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Hardavinder Singh Sandhu, is an Indian singer and actor. His first song was Tequilla Shot, and he gained popularity with Soch (2013) and Joker (2014), which were written by Jaani. 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.
Sandhu in 2020
|Born||6 September 1986|
Patiala, Punjab, India
|Domestic team information|
Source: , 1 February 2019
He played cricket for over a decade as a fast bowler, but suffered an 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 song Tequila Shot composed by V. Grooves
|2012||Tequilla Shot||Mr. V Grooves||Sony Music India|
|2013||Kudi Tu Pataka||JSL Singh||JRS|
|Aashqui Te Loan||Mr. V Grooves|
|2014||Soch||B Praak, Jaani||JRS, T-Series|
|Without you Soch||Vaibhav Saxena, B Praak||T-Series||An official re-creation of Soch, commissioned by T-Series|
|Naa Ji Naa||B Praak, Jaani, JRS||Sony Music India|
|2016||Hornn Blow||T-Series, JRS|
|2017||Backbone||B Praak||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|
|"She Dance Like"||Jaani, B Praak||With Lauren Gottlieb|
|2020||Jee Karr Daa||Mellow D, Akull||Sony Music India||With Amyra Dastur|
|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|
|2019||"Naah Goriye"||Bala||Jaani, B Praak||Swasti Mehul, Sonam Bajwa, Ayushmann Khurrana||Jaani||Sony Music India|
|"Chandigarh Mein"||Good Newwz||Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah||Badshah, Lisa Mishra, Asees Kaur||Tanishk Bagchi, Badshah||Zee Music Company|
|2014||Yaaran Da Katchup||Harrdy Gill||Jaswinder Bhalla, Varun Sharma, Yuvika Chaudhary, Rana Ranbir||Debut|
|2017||Mera Mahi NRI||Sherry||Rameet Kaur, Gurpreet|
|2020||83||Madan Lal||Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Saqib Saleem||Bollywood debut|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2014||Soch||Most Romantic Ballad of the Year||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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