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Jimmy Shergill
Sheirgill in 2017
Born
Jasjit Singh Gill

3 December 1970 (1970-12-03) (age 53)
Other namesJimmy Shergill
EducationPunjabi University
St. Francis' College
Occupations
  • Actor
  • producer
Years active1996–present
Spouse
Priyanka Puri
(m. 2001)
Children1

Jimmy Sheirgill (born Jasjit Singh Gill; 3 December 1970), also credited as Jimmy Shergill, is an Indian actor and producer who primarily works in Hindi and Punjabi films. Sheirgill is a recipient of several accolades including one Producers Guild Film Award and one PTC Punjabi Film Award with one Filmfare Award nomination.[1]

Sheirgill began his film career with the 1996 thriller Maachis. His breakthrough came with the blockbuster musical romantic drama Mohabbatein (2000), which became the highest-grossing Hindi film of the year, following which he starred in several other box-office hits including - Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai (2002), Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. (2003), Hum Tum (2004), A Wednesday! (2008), Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster (2011), Tanu Weds Manu (2011), Special 26 (2013), Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns (2013), Happy Bhag Jayegi (2016) and De De Pyaar De (2019). His highest-grossing releases came with the comedy-drama Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006), the drama film My Name Is Khan (2010) and the romantic comedy Tanu Weds Manu: Returns (2015), all of which rank among the highest-grossing Indian films of all time. The latter earned him a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Sheirgill made his Punjabi film debut with Yaaran Naal Baharan in 2005. His notable work in Punjabi cinema include Mel Karade Rabba (2010), Dharti (2011), Aa Gaye Munde U.K. De (2014), Shareek (2015) and Daana Paani (2018). He won the PTC Award for Best Actor for Mel Karade Rabba. The actor has also produced several Punjabi films.

Early life[edit]

Sheirgill was born on 3 December 1970,[2][3] into a Jat family of Punjabi Sikh aristocracy.[4] His paternal great aunt was the famous Indian artist Amrita Sher-Gil.[5]

He studied at St. Francis' College, Lucknow for a few years and then moved to his ancestral home state of Punjab, in 1985. He studied at The Punjab Public School, Nabha and at Bikram College, Punjabi University, Patiala.[6] He completed his graduation degree from Post Graduate Government College - 11, Chandigarh and Panjab University.[7]

Sheirgill went to Mumbai after a cousin convinced him to try his luck in the film industry. There, he attended Roshan Taneja's acting classes.[4]

Career[edit]

Hindi films[edit]

Sheirgill started his acting career in 1996 with the critically acclaimed film Maachis, directed by Gulzar, based on the terrorism in Punjab.[8] The film did reasonably well at the box office and got him noticed by all the top filmmakers in the industry, which led him to being cast in Aditya Chopra's Mohabbatein alongside stalwarts like Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, and Aishwarya Rai. He has consistently won rave reviews for all his performances in films such as Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai (2002), Dil Hai Tumhaara (2002), Haasil (2003), Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. (2003), Yahaan (2005), Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006), Eklavya: The Royal Guard (2007), A Wednesday! (2008), My Name Is Khan (2010), Tanu Weds Manu (2011), Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster (2011), Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns (2013), Special 26 (2013), Bullett Raja (2013), Fugly (2014) and Tanu Weds Manu: Returns (2015). He also worked with rising star of the time Amisha Patel in Yeh Zindagi Ka Safar (2001). He won the Star Guild Awards previously known as Apsara guild awards for Best Actor In A Supporting Role for a movie A Wednesday![9]

Punjabi films[edit]

He started acting in Punjabi films in 2005 with Manmohan Singh's Yaaran Naal Baharan, which did well at the box office. He went on to act in several other Punjabi films. He is currently one of the top actors in the industry, and some of the films he has acted in have been hits. He plans to produce and act in one Punjabi film every year, for which he has signed a deal with Bollywood production house Eros International. His first film as a producer, Dharti, released in 2011 and did well at the box office.[10] The next production from his company was Taur Mittran Di, that was released in May 2012. He has lined up two more films for production; the multi-star cast Saadi Love Story, in which he's cast Diljit Dosanjh, Amrinder Gill, Neetu Singh, Surveen Chawla[11][12] and himself in a cameo and another film titled Rangeelay, which casts him in the lead with Neha Dhupia.[13][14]

Personal life and other work[edit]

Sheirgill married his long time girlfriend Priyanka Puri in 2001.[15][16] They have a son named Veer.[17] Sheirgill changed the spelling of his surname "Shergill" to "Sheirgill" because the name Jimmy Shergill was already used on social media.[18]

Sheirgill walked the ramp with underprivileged children for a charity fashion show in 2013.[19] In 2014, he donated warm clothes for the homeless in North India. Sheirgill participated in the 6-hour telethon to raise funds to rebuild Kerala, which was devastated by floods in 2018.[20][21]

Media image[edit]

Sampada Sharma of Indian Express said that Sheirgill is the actor "who focused more on the characters he played rather than being the hero".[2] Agnivo Niyogi of The Telegraph noted, "Jimmy Sheirgill is an actor so good that he owns every frame he's in, no matter how popular or seasoned his co-star is."[3] Firstpost termed him as "one of the most versatile actors" and added that he is known for being "very choosy about his roles".[22]

In an interview, Sheirgill said that he believes his "unconventional film choices" have worked in his favour as the audiences now associate him with good roles. He further added that it has also led to a lot of interesting work coming his way.[23] Rediff.com placed him 7th in its "Best Actors" list of 2011.[24] Sheirgill is a celebrity endorser for brands and products such as Ezeepay and Mahindra Verito. He has also being the brand ambassador of Punjab Premier League.[25][26]

Filmography[edit]

Hindi films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref(s).
1996 Maachis Jaimal 'Jimmy' Singh [27][28]
1999 Jahan Tum Le Chalo Aakash [29]
2000 Mohabbatein Karan Choudhary [30]
2001 Yeh Zindagi Ka Safar Jai Bharadwaj [31]
2002 Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai Rohit Khanna [32]
Dil Hai Tumhaara Sameer [33]
Dil Vil Pyar Vyar Hrithik Mittal [34]
Kehtaa Hai Dil Baar Baar Sunder Kapoor [35][36]
2003 Haasil Aniruddha 'Ani' Sharma [37]
Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. Zaheer Ali Khan [38]
2004 Agnipankh Siddharth Singh [39]
Charas Dev Anand [40]
Hum Tum Mihir Vora [41]
2005 Silsiilay Tarun Ahuja [42][43]
Yahaan Captain Aman [44]
2006 Prateeksha Dr. Kishen Lal [45]
Umar Shashank Dutt [46]
Tom, Dick, and Harry Harshvardhan "Harry" [47]
Yun Hota Toh Kya Hota Hemant Punj [48]
Lage Raho Munna Bhai Victor D'Souza [49]
Bas Ek Pal Rahul Kher [50]
Rehguzar Rahul Khanna [51]
2007 Eklavya: The Royal Guard Prince Udaywardhan Rana [52]
Delhii Heights Abheer 'Abhi' [53]
Raqeeb Sunny Khanna [54]
Victoria No. 203 Jimmy Joseph [55]
Chhodon Naa Yaar Ravi Prasad [56]
Dus Kahaniyaan Kabir [57]
Strangers Rahul [58]
2008 Hastey Hastey Neel [59]
A Wednesday! Inspector Arif Khan [60]
2009 Bachelor Party Rocky [61]
Marega Salaa Inspector Jai Kumar [62]
2010 My Name is Khan Zakir Khan
A Flat Rahul Verma [63]
2011 Tanu Weds Manu Raja Awasthi [64]
Game Vikram Kapoor [65]
Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Aditya Pratap Singh (Saheb) [66]
2012 Dangerous Ishhq ACP Bhargav Singh [67]
Shoebite N/A Unreleased [68][69]
2013 Rajdhani Express DCP Yadav [70]
Special 26 SI Ranveer Singh [71]
Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns Aditya Pratap Singh (Saheb) [72]
Four Two Ka One Vijay Kumar [73]
Bullett Raja Rudra Tripathi [74]
2014 Fugly Inspector R.S. Chautala [75]
Darr @ The Mall Vishnu Sharma/Arjun [76]
Bang Bang! Colonel Viren Nanda Cameo appearance [77]
2015 Tanu Weds Manu: Returns Raja Awasthi Nominated – Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor[78] [79]
Uvaa S.P Tejaveer Singh [80]
2016 Shortcut Safari Chief Jimmy [81]
Traffic Gurbir Singh [82]
Shorgul Ranjit Om [83]
Madaari Nachiket Verma [84]
Happy Bhag Jayegi Daman Singh Bagga [85]
Yea Toh Two Much Ho Gayaa Mann/Mohan [86]
Dil Sala Sanki Bachcha Babu [87]
Mahayoddha Rama Laxman Voiceover [88]
2017 Shubh Mangal Saavdhan Himself Guest appearance [89]
Ranchi Diaries Jimmy Sheirgill, A Cop [90]
2018 Mukkabaaz Bhagwandas Mishra [91]
Veerey Ki Wedding Balli Arora [92]
Phamous Radhe Shyam [93]
Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster 3 Aditya Pratap Singh (Saheb) [94]
Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi Daman Singh Bagga [95]
2019 SP Chauhan Thakur Satpal Chauhan [96]
Gun Pe Done Pancham [97]
De De Pyaar De Vakil 'VK' Kapoor [98]
Family of Thakurganj Nannu [99]
Jhootha Kahin Ka Tommy Pandey [100]
Judgementall Hai Kya Sridhar Awasthi [101]
P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar Rajveer Singh [102]
Pati Patni Aur Woh Narrator [103]
2021 Collar Bomb Manoj Hesi [104]
2022 Double XL Atul Chhabra Special Appearance
2023 Operation Mayfair Detective Amar Singh
Aazam Javed
2024 Auron Mein Kahan Dum Tha Vijay Bharadwaj Post-production [105]
Mr. I Rudra Srivastava / Mr. I Post-production

Punjabi films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref(s).
2005 Yaaran Naal Baharan Navdeep Singh Brar/Deep [106]
2006 Mannat Nihal Singh [107]
2009 Tera Mera Ki Rishta Meet [108]
Munde U.K. De Roop Singh [109]
2010 Mel Karade Rabba Rajveer Gill [110]
2011 Dharti Jasdeep Singh Wadala/Jay Singh Also producer [111]
2013 Saadi Love Story Rajveer Also producer

Cameo

[112]
Rangeelay Sunny/Bobby Also producer [113]
2014 Aa Gaye Munde U.K. De Roop Singh [114]
2015 Hero Naam Yaad Rakhi Hero [115]
Shareek Jassa/Zorawar [116]
2016 Vaisakhi List Jarnail Singh [117]
2017 Jindua Karamjeet Singh/Karma [118]
2018 Daana Paani Mehtab Singh [119]
2022 Shareek 2 Jaswant Singh Randhawa/Fateh Singh Randhawa [120][121]
2023 Tu Hovein Main Hovan Garry Malwani [122]

Producer[edit]

Year Title Notes Ref(s).
2011 Dharti Under Jimmy Sheirgill Productions [123]
2012 Taur Mittran Di [124][125]
2013 Saadi Love Story [125]
2013 Rangeelay [125]

Web series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref(s).
2019 Rangbaaz Phirse Amar Pal Singh Season 2 [126]
2020–present Your Honor Judge Bishan Khosla 2 seasons [127]
2022 Bandon Mein Tha Dum Narrator Documentary series [128]
2023 Choona Avinash Shukla Netflix Series [129]
Ranneeti: Balakot & Beyond TBA Completed [130]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2013 BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor in a Thriller Film Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns Won [131]
2016 Filmfare Awards Best Supporting Actor Tanu Weds Manu Returns Nominated [132]
2017 Filmfare Awards Punjabi Best Actor Vaisakhi List Nominated [133]
2018 Jindua Nominated [134]
Best Actor - Critics Nominated
2022 Indian Television Academy Awards Popular Actor - OTT Your Honor Nominated [135]
2017 International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Comedian Happy Bhag Jayegi Nominated [136]
2009 Producers Guild Film Awards Best Actor in a Supporting Role A Wednesday! Won [137]
2014 Best Actor in a Negative Role Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns Nominated [138]
2011 PTC Punjabi Film Awards Best Actor Mel Karade Rabba Won [139]
2012 Dharti Nominated
2014 Rangeelay Nominated
2015 Aa Gaye Munde U.K. De Nominated
2016 Shareek Nominated
2018 Jindua Nominated
2019 Daana Paani Nominated [140]
2009 Screen Awards Best Supporting Actor A Wednesday! Nominated [141]
2012 Best Villain Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Nominated [142]
2014 Best Supporting Actor Bullett Raja Nominated [143]
2017 Best Comedian Happy Bhag Jayegi Nominated [144]
2012 Stardust Awards Best Actor Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Nominated [145]
2012 Zee Cine Awards Best Actor in a Negative Role Nominated [146]
2017 Best Actor in a Comic Role Happy Bhaag Jayegi Nominated [147]
2019 Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi Nominated [148]
Best Actor in a Negative Role Mukkabaaz Nominated
2008 V. Shantaram Awards Best Supporting Actor A Wednesday! Won [149]
2011 | Punjabi International Film Academy Awards Best Actor Mel Karade Rabba Won
2012 Dharti Won
2014 Rangeelay Nominated
2015 Aa Gaye Munde U.K. De Won
2016 Shareek Won
2018 Jindua Won
2023 Shareek 2 Won

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