Sharry Mann is a Punjabi singer, lyricist, and actor associated with Punjabi Music and Flim Industry. He is born in a Sikh family on 12 September 1982 and his birthplace is Ghall Khurd, Firozpur, Punjab, India. His height is about 5′ 6”. He completed his schooling from Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sr. Sec. School, Firozpur, and graduate from Rode Lande College, Moga, Punjab in Civil Engineering.
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During his college days, he used to mimic Gurdas Mann and other Punjabi singers, after listening to which, one of his professors advised him to pursue singing as his career.
From the start, Sharry was an average student during his school days but he was a part of his school’s cricket team.
Sharry dropped out of his Civil Engineering from Rode College, Moga, and moved back to Mohali without completing his engineering to start his career in Music Industry.
He first came to light after his tracks were leaked via the web namely ”Kudiyan Te Bussan” which attracted a lot of attention.
Sharry Maan’s biggest hit was the ”Yaar Anmulle” song which came out in 2010 and the song breaking all previous records for a Punjabi singer.
Yaar Anmulle’s song was based on college life and reminiscing about the good times had with friends that we all have regardless of where we have grown up: skipping classes, cruising with mates, or pursuing girls.
Sharry won the ”Best Male Debut” for Yaar Anmulle song at PTC Punjabi Music Award 2010.
In 2012, he came out with a song ”Pooja Kiven Aa,” featured in the super hit Punjabi movie Jatt and Juliet.
After Yaar Anmulle’s album’s success, he came out with a second album ”Aate Di Chiri” in 2013 but the album was not too successful because songs were based on feelings of a mother, a sister, a daughter, a son, and a father.
Sharry Maan made his first acting debut with the 2013 Punjabi movie ”Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya” and later in the ”Ishq Garaari” movie along with Mandy Takhar.
In 2016 he came out with the hit song ”3 Peg” which has crossed over 600 million views on youtube and also won the Best Bhangra Song of the Year at PTC Punjabi Music Awards.
In 2019 he won ”Best Music Video” at Brit Asia TV Music Awards for Yaar Chadeya song.