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Bhagwant Mann
Birth name Bhagwant Singh Mann
Also known as "Comedy King"
Born October 17, 1971 (1971-10-17) (age 38)
'Satauj', dist Sangrur, Punjab
Genres Comedy
Occupations Comedian
Years active 1992–present
Labels M Series (India)
Associated acts Jagtar Jaggi, Rana Ranbir
Website Official website

Bhagwant Mann (Punjabi:ਭਗਵੰਤ ਮਾਨ, Hindi: भगवंत मान) (born 17 October, 1971) Satauj dist. Sangrur, Punjab, India. Bhagwant Mann is a Indian comedian, who is famous for his skits in Punjabi language. He started his comedy career by participating in youth festivals and inter-college competitions. He won two gold medals from Punjab University Patiala for Sunam College.

His first comedy album was a huge success entitled "Kulfi Garma Garm". Bhagwant Mann's comedy focuses on Indian issues — politicians, policemen, business departments, and sports. His first comedy album was with Jagtar Jaggi and together they were the most successful comedy partnership of the 1990's creating many successful comedy albums. They also created a show for Punjabi channel Alpha Punjabi called Jugnu Kehnda Hai. After 10 years together, Jaggi and Mann split when Jaggi felt he wasn't getting enough credit. Jaggi left to carvw his own niche in the comedy market.

After their split, Bhagwant Mann became partners with writer and co-actor Rana Ranbir. Both were very popular and worked together on Jugnu Mast Mast for Alpha ETC Punjabi. In 2006, it was announced that Mann & Jaggi had settled their differences and were due to reunite. Both toured Canada & England with their stage play No Life With Wife.

Mann also gained notoriety in the rest of India when he competed in the Great Indian Laughter Challenge for Star Plus. This widened his audience and made him very popular throughout the world.

Bhagwant Mann currently has a show on MH One called Jugnu Hazir Hai and is to feature in Manjit Mann's film Sukhmani alongside Gurdas Mann.

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Discography

  • 2009: 'Just Laugh Baki Maaf' (M Series)
  • 2007: 'Haas-Haas Ke' (T-Series)
  • 2005: 'Bhagwant Mann Most Wanted' (Creative Audio Productions)
  • 2004: 'Panj Duni Veeh' [previously unreleased] (T-Series)
  • 2004: 'Kee Main Jhooth Boliya' (T-Series)
  • 2003: 'Sawdhan Agge Bhagwant Mann' (T-Series)
  • 2002: 'Bhagwant Mann Full Speed' (T-Series)
  • 2001: 'Dam Lai Lo' (T-Series)
  • 2001: 'Bhagwant Mann Non-Stop' (T-Series)
  • 2000: 'Bhagwant Mann 420' (Sun Music)
  • 2000: 'Jattan Da Munda Gaoon Lagaya' (Sun Music)
  • 2000: 'Sadi Billi Sanu Miyaoon' (T-Series)
  • 1999: 'Lallu Kare Kawaliya' (T-Series)
  • 1998: 'Gustaki Maaf' (T-Series)
  • 1997: 'Rukawat Ke Liye Khed Hai' (T-Series)
  • 1997: 'Khariya Khariya' (Tips)
  • 1996: 'Kursi Rani' (Tips)
  • 1995: 'Jagde Raho' (Peritone)
  • 1995: 'Hindustan Dhakka Start' (T-Series)
  • 1995: 'Maaf Karo' (T-Series)
  • 1994: 'Koko de Bachee' (T-Series)
  • 1994: 'Bol Madari Bol' (Peritone)
  • 1994: 'Mithiya Mircha' (T-Series)
  • 1993: 'Kulfi Garma Garm' (T-Series)
  • 1992: 'Gobhi Diye Kacchiye Vaparne' (Creative Music Company)

Videography

  • 2007: 'Pappu Da Dhaba' (Eagle Video)
  • 2006: 'Punjabi Bluff Master' (Eagle Video)
  • 2006: 'Pappu Baneya Neta' (Eagle Video)
  • 2006: 'Pappu Bhaa Ji M.B.B.S.' (Eagle Video))
  • 2005: 'Pappu Pass Ho Gaya' (Eagle Video)
  • 2004: 'Kee Main Jhooth Boliya' (T-Series)
  • 2003: 'Sawdhan Agge Bhagwant Mann' (T-Series)
  • 2002: 'Bhagwant Mann Non-Stop Vol. 2' (T-Series)
  • 2002: 'Bhagwant Mann Full Speed' (T-Series)
  • 2001: 'Bhagwant Mann Non-Stop Vol. 1' (T-Series)

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