One of the common personality artists, Gurbachan Singh, began his occupation as a stuntman. A joint feature in Dharmendra's movies, he will now be perceived in Yamla Pagla Deewana. He seems to be one of those Punjabi lads who used to crowd Dharmendra's home in the '70s. He came to Bombay from Gurdaspur in 1970 with a note of endorsement from his dad, who was a tehsildar, and Dharamji permitted him to halt in his household.

He used to tussle and had a decent physique. There were many like him, and his mom used to take proper care of all of the wrestlers. He began as a body look alike when Dharamji presented him to Ravi Khanna, who was a mammoth name in the battle direction those days. He, in turn, familiarized him to Veeru Devgan, who was opening his career as a sovereign action manager with Roti Kapda Aur Makaan.

He helped him for many years. What are his milestone films as a body double? Frolicking body double to Dharamji in “Kahani Kismat Ki” and Dilip Kumar in “Kranti” were the climaxes of his career. He hopped from the forts, ran over the glass, he did it all displays the wound marks on his hands. When asked if it’s risky or not he says it’s nothing compared to the greatest hazard is of the jawan who defends the nation on the border. The administration pays him few thousands and supposes him to prepare for the bullet each day, every hour.

Ours is a much-calculated danger to save the celebrity from every minor graze. How have things altered in the industry? He says that it has transformed a lot! Earlier they used little inflatables for blood shots; now they use condoms! They are much more dependable and operational. Things have become much securer with the use of lines, but he believes they can't give the rare feel of the hovering kick that heat tempted on Amjad Khan in Inkaar. These days artists seem to fly. How did he take to performing? Witnessing actors from close range assured him that he could also perform. The actor also happened to believe that he was average looking and should get seen in front of the lens.

​Heen treated Dharamji to give him an opportunity. He started with bit characters in “Kuchhe Dhaage” and “Patthar Aur Payal” and lastly observed in “Mr. Natwarlal” where he had an extravagant fight arrangement with Amitabh Bachchan. He also did many Punjabi movies. After Yamla Pagla Deewana, he’s looking onward to Tell me O Khuda, where the actor has a remarkable role.