Amritsar - Notable Residents

Notable Residents

see also

  • Guru Tegh Bahadur (1621-1675), 9th Guru of Sikhs
  • Maurice Barrymore, (1849–1905) patriarch of the Barrymore acting family
  • Dara Singh, wrestler-Indian actor
  • Rajesh Khanna, Indian actor
  • Jeetendra, Indian actor
  • Vinod Mehra, Indian actor
  • Akshay Kumar, Indian actor
  • Madan Lal, cricketer
  • Vikas Khanna, chef
  • Amrinder Gill,Punjabi Singer
  • Deepa Mehta, Indo-Canadian filmmaker
  • Mira Nair, Indo-American filmmaker
  • Manmohan Singh, Prime minister of India
  • Sam Manekshaw, Field Marshal of India
  • Kiran Bedi, First woman IPS officer of India
  • Deepti Naval, Indian actress
  • Madan Lal Dhingra, Freedom fighter in British Era
  • Narendra Chanchal, Indian singer
  • Mahendra Kapoor, Indian playback singer
  • Shamshad Begum, Indian classical singer
  • Geeta Bali, Indian actress
  • Hans Raj Khanna, Judge at the Supreme court of India
  • Krishan Kant, 10th Vice-President of India
  • Kanchan Chaudhary Bhattacharya, First woman Director General of Police in India
  • Bhisham Sahni Hindi writer
  • Bharti Singh Indian stand-up comedian
  • Kapil Sharma Comedian
  • Sudesh Lehri Comedian
  • Navjot Singh Sidhu Indian Actor

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