Inderpal Singh (IPA: [ɨɲɖɚɾɸɑ̃ɭ ʂɨɲɠħ]; is an Indian television anchor, film actor and writer. He made his film debut in 2006 in Dibakar Banerjee's comedy drama film Khosla Ka Ghosla, which won the National Film Award For Best Feature Film in India. Despite its small budget, upon release the film was a commercial success. Although Inderpal Singh just had a small cameo in the movie, he was later signed up for two bigger budget movies – Vicky Donor as taya ji and Besharam as bhura paaji.
Actor Inderpal singh
6 April 1975
|Occupation||Actor television anchor, writer|
|Children||Ivleen Kaur (Daughter)|
|Parent(s)||Ranjit singh, Mrs. Harbans Kaur|
|Relatives||Amardeep Singh (Brother)|
Early life and educationEdit
Inderpal Singh is a native of Delhi, & he completed schooling from Mumbai, Jammu and Delhi. He graduated in BSc (PCM) from SGTB Khalsa College, Delhi. In 1996, he completed Masters in Finance and Control from Panjab University, Chandigarh. Inderpal Singh has conceptualised and enacted in various commercial series. He played a character INDyeah Singh, who made people aware of India's history.
Television and early careerEdit
Inderpal Singh started his career as television actor. He started a program named Nikke Nikke Hasse which was broadcast on ETC Punjabi  in 2009 Channel. The program aimed at instilling confidence in children. Inderpal Singh also worked as an actor in Ads with Amir Khan in Atithi devo Bhav, Incredible India in this commercial ad a Sikh saves a tourist, and also with Divya Dutta in IPL6 ad. He also ideated for brands like Maruti Swift, Dainik Jagran, UTV, Escotel, etc. He conducted Creativity Trainings for brands like Pidilite, & Pragya TV.
|2009||Bad Luck Govind||funny Punjabi 'Inderpal' Singh||People appreciate Inderpal Singh|
|2012||Vicky Donor||Taya ji||Performed a step "bulb utaro thalle rakkho"|
|2013||Besharam||as bhura paaji||A garage owner|
|2015||Mukhtiar Chadha||Mama Ji||with Diljit Dosanjh|
Inderpal Singh originally belongs to Chandigarh Punjab and his family is still based there. His wife Mrs. Japneet Kaur works as an Art Teacher with Khaitan Public School, Noida and his father Mr. Ranjeet Singh, worked as Drilling Engineer with ONGC, while his mother late Mrs. Harbans Kaur was a housewife. His elder brother Mr. Amardeep Singh is a Civil Engineer by profession.
- "One of the highest rated Hindi films on IMDB". Retrieved 9 July 2014
- "Vicky Donor is a HIT". Retrieved 26 January 2013
- "Vicky Donor gets very good reviews from film critics". Retrieved 26 January 2013