singing debut in 2010 with song "Main Ni Peenda" and acting debut with the film Romeo Ranjha (2014). He also owns his record label Fresh Media Records. In 2019, his song "Yeah Baby" was released in a bollywood film De De Pyaar De as "Hauli Hauli". He has been nominated for many awards at PTC Punjabi Music Awards.
|2013||Jatt boys – Putt Jattan De||Playback||Main Kina Tenu Karda|
|2014||Romeo Ranjha||Ranjha||Chandri Raat, Athroo||Debut Film|
|2019||De De Pyaar De||Playback||Hauli Hauli||Bollywood Debut as a playback|
|2019||Laiye Je Yaarian||Playback||Meri Aakad, U & I|
|2020||ABCD 3 (Street Dancer)||Playback||Illegal Weapon, Sip Sip (Remake)||Upcoming|
Awards and nominations
|2012||Sahan To Piyariya||PTC Punjabi Music Awards||Best Debut Vocalist (Male)||Won|||
|Most Romantic Ballad of the Year||Nominated|
|2013||Ik Gal||Best Bhangra Song||Nominated|||
|Raatan||Romantic Ballad of the Year||Nominated|
|Hang||Most Popular Song of the Year||Nominated|
|Raatan||Best Pop Vocalist (Male)||Nominated|
|Magic||Best Album of the Year||Nominated|
|Ik Gal||Best Duet Vocalists||Won|
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