Darshan Aulakh’s career has taken him from actor to film director and singer
Darshan Aulakh was born to Sikh parents Sardar Chanchal Singh Aulakh and Sardarni Dattar Kaur Aulakh on July 23, 1963, in Abohar, Punjab
New Delhi (India) : It’s not just Punjabi cinema where Darshan Aulakh is well-known; his name is also synonymous with Bollywood. Aulakh first found fame as an actor, but he has since established himself as a director, singer, and producer.
Darshan has done work for numerous prestigious studios, including Yash Raj Films and Sajid Nadiadwala Films. Zero Dark Thirty, a Hollywood film for which Aulakh worked as a line producer and actor, won an Academy Award.
In this article, we will provide a biographical overview of Darshan Aulakh’s career as an actor, singer, director, and producer.
Darshan Aulakh was born to Sikh parents Sardar Chanchal Singh Aulakh and Sardarni Dattar Kaur Aulakh on July 23, 1963, in Abohar, Punjab. Aulakh attended Abohar School through the 12th grade before continuing his education at Panjab University Chandigarh. Aulakh began his career in film in 1993.
Today, Aulakh has acted in dozens of films. Second Bollywood, Hollywood, and Punjabi films such as Aulakh Veer-Zara, Shaheed Udham Singh, Shaheed e Azam Bhagat Singh, Nalayak, Baaghi Soorme, Tabaahi, Mera Punjab, Sukha, Desh Hoya Pardesh, Yaaran Naal Baharan, Waris Shah – Ishqe Da Waris, Partition, Namastey London, Jab We Met, Videsh-Hea Aulakh’s resume also includes roles as a line producer and actor in a wide variety of television series.
According to Aulakh, he has a special fondness for films that showcase Punjabi culture because he was born there. Aulakh’s movies, like those of Sardar Udham and Shaheed A. Azam Bhagat Singh, are rooted in Punjabi tradition. These movies will show you the traditions and bravery of the Punjabi people. Since Aulakh’s film career began when he was a resident of Chandigarh, he has gone on to appear in numerous Punjabi films, both as an actor and a line producer. Below is a list of all of the awards that Aulakh has received for his work.
AWARDS & HONOURS
* Personally honored by film and T.V. artist association Phagwara (Pb) * Rangla Club, Chandigarh
* Shivalik Kala Manch Mohali.
* PISCA, Chandigarh.
* A Special honor from DMC (U.K) was presented in 1998. * Punjab Secretariat Cultural Society, Chandigarh.
* Gold Medals and other numerous awards for Bhangra at various national Culture
* Cinematic Tourism Award by the Government of India