Born into the warrior clan of Sandhus, who are known for their never-say-die attitude, Hardy Sandhu is a renowned Punjabi singer. His journey started when his father took him to the cricket ground. The cricket ground was going to be his home for the next decade. He emerged as a winner most of the time, and everyone saw him as the next stalwart in cricket. Unfortunately, Hardy received a fatal injury that ended his dream of being a cricketer.
They say that “when the Almighty takes away something from you, it means that He is just making way for something else.” As a result, the Divine showered another gift on to him – the gift of a different and sharp voice.
Singing folk songs at his native village, Hardy reached his true calling. To hone up his vocal skills, he started training under Sh. Nirmal Singh aka ‘Nimma,’ who taught him the various nuances of folk and classical music.
Well connected to his roots, Hardy is inspired from the Malwa culture. His singing is an amalgamation of urban folk and contemporary Punjabi music.