Shehnaaz Gill is an Indian actress, model, and singer who predominantly works in Hindi television and films. Her birth date is either January 27th, 1993 or January 27th, 1994. She made her debut as a model in the music video Shiv Di Kitaab, which was released in 2015. In the year 2017, she made her introductory appearance in the Punjabi movie Sat Shri Akaal England. She was a contestant on the thirteenth season of the reality show Bigg Boss in 2019, and she came in third place.

Gill was born on January 27th, either 1993 or 1994, and she was nurtured in the Indian state of Punjab. Her family is Sikh, and her ancestry is Punjabi. She was born in Punjab. She always wanted to be an actress since she was a child because she was talented in both singing and acting.

She attended Dalhousie Hilltop School, located in Dalhousie, for her primary and secondary education. She went on to obtain her undergraduate degree in business at Lovely Professional University, located in Phagwara.

In 2015, Gill made her debut in the film “Shiv Di Kitaab,” which marked the beginning of her career. In 2016, Gill had appearances in the films “Majhe Di Jatti” and “Pindaan Diyan Kudiyaan.” Another music video by Gill, named Yeah Baby Refix, was created in collaboration with Garry Sandhu. Gill is also known for her roles in a number of Punjabi films, including Sat Shri Akaal England (2017), Kala Shah Kala (2018), and Daaka (2019).

In September of 2019, Gill participated as a celebrity contestant on the thirteenth season of Bigg Boss. Her debut single, “Veham,” was released when she was a contestant on Bigg Boss, and she went on to release several more tracks while she was there, including “Range,” “Sidewalk,” and “Ronda Ali Peti.” [source: missing citation] In February of 2020, the season came to a close, and Gill ended up finishing as the season’s second runner-up. [13] She made an appearance in the February 2020 episode of Mujhse Shaadi Karoge, but the show was canceled after only a month because of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Following that, Gill made appearances in a variety of music videos, some of which are “Bhula Dunga,” “Keh Gayi Sorry,” “Kurta Pajama,” “Waada Hai,” “Shona Shona,” and “Fly.”

In the year 2021, Gill made an appearance in the Punjabi movie Honsla Rakh alongside Diljit Dosanjh.

Gill received a ranking of 13th in the Times Top 20 Most Desirable Women on TV in 2019 and a ranking of 11th in the Times Top 20 Most Desirable Women on TV in 2020. In The Times’ list of the Most Desirable Women in 2020, she came in at position No. 45. In the year 2021, Gill made an appearance on the digital cover of Filmfare and was honored at the ET Inspiring Women Awards as being given the “Promising Fresh Face” award.