Hardavinder Singh Sandhu is an Indian singer, actor and former cricketer. His first song was Tequilla Shot, and he gained popularity with Soch (2013) and Joker (2014), which were written by Jaani and music composed by B Praak . Sandhu made his acting debut in Yaaran Da Katchup (2014). His song "Soch" was remade for the 2016 Bollywood film Airlift. His song "Naah" was remade for the film Bala as "Naah Goriye" with singer Swasti Mehul. He is a notable alumnus of The British Co-Ed High school, Patiala.
|Born||6 September 1986|
Patiala, Punjab, India
|Domestic team information|
Source: CricInfo, 20 January 2022
Early life and careerEdit
He played cricket for over a decade as a fast bowler, but suffered a severe elbow injury, forcing him to give up the game in 2007. He shifted his focus from sports to singing, took vocal training for eighteen months and performed his first album "This is Harrdy Sandhu" in 2011 composed by V. Grooves. He released the video of song "Tequilla Shot" from album but the song and album didn't perform so well. He was disappointed and decided to leave singing if his next single track did not perform well. He met lyricist Jaani and Music Director B Praak to make the song named "Soch" which was released in 2013. The song became huge hit and it changed the life of Sandhu and the full team associated with the song. The song was one of the biggest hits of that year and it is highly loved by audience till date.
He is married to Zenith Sandhu who also featured in the famous song Backbone.
He made his debut as an actor with Punjabi movie "Yaaran Da Katchup" in 2014. The movie proved to be average. But he kept giving hits as a singer with tracks such as "Joker","Backbone", "Horn Blow","Yaar Ni Milya" with Jaani and B Praak, which proved to be big hits.
Later in 2017 he released track "Naah" featuring Nora Fatehi, with lyrics by Jaani and music by B Praak. The track proved to be a big hit across the nation. In 2018 after huge success of Naah, he released "Kya Baat Ay" with the same team, which also proved to be a huge hit. With the songs Naah and Kya Baat Ay, Harrdy became a National level superstar. Both songs crossed 500+ million views on YouTube individually.
In later years, he released some other tracks such as "Superstar", "Dance Like", "Jee Karda", "Titliaan Warga", which were also hits. He also sang some tracks in Bollywood films such as "Chandigarh" from Good Newwz and "Naah Goriye" from Bala.
He made his Bollywood debut as an actor with sports drama film '83, which is based on India's victorious campaign at the 1983 Cricket World Cup. He played the role of former Team India fast bowler Madan Lal, who was an important part of the 1983 world cup winning team.  In November 2021, he released new single Bijlee Bijlee written and composed by Jaani and music by B Praak released by Jaani's music label Desi Melodies. The song became instant hit and its hook dance step became viral on Instagram reels with more than 1.4 million reels.
|2012||This Is Harrdy Sandhu||Mr . V Grooves||Various||Sony Music India||Debut Album|
|2012||Tequilla Shot||Mr. V Grooves||Manu Goraya||Sony Music India||From Album "This Is Harrdy Sandhu "|
|Aashqui Te Loan||Vikram Rehal|
|2013||Kudi Tu Pataka||JSL Singh||Baljinder Singh Mahant||JRS||with Ammy Virk, Babbal Rai,A kay, Ranjit Bawa,Prabh Gill|
|Soch||B Praak||Jaani||JRS, T-Series||with Himanshi Khurana|
|2015||Saah||Pav Dharia||Koki Deep||Speed Records|
|Without You (Soch)||Vaibhav Saxena, B Praak||Vaibhav Saxena , Jaani||T-Series||An official re-creation of Soch, commissioned by T-Series|
|Naa Ji Naa||B Praak||Jaani||Sony Music India|
|2016||Hornn Blow||T-Series, JRS|
|2017||Backbone||Sony Music India|
|Yaar Ni Milyaa||White Hill Music|
|Naah||Sony Music India||With Nora Fatehi|
|2018||Kya Baat Ay||B Praak, Jaani|
|2019||Yaar Superstar||Meet Sehra||Babbu|
|She Dance Like||B Praak||Jaani||With Lauren Gottlieb|
|2020||Jee Karr Daa||Akull||Mellow D||With Amyra Dastur|
|Titliaan||Avvy Sra||Jaani||Desi Melodies||Featured in the video with Sargun Mehta of song sung by Afsana Khan|
|2021||Titliaan Warga ||With Sargun Mehta, alongside Jaani with his Shayri Flavour, After the Massive Hit success of song Titliaan this song was the sequel to it|
|Bijlee Bijlee||B Praak||Featuring Palak Tiwari|
|2022||Kudiyan Lahore Diyan||Featuring Aisha Sharma|
|2016||"Ki Kariye Nachna Aaonda Nahi"||Tum Bin II||Ankit Tiwari||Neha Kakkar, Raftaar||Manoj Muntashir||T-Series|
|2018||"Little Little"||Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se||D Soldierz||Solo||D Soldierz||Saregama|
|"Tu Jaane Na"||Ishqaa||Money Aujla,||Solo||Maninder Kailey||Times Music|
|2019||"Naah Goriye"||Bala||Jaani, B Praak||Swasti Mehul, Sonam Bajwa, Ayushmann Khurrana||Jaani||Sony Music India|
|"Speaker Phaat Jaye"||Total Dhamaal||Gourov-Roshin||Abuzer Akhtar, Jonita Gandhi, Aditi Singh Sharma||Kumaar||Saregama|
|"Chandigarh Mein"||Good Newwz||Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah||Badshah, Lisa Mishra, Asees Kaur||Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah||Zee Music Company|
|2014||Yaaran Da Katchup||Harrdy Gill||Punjabi||Debut film|
|2017||Mera Mahi NRI||Sherry||Punjabi|
|2021||83||Madan Lal||Hindi||Bollywood debut|
|2022||Untitled Ribhu Dasgupta film||TBA||Hindi||Filming|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2014||Soch||Most Romantic Ballad of the Year||PTC Punjabi Music Awards||Won|||
|Most Popular Song of the Year||Won|
|Best Music Video||Won|
|2015||Yaaran Da Katchup||Best Debut (Male)||PTC Punjabi Film Awards||Nominated|||
|Joker||Most Popular Song of the Year||Punjabi Music Awards||Nominated|||
|Most Romantic Ballad of the Year||Nominated|
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Punjabi singer Hardevinder Singh Sandhu aka Hardy Sandhu says he was upset...
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