Gurpreet Singh (actor)

Gurpreet Singh is an Indian TV and film actor. He replaced Rajeev Khandelwal in Kahiin to Hoga on Star Plus.[1]

Gurpreet Singh
OccupationFilm, television actor
Spouse(s)Kanishka Sodhi (2005–2010)

He has acted in Phhir produced by Vikram Bhatt, Madhubala and Bhayy. He has also acted in other TV serials like Saarrthi on Star Plus,[2] Maayka on Zee tv and Durgesh Nandinii on Sony TV. He has also featured in a music video Sajanwa, directed by Anurag Basu.

Personal life

Gurpreet Singh was born on 28 November 1978 in a Sikh family in New Delhi. The role which gave Gurpreet his major breakthrough and is well known for his role of Sujal Garewal from the popular serial Kahiin to hoga on Star Plus channel. He was married to the Punjabi music video model Kanishka Sodhi; they filed for divorce in 2010.[3]

Filmography

YearMovieRoleCo-StarNotes
2006MadhubaalaMalharHindi film
2011PhhirAdah Sharma, Rajneesh DuggalHindi film[4]
2013OkkadineNara Rohit, Nithya MenenTelugu film[5]
2015BhayyManuHindi film

Television

YearTv SerialRoleCo-Star
2005–2007Kahiin to HogaSujal Garewal /TusharAamna Shariff
2007–2008SaarrthiRudr SinghZalak Thakker[6]
2007–2008Durgesh NandiniiSikandarRinku Ghosh
2008–2009MaaykaParmeetDamini Anand
2013–2014MahabharatVidharbha Kumar Rukmi
2014RangrasiyaRohitSanaya Irani
2017–2018PorusAmbhiraj
2018–2019TantraPratap Khanna

References

  1. Gurpreet is well known for his role of Tushar in Kahin to hoga. Staff (7 May 2005). "Sujal replacement found?". TellyChakkar.com. Retrieved 21 May 2012.
  2. "Saarthi adds to Gurpreet's popularity".
  3. Lalwani, Vickey (20 July 2010). "Gurpreet files for divorce". Mumbai Mirror.
  4. "Phhir movie". bollywoodhungama.com. Retrieved 10 May 2012.
  5. "Gurpreet Singh bags a Telugu film". The Times of India. Retrieved 16 August 2012.
  6. Gurpreet, Singh (17 September 2007). "saarthi". The Times Of India.


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