Hardy Sandhu

Hardy Sandhu, born as Hardevinder Singh Sandhu on September 6, 1986, is a popular Indian singer, actor, and former cricketer known for his work in the Punjabi music and film industry. He was born and raised in Patiala, Punjab, India.

Before venturing into music and acting, Hardy Sandhu pursued a career in cricket. He was a talented cricketer and played as a fast bowler for various domestic teams in Punjab. However, due to an injury, he had to give up cricket and decided to pursue his passion for music.

Hardy Sandhu gained widespread recognition with his debut song “Tequilla Shot” in 2012, which was well-received by audiences. However, it was his song “Soch” in 2013 that catapulted him to fame. “Soch” became a massive hit and garnered millions of views on YouTube, establishing Hardy as a prominent singer in the Punjabi music industry. The song was later recreated in Bollywood for the film “Airlift” (2016).

Following the success of “Soch,” Hardy Sandhu released several other popular tracks, including “Naah,” “Hornn Blow,” “Backbone,” and “Yaarr Ni Milyaa.” His songs are known for their catchy tunes, soulful melodies, and relatable lyrics, resonating with audiences across generations.

In addition to his music career, Hardy Sandhu has also ventured into acting. He made his acting debut in the Punjabi film “Yaaran Da Katchup” (2014) and went on to star in other Punjabi films like “Mera Mahi NRI” (2017) and “Shadaa” (2019), alongside Diljit Dosanjh and Neeru Bajwa.

Hardy Sandhu continues to enjoy immense popularity and success in both the music and film industries. With his talent, versatility, and charismatic persona, he has established himself as one of the leading figures in Punjabi entertainment, captivating audiences with his music and performances.

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