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What is common between Diljit Dosanjh, Parmish Verma, Hardy Sandhu and Ammy Virk? Some of them are already making waves in movies, but besides that, all of them are amazing Punjabi artists and enjoy a stellar fan following. However, another common denominator in their persona is the fact that all of them are fit, have great abs, are ripped to the core and inspire their fans to workout.

Let’s have a look at the 7 singers who are ruling the roost of fitness:

1. Diljit Dosanjh:

The OG! Somewhere between his journey from ‘Lakk 28’ to ‘Patiala Peg’, the man gave us so much more to admire about him. A Bollywood debut, stellar acting and a body that flexes like no other. It’s funny how the charm didn’t catch up with Kylie Jenner…yet!

Diljit Dosanjh© Instagram

2. Parmish Varma: 

He’s been trending for quite a while and has made his mark with just a few songs. This ‘munda’ from Patiala has given us hits like ‘Gaal’, and recently ‘Shada’. Even though he is recovering from the recent attack, his body has always been in a killer shape.

Parmish Varma© Instagram

3. Hardy Sandhu:

While his latest hit is titled ‘Naah’, his music and his fantabulous sculpted body shout ‘haan’!

Hardy Sandhu© Instagram

4. Ammy Virk:

His ‘Kismat’ has been shining long before his super hit number. With a great number of movies that he has been working on, his workouts have only gone more strenuous and his jacked physique shows all the hard work.

Ammy Virk© Instagram

5. Jassie Gill:

In recent times, Jasie has turned into a major fitness inspiration with all the sweat he has put into making his great body.

Jassie Gill© Instagram

6. Babbal Rai:

This ‘Australian Challa’ is the newest fitness inspiration on the block with the best version of himself on display for all his fans.

Babbal Rai© Instagram

7. Ninja:

This Punjabi ‘munda’ has looks that can kill but he earned that fame and even that frame that currently makes women drool over him.

Ninja© Instagram

These hot and fit Punjabi ‘launde’ are definitely stronger than our ‘Patiala peg’.


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