Life & Career

The Early Days

Born and brought up in Delhi, in a traditional sikh family; Gracy's passion for acting and dance goes back to her school days. She started taking Bharat Natyam lessons during her vacations, while studying at Manav Sthali School. Finishing school in the mid-nineties, she joined a dance troupe called "Planets" and started performing on stage, simultaneously pursuing her graduation in Arts. Around this time, she also traveled to Bombay for a few modeling assignments, ad films and dance shows.

The Break

In 1997 came the break, when she tested successfully for the TV serial ‘Amanat’. Television became Gracy's real school for acting, where she developed gradually as an actress. The success of the serial gave Gracy the right platform.

The Big Hit

She first became widely known for her role as ’Dinky’ in this successful father-daughter saga . In 2001, she endeared herself to movie audiences in her first leading role as Gauri in Oscar nominated film, "lagaan" alongside Aamir Khan . She won the viewers with her rustic looks and a neat performance in the celebrated film.

Gracy’s soft and endearing personality went in her favor and she became the part of the film that created history.

The Journey Continues

The year 2003 marked the release of three of her films ‘Armaan’, ‘Gangajaal’ and ‘Munna Bhai MBBS’. MBBS was another super hit film. Gracy turned out to be the actress with best ratio of hits to her credit.

With a few successful films under her belt, Gracy accepted more offbeat roles.

Gracy’s Dance Journey

Gracy also became an accomplished classical dancer. She performed her first theater project “Radhika” (Dance Drama) in 2006.

More substantial roles followed as she got few successful films to her credit in regional languages such as “Santosham” (Telugu), “Loudspeaker”(Malyalam) and “Rama Rama Krishna Krishna”(Telugu). She also starred in Punjabi films such as “Choodiyan”.

Gracy Singh Dance Troupe

Gracy formed her Dance Troupe in 2009 and involved herself in creating stage performance, depicting the rich cultural heritage of India, to show women in a better light.


n 2013, Gracy joined ‘The Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University’ and pursued inner spiritual development by pacticing Raja Yoga with the Brahma Kumaris. There were many other significant events taking place in her life at the same time. “I have experienced unlimited protection, peace, happiness, understanding, acceptance, and support. The BK’s, as they are known , have about one million members worldwide and they are some of the kindest, warmest and most intelligent people I have ever met.

In 2015, Gracy singh stars in Indian Hindi-language socio-mythological television series and plays the titular role of “Santoshi Maa”, which airs on Andtv, produced by Rashmi Sharma Telefilms. The role of Goddess Santoshi is described as "an emblem of love, contentment, forgiveness, happiness, and hope”. Says Gracy, “Faith in God can transform our lives and we can achieve inner happiness. This has been my experience and that's exactly what the show is all about. I always wanted to portray a character that can spread the message of peace, love, happiness, contentment and divinity. I am glad that a role like this came my way.”