Amrinder Gill is a professional Singer, Actor, Film Producer, Songwriter.
Here are physical appearance details of Amrinder Gill:
Body Measurements (approx.) of Amrinder Gill
- Chest: 40 inches
- Waist: 32 inches
- Biceps: 14 inches
Eye Colour of Amrinder Gill
Hair Colour of Amrinder Gill
Height (approx.) of Amrinder Gill
in centimeters- 170 cm
in meters- 1.70 m
in feet inches- 5' 7'
Weight (approx.) of Amrinder Gill
in kilograms- 75 kg
in pounds- 165 lbs
Education of Amrinder Gill
College/University of Amrinder Gill
Khalsa College, Amritsar
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
Educational Qualification of Amrinder Gill
M.Sc in Agriculture from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
Debut of Amrinder Gill
Album: Apni Jaan ke (2000)
Film (Punjabi): Munde U. K. De (2009)
Favourites of Amrinder Gill
Favourite Actress of Amrinder Gill
Favourite Colours of Amrinder Gill
Favourite Singers of Amrinder Gill
Gurdas Maan, Shreya Ghoshal
Hobbies of Amrinder Gill
Travelling, Listening to Music, Watching Films, and Reading Literature
» Does Amrinder Gill smoke?: Not Known
» Does Amrinder Gill drink alcohol?: Not Known
» Gill had a deep interest in acting right from his childhood. He often used to stand in front of the mirror and enact scenes from the movies in his childhood.
» Amrinder was a part of his college's Bhangra team and also performed as a supporting artist with Sarbjit Cheema.
» It was during one of Sarbjit's Dance group performance that the show got cancelled but producers gave Amrinder a chance to sing.
» Before starting his career in singing, he has also worked in the Ferozepur Central Cooperative bank as a Manager.
» He made his acting debut with the super hit Punjabi Film 'Munde UK De' in 2009 alongside Jimmy Shergill and Neeru Bajwa. He has also worked as a lead hero in Priyanka Chopra's Punjabi production movie Sarvann (2016).
» Amarinder's music album 'Juda' was one of the most successful Punjabi albums of all the times. It also won him the Brit Asia Music Award for 'Best Album.'
» Some of his famous films include 'Goreyan Nu Daffa Karo,' 'Angrej,' 'Love Punjab,' 'Sarvann,' and 'Lahoriye.'