Binnu Dhillon is a Punjabi actor and comedies associated with Punjabi Flim Industry. He was born on 29 August 1975 and his birthplace is Dhuri, Punjab, India. His height is about 5′ 8”. He did his schooling at Guru Teg Bahadur Public School, Sangrur, and graduate from Punjabi University, Patiala. His Father’s name is Harbans Singh Dhillon and her Mother is Narinder Kaur Dhillon. He belongs to the Sikh family and his father was a farmer.
Binnu Dhillon began his career as a Bhangra performer and had an opportunity to perform at the Indian Festivals in Germany and the UK, he appeared in television and serials before he entered the acting field. He continued to act in plays during his time in the university such as a student and as part of the theatre.
Before appearing in films, Binnu worked in various television serials such as ‘Sarhad’, ‘Lori’, ‘Gaoundi Dharti’, ‘Sirnaave’, ‘Man Jeetey Jag Jeet’, ‘Channo Chan Vargi’, ‘Jugnu Hazir Hai’, ‘Jugnu Mast Mast’, ‘Padam Paria, Kankaal’ and ‘Pagdandian’ among others.
He has also acted in telefilms like ‘Khara Dudh’ and ‘Khich Ghuggi Khich’ besides performing roles in Hindi films such as Shaheed-E-Azam’ and ‘Dev D.’ One of the best comedy actors in the industry, Binnu has acted in many Punjabi films, including ‘Carry On Jatta’ (2012), ‘Sirphire’ (2012), ‘Raula Pai Gaya’ (2012), ‘Tu Mera 22 Mein Tera 22’ (2013), ‘Lucky Di Unlucky Story’ (2013), ‘Rangeelay’ (2013), ‘Vekh Baraatan Challiyan’ (2017) and ‘Carry On Jatta 2’ (2018)’ to name a few.
His movie ‘Gol Gappe’, directed by Sameep Kang, will come out at the end of this summer. In October, he will start shooting for the third sequel of ‘Carry On Jatta’, titled ‘Carry On Jatta 3’. Apart from these, he will be doing another project titled ‘Gaddi Jaandi Hai Challanga Maardi’ with White Hill Studios, which might hit the screens in 2023.