Akhil Sachdeva

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Akhil Sachdeva is an Indian musician, singer and composer. His song Humsafar was featured in the Bollywood film Badrinath Ki Dulhania. [1] [2]


In 2009, Sachdeva started as the lead vocalist of the Delhi-based music band, Nasha. His Bollywood journey started when he happened to meet Shashank Khaitan, the director of the film, at his friend Huma Qureshi's Eid dinner. His song Tera Ban Jaunga from the film Kabir Singh has garnered a fantastic response worldwide. He is currently managed by Mourjo Chatterjee ( On Stage talents )



2017 Badrinath Ki Dulhania "Sun Mere Humsafar"Akhil Sachdeva, Mansheel GujralAkhil Sachdeva
"Humsafar (Reprise)" Alia Bhatt, Akhil Sachdeva
2018 Badhaai Ho "Nain Na Jodeen (2nd Version)"Akhil Sachdeva Rochak Kohli Kumaar Used as single picturized on himself
2019 Kabir Singh "Tera Ban Jaunga"Akhil Sachdeva, Tulsi Kumar Akhil Sachdeva
"Tera Ban Jaungi"Tulsi KumarUsed as Single picturized on Tulsi Kumar
"Tera Ban Jaunga (Reprise)"Akhil SachdevaUsed as Single picturized on himself
2020 Jawaani Jaaneman "Mere Babula (Madhaniya)" Harshdeep Kaur, Akhil SachdevaGourav-Roshin Shellee
Bhoot - Part One: The Haunted Ship "Channa Ve"Akhil Sachdeva, Mansheel GujralAkhil Sachdeva


2018Gal Sun"Gal Sun" SingleAkhil Sachdeva Manoj Muntashir, Akhil SachdevaPicturized on himself


2018 T-Series Mixtape Punjabi "Dil Taan Pagal/Je Tu Na"Akhil Sachdeva & Amber VashishtAbhijit Vaghani, Jaidev Kumar, Gold Boy Babbu Maan
2019 T-Series Mixtape Season 2 "Chan Kitthan/ Mere Sohneya★ Ep 4"Akhil Sachdeva, Kaur B
2019T-Series Mixtape Punjabi Season 2"Aaoge Jab Tum-Jag Soona Soona ★ Ep 11"Akhil Sachdeva, Nandini SrikarAbhijit Vaghani, Sandesh Shandilya, Vishal-Shekhar

Web series

2019 Broken But Beautiful Season 2 "O Saajna"Akhil Sachdeva
2020 Dil Hi Toh Hai Season 3 "Rondi Ankhiyaan"Akhil Sachdeva, Lisa Mishra Akhil Sachdeva
It Happened in Calcutta"Sukoon"Akhil Sachdeva
"Dua Ban Ja"Akhil Sachdeva, Harshdeep Kaur Akhil Sachdeva
Bebaakee "Galliyan"Akhil Sachdeva, Asees Kaur Akhil Sachdeva
2021 Broken But Beautiful Season 3 "Mere Liye"Akhil Sachdeva
"Tere Naal"Akhil Sachdeva

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  1. "Akhil Sachdeva at JMC: Yahan ki kudiyaan bahut soni hai, yahan perform karna toh banta hai". The Times of India. TNN.
  2. "Badrinath Ki Dulhania song Humsafar was written three years back : Singer Akhil Sachdeva". The Indian Express. 17 February 2017.