Dimpy, Gurinder Gurinder Dimpy, a director and actor from Punjab, apparently died suddenly. His cause of death’s specifics have not been made public.
A member of the Punjabi music and film industries, Gurinder Dimpy is a Punjabi actor, writer, and director. He was born in Patiala, Punjab, in the year 1975. He stands about 5′ 8″. He attended Lady of Fatima Convent School in Patiala for his formal education and earned his degree from Punjabi University there.
During his time in college, Gurinder began acting and has performed in over 100 plays. He later relocated to Mumbai to pursue an acting career. He played Noor Deen in the 2004 Punjabi film Sunehri Jild. He went on to work in numerous additional Punjabi films, including Laung Laachi, Carry On Jatta 2, Vadhayiyaan Ji Vadhayiyaan, Uda Aida, Zakhmi, and others.
Famous musicians including Ammy Virk, Binnu Dhillon, Gippy Grewal, Ninja, and Tarsam Jasad have collaborated with Gurinder Dimpy. Additionally, he has directed several Punjabi films, including Panjo, Kabaddi Ikk Mohabbat, and Luv U Bobby. He recently provided the voiceover for the album “Moosetape” by Sidhu Moosewala, and as a result of his work, he received a lot of praise from the listeners who adored it.