Ammy Virk


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Amninderpal Singh Virk, best known as Ammy Virk, is an Indian Punjabi singer, actor, and filmmaker who owns his production house under the name of Villagers Film Studio and In House Company, a distributor.

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Amninderpal Singh Virk was born on 11 May 1992. He said in an interview with The Tribune, “It was my mother that advised me I would pursue music. I did that. Because of my mother, I am a singer and I appreciate her and I believe in myself.

Ammy Virk began his acting career with Hakam’s appearance in the historic Punjabi film Angrej (2015), for which he received the Best Debut Actor Award at the PTC Punjabi Film Awards. He had also appeared in other popular films such as Bambukat, Ardaas, Nikka Zaildar, Laung Laachi, and Qismat. He is known for his Patiala-Shahi turban. His films Angrej and Qismat are one of the top-grossing Punjabi films of all time. His second film Ardaas produced by Gippy Grewal was released in 2016, in competition with Love Punjab.

Ammy Virk started making a special role in the star Rabb Da Radio album “Akh Boldi” on Tarsem Jassar in 2017. His suspense movie Saab Bahadar directed by Amrit Raj Chadha published in May. Jasmine Singh of The Tribune said “Now it’s time for the Saab Bahadur to step in-Punjabi singer-actor Ammy Virk portrays the actual policeman, the Saab Bahadur in the movie

Ammy Virk started Laung Laachi in 2018, with Ajaypal Singh’s negative supporting role. Amberdeep Singh also wrote and directed the script, and he acted as a lead actor in the script. Commercially popular, the film was also one of 2018’s top-grossing Punjabi films. Further, Harjeeta was released in May.
He is also making his Bollywood debut with Kabir Khan’s film 83. The film is based on the life of Cricket player Kapil Dev of India. Virk would play the part of fast bowler Balwinder Sandhu. Later he has signed another Bollywood movie Bhuj co-starring Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha, Rana Daggubati, Parineeti Chopra and Ajay Devgn. He should perform a fighter pilot role
New Song: Tod Da E Dil
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