Ravinder Grewal

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Ravinder Grewal
Born 28 March 1979 (1979-03-28) (age 36)
Genres Punjabi, Bhangra, Romantic, Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, Actor

Ravinder Grewal (born 28 March 1979) is a male Punjabi singer.[1] He comes from Gujjarwal village in Ludhiana district of Punjab, India.[2] He has produced a Punjabi-language film, Raula Pai Gaya, through his own production house.[3] Here is no doubt in the fact that he has a large fan following not only in India but also abroad. Ravinder Grewal fans consist of children, youngsters, homemakers and even aged people. It is because of his dedication and commitment and passion for his work that has helped him earn accolades in the industry.


The following are some of Grewal's albums:

  • Brand
  • Punjabi Doze
  • Aaja
  • Aaveen baba Nanaka (Religious)
  • Aj Din Shagna Da
  • Botal Wargi Tu
  • Cadbury (2012)
  • Eh Hai Khalsa (Religious)
  • Fansi
  • Gabroo Shokeen
  • Theme Parks (2014)
  • Gulabi Pagg Ban Mitra
  • Guru Manieo Granth (Religious)
  • Haaye Meri Billo (2011)
  • Hatt Pichhe
  • Haye Mera Dil
  • Ik Din
  • Khalse Di Rahoo Singho Chardi Kala (Religious)
  • Ishq Tere Di Lor
  • Jaan
  • Jattan De Munde
  • Kharka-Darka
  • Mehfil Mittran Di
  • Naal Nach Lei
  • Parhan Naanke La Ti
  • Parnaam Shaheedan Nu (Religious)
  • Roula Pai Gaya
  • Teri Haan Vich Haan
  • Teri Meri Jodi



  1. ^ "In his latest hit single Truck, singer-actor Ravinder Grewal dons a desi avatar". 
  2. ^ "Singer's wife alleges assault". 
  3. ^ Service, Tribune News (16 December 2015). "A favourable court verdict". http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/movie-reviews/movie-review-judge-singh-llb/166666.html. Retrieved 17 December 2015.  External link in |website= (help)
  4. ^ McCahill, Mike (15 December 2015). "Judge Singh LLB review – scrappy, winning slacker comedy". the Guardian. Retrieved 17 December 2015.