Bhagwant Mann is a former comedian and actor who ventured into politics in 2014. Mann is currently a politician from Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party.

The 48-year-old was previously a part of the People’s Party of Punjab between 2012 to 2014. During this period, Mann contested from the Lehragaga Assembly seat.

In 2014, Mann contested from the Sangrur constituency and won with a margin of over two lakh votes, according to the official website of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). 

Mann was one of the four Members of Parliament elected from Punjab in the polls. 

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After winning the elections from Sangrur, Mann became the State Convenor of the Punjab unit of the Aam Aadmi Party and leader of the Parliamentary party in the Lok Sabha.

According to the AAP’s website, Mann’s rallies across the state became the “largest political events” during the elections. 

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Mann divorced his former wife, Inderpreet Kaur, in 2015.


Born in a Jat Sikh family on 17 October, 1973, Mann grew up in a village in the Sangrur district, Punjab, India.


According to reports, Mann has an average salary of Rs 2 lakh per month.

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In totality, Mann owns assets worth Rs 1.97 crore which includes two Toyota Fortuner SUVs worth Rs 27 lakh, according to The Economic Times. 

With the counting of Punjab’s Assembly election votes currently underway, Mann recently talked about accepting the “mandate of people.”

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“People’s mandate as to in whose hands will they place the reins of the future of their children, youth, elderlies for the next 5 years is locked in the machines (EVMs). Results will come on 10th, we will accept the mandate of people,” the stand-up comedian turned politician told reporters.