Akhil (singer)

Akhil Pasreja, known mononymously as Akhil,[1] is an Indian Punjabi playback singer, songwriter and music performer.[2][3] He made his Bollywood singing debut in Luka Chuppi (2019).[4] He was born in a Khatri family in Jalandhar, Punjab.

Background information
Also known asAkhil Pasreja
GenresPop, Hip Hop, Bhangra
  • Singer
  • Songwriter
  • Music composer
Years active2013—present
Akhil Music Official
Speed Records
Crown Records
Associated actsIkka
Adah Sharma Manni Sandhu

Early lifeEdit

Akhil was born on 2 October in 1990 in Jalandhar, Punjab, India. He completed his school education from "Arya Senior Secondary School" in Nurmahal, Jalandhar. Then he completed his graduation from APJ College of Fine Arts.[citation needed]


In February 2014, his first single "Muradaan " was released under HSR Entertainment (formerly Yellow Music).[5] He previously sang a song titled "Pee Lain De" in 2012 though.[6]

His Punjabi-language single "Khaab", which was released in February 2016 became popular on YouTube.[7] In February 2019, a Hindi remake of Khaab, Duniyaa, was recorded for the film Luka Chuppi.[8]

In June 2016, he collaborated with music composer "Manni Sandhu" for a single titled "Gani" for his album Welcome to the Future, released by Speed Records.[9] A year later, he released the single "Life" starring Bollywood actress Adah Sharma.[10][11]


Film SongsEdit

Year Film Track Co-Singer(s) Label Notes
2016 Vaapsi Saari Saari Raat Speed Records Punjabi Movies
2017 Jindua Takdi Ravan Jonita Gandhi
2018 Ishqaa Ishqaa Times Music
2019 Luka Chuppi Duniyaa Dhvani Bhanushali T-Series Bollywood Debut


Year Track Featuring Label Notes
2014 Muradaan HSR Entertainment (formerly Yellow Music)
Supne HSR Entertainment (formerly Yellow Music)
2016 Khaab Crown Records Breakthrough single
2016 Makhaul Speed Records
Teri Kami
2017 Zindagi [12]
Mere Khuda
Rukh [13][14]
Bollywood [15]
2018 Akh Lagdi [16]
Rang Gora [17]
Teri Khamiyaan B Praak [18]
Beautiful G.K Digital, Lokdhun Punjabi
2019 Karde Haan Crown Records [19]
Gaddaar Ikka Planet Recordz
Kalla Sohna Nai Desi Music Factory [20]


  1. ^ "Khaab singer Akhil's gig, police thrashing unruly crowd bring dramatic end to KMC fest ►". The Times of India.
  2. ^ "Akhil: Latest News, Videos and Photos of Akhil | Times of India". The Times of India.
  3. ^ "बीकानेर में पंजाबी सिंगर अखिल के गानों की मचेगी धूम". www.patrika.com.
  4. ^ "After Sunanda, Punjabi singers Karan and Akhil step into Bollywood". in.com.
  5. ^ "Luka Chuppi Songs: Singer Akhil's 'Khaab' is now Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon's 'Duniyaa'". CatchNews.com.
  6. ^ Akhil Pasricha | Pee Lain De | OFFICIAL VIDEO | 2012, retrieved 22 January 2020
  7. ^ "Luka Chuppi song Duniyaa: Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon's sizzling chemistry will leave you impressed | Bollywood News". www.timesnownews.com.
  8. ^ Kapoor, Diksha (22 February 2019). "Akhil Steps into Bollywood With Khaab Remake For Luka Chuppi".
  9. ^ "Akhil screws up his 'Khaab' by letting Bollywood recreate it as 'Duniya'!". in.com.
  10. ^ "Life (Punjabi Song) by Akhil - Here's the Official Video of the New Song". Chandigarh Metro. 16 June 2017.
  11. ^ "Life (Punjabi Song) by Akhil - Here's the Official Video of the New Song". 16 June 2017.
  12. ^ "Punjabi singer Akhil unveils love single on V-Day)".
  13. ^ "एनआइटी में पंजाबी गायक अखिल और संस्थान के पूर्व छात्र विवेक के गीतों पर खूब थिरके भावी इंजीनियर". Dainik Jagran.
  14. ^ "Rukh (New Punjabi Song) by Akhil Out | Official Video". 17 August 2017.
  15. ^ "Bollywood by Akhil (Latest Punjabi Song 2017) | Official Video Out". 16 December 2017.
  16. ^ "Akh Lagdi by (Akhil ft Desi Routz) New Punjabi Song | Official Video Out". 15 February 2018.
  17. ^ "'Rang Gora': Akhil creates a romantic buzz on the internet". The Times of India.
  18. ^ "Teri Khaamiyan: Akhil's latest soft melody is out". The Times of India.
  19. ^ "Karde Haan: Akhil to release his latest song on February 1". The Times of India.
  20. ^ Kalla Sohna Nai - AKHIL ft. Sanjeeda Sheikh | Babbu | MixSingh | Latest Song 2019, retrieved 22 January 2020

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