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Gugu Gill

Guggu Gill
Born Punjab, India
Residence Mahni Khera, Muktsar (Punjab)
Occupation Actor
Years active 1981 - present
Children Guramrit Gill & Gurjot Gill

grand son = zorawar singh gill ||

Kulwinder Singh Gill, known as Guggu Gill (Punjabi:ਗੁੱਗੂ ਗਿੱਲ), is a Punjabi film actor. He was a leading actor in Punjabi cinema (Punjwood) in the 1990s along with Yograj Singh.[1] He has done 65-70 films so far.


  • Career 1
  • Personal life 2
  • Filmography 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Gill debuted with a minor role in super-hit Putt Jattan De in a dog fight scene. He has starred in films including Jatt Jeona Morh, Truck Driver, Badla Jatti Da and Jatt Te Zameen. He is known for the villainous role he played in Gabhroo Punjab Da. His career as leading hero has paired him with top female artists from Punjabi cinema like Daljeet Kaur, Upasana Singh, Priti Sapru, Manjeet Kullar and Ravinder Mann. Gill has done 7-8 films with director Ravinder Ravi, including hits like Anakh Jattan Di, Jatt Jeona Morh and Pratigya.

Personal life

Gill is a resident of Mahni Khera village near Malout city in Muktsar district, Punjab (India). However, he originates from village Ghall Khurd,Moga District. He has two sons, Guramrit Singh Gill(youngest sarpanch in Punjab)and Gurjot Singh Gill. He belongs to famous Gill family of Punjab, which made number of super hit Punjabi movie's Putt Jattan De,Anakh jattan di,Badla jatti da,Jatt jeona morh,Dil da mamla,Mirza jatt,Vidroh etc.


  • Putt Jattan De (1981) .... Dog fight scene (Introducing)
  • Gabhroo Punjab Da (1986) .... Jagroop/Jaggu
  • Jatt Te Zameen (1989) .... Jagga
  • Qurbani Jatt Di (1990) .... Nara
  • Anakh Jattan Di (1991) .... Jagga
  • Badla Jatti Da (1991) .... Jagga
  • Jatt Jeona Morh (1991) .... Jeona
  • Yaaran Naal Baharan (1991) .... Jageer Singh/Gurmeet
  • Jorr Jatt Da (1991) .... Jagga
  • Dil Da Mamla (1992) .... Jeet
  • Anakh Jattan Di (1992) .... Jagga
  • Putt Sardaran De (1992) .... Dulla
  • Lalkara Jatti Da (1993) .... Jagga
  • Baaghi Soormey (1993) .... Jagga
  • Mirza Jatt (1993) .... Mirza
  • Vairi (1994) .... Bansa[1]
  • Mera Punjab (1995) .... SSP Shamsher Singh
  • Pratigya (1995) .... Noora
  • Zaildaar (1995) .... Zaildaar[1]
  • Smuggler (1996) [Hindi Film]
  • Sardari (1997) .... Harjinder 'Jinda' Singh
  • Jung Da Maidan (1997) .... Jaswant Jasia
  • Truck Driver (1997) .... Jagga
  • Purja-Purja Katt Mare (1998) .... Shivdev Singh - Chabba
  • Muqadder (1999) .... Sardar Ajit Singh
  • Sikandera (2001) .... Sikandera
  • Badla: The Revenge (2003) .... Shamsher Singh
  • Nalayak (2005) .... Tiger
  • Rustam-e-Hind (2006)
  • Mehndi Wale Hath (2006) .... Ranjeet Singh
  • Vidroh (2007) .... Jagga
  • Majaajan (2008) .... Malang Baba
  • Kaun Kise Da Beli (2008) .... Guest Appearance
  • Mera Pind (2008) .... Himmat's elder brother
  • Heer Ranjha: A True Love Story (2009) .... Saida
  • Akhiyaan Udeekdian (2009) .... Dilsher
  • Luv U Bobby (2009) .... Col. Sandhu
  • Siyasat (2009) .... Prof. Jarnail Singh
  • Jawani Zindabad (2010) .... Joginder Singh
  • Ik Kudi Punjab Di (2010) .... Professor Gill
  • Kabaddi Ikk Mohabbat (2010) .... Gurnam Randhawa
  • Simran (2010)
  • Ajj De Ranjhe (2012) as a SSP (Punjab Police)
  • Stupid 7 (2013) .... Parry's father
  • Jatt Boys Putt Jattan De (2013) .... Shinda Singh Brar
  • R.S.V.P (2013)
  • Rehmataan (Upcoming Movie)
  • Aa Gaye Munde U.K. De (2014)
  • "Dildariyaan"(2015)


  1. ^ a b

Shareek Film

External links

Gugu Gill at the Internet Movie Database

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