6 Punjabi Stars Who Are Famous For Being Kind And Down-To-Earth

written by Karan Nanda | May 02, 2019

Punjabi entertainment industry is full of amazing talents. Many of them are superstars and enjoy huge fan following across the globe. However, there are some Punjabi stars that are genuinely nice and remain down-to-earth despite their incredible fan base. Here in this article, we are listing 6 top Punjabi celebrities who are the most grounded stars of Pollywood. Gurdas Maan: He is the living legend of Punjabi entertainment industry. Gurdas Maan shoot to fame with his 1980 song ‘Dil Da Mamla Hai’. Since then, Gurdas Maan has given over 300 hits to the music industry. The legend has millions of fans from across the world. Despite being such a renowned personality, Gurdas Maan loves to stay grounded. He is always ready to help those who are in dire need. In a video, which is available on YouTube, Gurdass Maan can be seen donating all his money from a show to the differently-abled couple. Besides, he is known for raising funds by performing in charity shows. Mika - Mika Singh is a well-known name in Pollywood and as well as in Bollywood. He is popular for his songs like ‘Saawan Mein Lag Gyi Aag’, ‘Dil Mein Baji Guitar’, and ‘Ganpat’ among others. Recently, the singer showed his kind heart after he came out to help actor-turned-security guard, Savi Sidhu. Savi Sidhu, who has worked in movies like ‘Black Friday’, ‘Gulaal’, and ‘Patiala House’, was forced to work as a security guard for a housing society in Malad after he failed to bag any role in films.

Soon after Mika came to known about him, he offered him a role in his upcoming production ‘Aadat’. Mika said that when he heard Savi's story, he made his mind up to help him in whatever way he could. Babbu Maan – Well-known Punjabi singer Babbu Maan runs an NGO One Hope, One Chance. With his NGO, Babbu Maan supports various poor farmers, special children and poor people. Ammy Virk – The Punjabi star show his big heart after he announced that he will be donating Rs 10 lakh to the families of the Pulwama attack victims from Punjab. “My heart goes out to the loved ones of each & every military personnel. I have decided to donate 10 Lakhs to the families of the fallen servicemen from Punjab who lost their lives in the Pulwama terror attack,” Ammy wrote on his social media account.
Diljit Dosanjh  - Singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh has donated Rs 300,000 to the wives of the CRPF troopers who died in the terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district. Diljit shared a snapshot of his donation receipt to the CRPF Wives Welfare Association on his social media handle.
Ranjit Bawa - Noted Punjabi singer Ranjit Bawa also donated Rs 2.5 lakh  each to the families of Pulwama martyrs from Punjab.

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