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Chief minister of Punjab Born: October 17, 1973 (age 48 years), Sangrur, India Spouse: Inderpreet Kaur Education: Punjabi University Party: Aam Aadmi Party Office: Chief minister of Punjab since 2022 Wife: Inderpreet Kaur (ex-wife) Other name(s) Pegwant Mann Note: The moniker “Pegwant Mann” was used for him due to his drinking habits. Profession(s) Comedian, Actor, Politician Height (approx.) in centimeters- 172 cm in meters- 1.72 m in feet & inches- 5’ 8” Eye Colour Black Hair Colour Black Political Party • People’s Party of Punjab (PPP) (2011-2014) • Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) (2014-Present) Date of Birth 17 October 1973 (Wednesday) Birthplace Satoj, Sunam Tehsil of Sangrur district, Punjab Zodiac sign Libra Nationality Indian Hometown Satoj, Sunam Tehsil of Sangrur district, Punjab Religion Sikhism [ Caste Jatt Marital Status Divorced Wife/Spouse Inderpreet Kaur (Ex-wife) Children Son- Dilshan Mann Daughter- Seerat Kaur Mann Parents Father- Mohinder Singh (worked as a science teacher in a government school) Mother- Harpal Kaur Siblings Sister- Manpreet Kaur( works as a Punjabi teacher in Budha Dal Public School, Patiala, Punjab)

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Mann began a non-government organisation, the “Lok Lehar Foundation” to aid children with physical deformities as a result of pollution of groundwater in the border areas of Punjab. He is a comic poet who writes political satire. He is also a volleyball player. He was married to Inderpreet Kaur until their divorce in 2015. They have a son and a daughter. Bhagwant Mann is an Indian comedian, actor, and politician who became the 17th Chief Minister of Punjab on 16 March 2022. A celebrated comedian in the Punjabi entertainment industry, Mann is known for his satire comedy TV shows and films like ‘Sawdhan Agge Bhagwant Mann,’ ‘Jugnu Haazir Hai’ and ‘Bhagwant Mann Non Stop.’ After an 18-year-long career in comedy, Mann ventured into the politics via People’s Party of Punjab (PPP) in 2011. In 2014, he joined the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Growing up as a notorious kid, Mann loved mimicking his friends, teachers, sounds of a tractor, etc., to amuse others. Since childhood, he was fond of listening to the radio and closely followed RJs like Hari Sandhu, Devki Nandan Pandey, Indu Bahi, Tirath Singh Dhillon, and Raman Kumar. Listening to the radio, he was intrigued by both music and politics. It also provided him with abundant comical content, which he later performed in his standups. After enrolling in Shaheed Udham Singh Govt College in 1991, spent his college days participating in youth festivals. He actively took part and won prizes in various inter-college and inter-zonal competitions of poetry, mono acting, and histrionics. Karamjit Anmol, a popular Punjabi actor, comedian, and singer, was Mann’s batchmate during his college days. Worried about Mann’s education, his father banned him from participating in extra-curriculum activities during his college days. Although the comedian took the stage even after his father’s warning, he kept his participation a secret to avoid quarrels with his father. Therefore, when Mann secured himself any prizes or mementoes in competitions, he gave them away to fellow bus passengers while travelling from college to his home. During one of these festivals, he began his journey as a professional comedian after catching the attention of the music producer Jarnail Ghuman of the record label DMC Records Ltd, which offered Mann to tape an audio cassette of his standups. Prior to the recording of his cassette, Mann went to the main office of DMC Records Ltd in Ludhiana, where he was instructed to accompany Punjabi folk singers Muhammad Sadiq and Ranjit Kaur to their stage shows to gain some experience. Thereafter, Mann attended college during the weekdays and accompanied the singers to their shows during the weekends. On 16 May 1992, he stepped into the Punjabi entertainment industry with the comedy audio album ‘Gobhi Diye Kacchiye Vaparne,’ a satire in which he talked about inflation and corruption. In an interview, Mann recalled that once, while travelling to college via a bus, he encountered his audio cassette being played in the bus, but as people were familiar with only his voice back then, nobody recognized him. He gained popularity with his comical audio album ‘Kulfi Garma Garam,’ which parodied popular Punjabi songs. Via his comical audio albums, Mann introduced the Punjabi audience to the comedy genre “parody” in which subjects are presented using the satiric or ironic imitation. Later, Mann ventured into the Punjabi film industry. Acting credits under his belt include the films Kachehari (1994), Nain Preeto De (1995), and Main Maa Punjab Dee (1998). Other comedy audio albums released by Mann include Mithiya Mircha, Sadi Billi Sanu Miyaoon, Dhakka Start, and Lalloo Kare Kawaliyan. Soon, his career took off and he quit college when he was in his second year. At the beginning of his career, Mann, in collaboration with the Punjabi comedian Jagtar Jaggi, released various audio and video albums like ‘Hass-Hass Ke,’ ‘Just Laugh Baki Maff,’ and Lallu Kare Kawaliyan. Later, Mann started releasing video albums like ‘Sawdhan Agge Bhagwant Mann’ in which he shared the screen with the Punjabi actor and comedian Rana Ranbir. Mann’s other popular comedy skit video cassettes include Bhagwant Mann Non Stop (2001), Kee Main Jhooth Boliya (2004), and Just Laugh Baaki Maaf (2009). Mann collaborated with Jagtar Jaggi for the TV show ‘Jugnu Kehnda Hai.’ Telecast on the channel Alpha ETC Punjabi, the show made the comedians a household name in Punjab. Later, the duo also appeared together in ‘Jugnu Haazir Hai’ on the channel MH One Music. The hit show also featured the Punjabi comedians Binnu Dhillon and Karamjit Anmol alongside Mann and Jagtar Jaggi. Besides Jagtar Jaggi, Mann shared the screen with Punjabi actor Rana Ranbir for the weekly TV show ‘Jugnu Mast Mast’ telecast on Alpha ETC Punjabi. In 2003, Mann extensively toured across the UK, US, and Canada, with his co-performers, Tejinder Thind, Binnu Dhillon, Karamjit Anmol, Rana Ranbir, Simranpreet, and Anita, for the comedy skit show ‘No Life with Wife.’ A skilled singer-songwriter, Mann often voiced the parodied Punjabi songs in his comedy skit albums. He also lent his voice to the music album ‘Jatta Da Munda Gaun Lag Gaya.’

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