At 58 years old, Harbhajan Mann has this physical status:
Mann was born in the Khemuana village, located in the Bathinda district of Punjab, India. He is of Sikh origin. Mann began singing as an amateur in 1980, and performed in local shows for the South Asian community while attending high school in Canada. His beginnings as a professional artist can be traced to 1992, while he was in Punjab. It was then that his recording of Chithiye Nee Chithiye was released, and this track became a regional success. Mann realized that the market for Punjabi music in Canada was small, and he returned to Punjab to record his albums.
Mann had a breakthrough in 1999, when exposure provided by India MTV and T-Series assisted his Oye Hoye album to become a success. His Punjabi-pop style soon attracted audiences from all over India, and he soon undertook playback singing roles, where his voice was dubbed on to those of movie actors.
The playback work led to acting roles and Mann has become a prominent figure in the revitalisation of Punjabi cinema. He has starred and produced in seven movies – Ji Aayan Nu, Asa Nu Mann Watna Da, Dil Apna Punjabi, Mitti Wajaan Mardi, Mera Pind-My home, Jag Jeondiyan De Mele and his most recent movie, Heer Ranjha.
On 2 January 2013, he released Satrangi Peengh 2, in collaboration with his brother, Gursewak Mann. Harbhajan Mann said that he wants to create music that will live for decades.
In 2013, Mann acted in Hanni, which was directed by Amitoj Maan. The two collaborated again in Gaddar – The Traitor, which was released on 29 May 2015.
Harbhajan Mann released his single "Delhi '84" in 2014, for which the music has been given by Sukshinder Shinda.