Sippy Gill Height, Age, Wife, Biography

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Wife: Arleen Sekhon
Age: 42 Years
Hometown: Moga

Sippy Gill

Real nameSandeep Singh Gill [1]Hindustan Times
Profession(s)• Singer
• Actor
• Lyricist
• Music Composer
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)5' 7" (170 cm)
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
DebutAlbum (Punjabi): Jhumka (2006)
Music Video (Punjabi): Yaad (2006)
Sippy Gill in a still from the music video 'Yaad'
Film (Punjabi): Jatt Boys Putt Jattan De (2013) as Sanwal Gill
Sippy Gill (second from left) in a still from the film 'Jatt Boys Putt Jattan De'
AwardAlbum of the Year Award at the Mirchi Music Awards in 2015
Sippy Gill's award
Personal Life
Date of Birth13 April 1982 (Tuesday)
Age (as of 2024) 42 Years
BirthplaceRauli Village, Moga District, Punjab,
Zodiac signAries
School Sacred Heart School, Moga
College/UniversityD.M. College, Moga
Education Qualification Bachelor of Arts
HobbiesCooking, Gardening
Tattoo(s)A lion and a compass tattoo on his left leg
Sippy Gill's tattoo
ControversiesAccused for offending religious sentiments through his song

In 2014, Sippy Gill came into controversy after his song '10 Mint' become the topic of debate. In the video of the song, a Sikh Gurudwara has been used as the medium of making an announcement to rob of one’s daughter, which offended the religious sentiments of the people.

Accused for spreading violence through his songs

In March 2020, an FIR was filed against Sippy Gill at Mehna police station under Sections 153A (promoting disharmony), 505 (making statements conducing to public mischief), 117 (abetting commission of offence by the public or by more than 10 people), and 149 (unlawful assembly) of the Indian Penal Code. The FIR was registered based on a complaint made by a Chandigarh-based lecturer and social activist named Pandit Rao Dharennavar, who claimed that the video of Sippy's song 'Gundagardi' promotes violence and would have a bad impact on youngsters. [2]Hindustan Times

Accused for assaulting a man

In October 2023, Sippy Gill was booked by Mataur Police in Ajitgarh, Punjab, for assaulting and threatening a man with gun. The FIR was filed based on a complaint made by Kamaljit Singh Shergill, a native of Jalandhar. Shergill claimed that Sippy and some of his friends had physically confronted him outside a café near Homeland in Mohali on 16 October 2023, due to a financial dispute. He also claimed Sippy attempted to use his weapon and even ordered his brother-in-law to shoot Shergill after he snatched the weapon from Sippy, but luckily the weapon malfunctioned, and he escaped harm. [3]Hindustan Times

Issued notice from Animal Welfare Board of India

In 2021, he received a notice from the Animal Welfare Board of India for using animals in the music videos of his songs 'Babbar Sher' and '12 Dia 12,' without taking the NOC from the authorities. The board claimed that the singer has used a horse for entertainment in his songs which was considered as an offence under Section 11 (1) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. [4]Hindustan Times
Relationships & More
Marital StatusMarried
Wife/SpouseArleen Sekhon (fashion designer)
Sippy Gill with his wife and son
ChildrenSon- Jujhar Gill
Daughter- None

Note: Photo in 'Wife' section.
ParentsFather- Joginder Singh Gill
Sippy Gill's father
Sippy Gill with his mother
ActressDeepika Padukone
SingerSukhwinder Singh
Style Quotient
Car Collection• Mercedes-Benz G Class
Sippy Gill with his Mercedes-Benz G Class car
• Toyota Land Cruiser
Sippy Gill with his Toyota Land Cruiser car
Social Media
InstagramSippy Gill
FacebookSippy Gill
YouTubeSippy Gill

Sippy Gill

Some Lesser Known Facts About Sippy Gill

  • Sippy Gill had a passion for singing since he was a child. He started singing at the age of 15.

    A childhood image of Sippy Gill

    A childhood image of Sippy Gill

  • He has learned the music from his Guru Surinder Dhir from Moga.
  • He received immense appreciation for his album ‘Bachelor’ (2008), which consists of 10 Punjabi songs.

    Cover of the album 'Bachelor'

    Cover of the album ‘Bachelor’

  • In 2012, he released the album ‘Flower,’ consists of 7 Punjabi songs.
  • After making his acting debut with the Punjabi film ‘Jatt Boys Putt Jattan De’ (2013), he appeared in the film ‘Tiger’ (2016) in which he played the role of Jant.

    Sippy Gill in a still from the film 'Tiger'

    Sippy Gill in a still from the film ‘Tiger’

  • In 2018, he created a self titled YouTube channel, where he uploads his songs. As of 2024, he has more than 725 K subscribers on his channel.
  • He essayed the role of Jassa in the Punjabi film ‘Jaddi Sardar’ in 2019.
  • He has sang several Punjabi songs such as ‘Bekadraa’ (2017), ‘Don’t Bark If You Can’t Bite’ (2018), ‘7 Birth’ (2020), ‘Tittar Phangian’ (2021), ‘Sohni Pro’ (2022), and ‘Mahoul’ (2023).

    Poster of the music video 'Mahoul'

    Poster of the music video ‘Mahoul’

  • He was featured opposite Preet Kamal in the Punjabi film ‘Marjaney’ in 2021. He played the role of Gagandeep aka Guggu in the film.

    Sippy Gill and Preet Kamal in a still from the film 'Marjaney'

    Sippy Gill and Preet Kamal in a still from the film ‘Marjaney’

  • He essayed the role of Shera in the Punjabi film ‘Ghoda Dhai Kadam’ (2023), featuring Sara Gurpal.

    Sippy Gill in a still from the film 'Ghoda Dhai Kadam'

    Sippy Gill in a still from the film ‘Ghoda Dhai Kadam’

  • In January 2024, the Gill met with a massive car accident while off-roading in Canada. He suffered several minor injuries. He also uploaded an Instagram post to share this with his fans.
  • He is a dog lover and has 3 pet dogs of different breeds named Nawab (Boxer), Mirza ( American Bully) and Dollar (Pug).

    Sippy Gill with his pet

    Sippy Gill with his pet