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Diljit Dosanjh turns 31!

chandigarh Updated: Jan 06, 2015 21:53 IST
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Singer-turned-actor Diljit Dosjhan celebrates his birthday today.The singer has not only been popular in the Punjabi music industry, but his also making his presence felt in Bollywood where he has lend his voice in movies like Mere Dad Di Maruti and Tere Naal Ishq Ho Gaya.

As the dashing gabru. often called the 'Stylish Sardar' celebrates his 31st birthday, we bring you a list of some of his memorable contribution to entertainment industry.

1.Patiala Peg

This latest hit from the proper Patola singer has not only charmed the hearts of the Punjabi music lovers but has stormed controversies as well.

2. Mere Dad Ki Maruti

Singh lend his voice to songs for the movie Mere Dad Ki Maruti, which was released in year 2013.The movie was shot in Chandigarh and Singh voice was successful in adding regional colour to the movie.

3. Fukre Na

A successful song from the movie Jihne mera dil luteya, the lyrics were penned by Diljit himself.


Kharku from the Back to Basics 2 was released by Diljit in year 2012. The song was also nominated for the category of most popular Punjabi song of year across various musical events


This song actually shot Diljit to fame and established him as a singer. The song sung along with rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh was one of the most famous songs of that year.

Best from the actor's bucket

Jihne Mera Dil Luteya

The movie released in the year 2011, marked the beginning of acting career of the Dosanjh.The movie was a blockbuster.

Jatt and Juilet

This Punjabi romantic Comedy released in 2012 not only fetched Singh a PTC Best actor award but also holds the record of having biggest opening that year. Its sequel Jatt and Juliet 2 also won accolades for Diljit.

Punjab 1984

The actor's performance in Punjab 1984, not only got him positive response from the audience but he also won him critical appreciation. The social drama directed by Anurag Singh is based on the social effect of 1984-1986 Punjab insurgencies.