Subhash Banuda Wiki, Age, Girlfriend, Wife, Family, Biography & More

Subhash Banuda alias Suriya is an Indian gangster who is known for being the son of criminal Balbir Banuda. In June 2022, he came into the limelight after appearing as one of the sharpshooters involved in Sidhu MooseWala’s murder.


Subhash Banuda was born on Saturday, 27 November 1999 (age 23 years; as of 2022) in Sikar, Rajasthan. His zodiac sign is Saggitarius. Subhash has done his schooling at a local school in the village of Sikar, Rajasthan.

Subhash Banuda’s childhood photo

According to sources, Subhash has attained education till 10th standard. Since childhood, Subhash was inclined towards boxing. According to sources, Subhash took training in boxing in Hisar, Haryana. He has competed in various boxing competitions and has been a state champion of boxing.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 7″

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Black


Subhash belongs to a Jatt family.

Parents & Siblings

Subhash’s father’s name is Balbir Banuda, who was a gangster. He died on 23 July 2014.

Subhash Banuda’s father

He has a brother named Vikash.


Subhash Banuda is unmarried.


He follows Hinduism.

Criminal Activities

Subhash Banuda started appearing in criminal activities when he was barely fifteen years old. Reportedly, on 23 July 2014, Subhash’s father, Balbir Banuda, along with Anand Pal Singh, was assaulted at Bikaner Central Jail in which his father died. Subhash was traumatized by his father’s murder, and as a result, he switched his career from boxing to criminal.

Balbir Banuda(right) and Anand Pal Singh(left)

On 13 March 2015, he was at a farmhouse in his village with his father’s friends. The police raided the farmhouse and arrested six people along with weapons. Although Subhash escaped the attack, police registered a case of Arms Act against him.

Subhash Banuda’s farmhouse

Gangster Anand Pal Singh who was known to be a friend of Subhash’s father and a member of Subhash Baral’s gang escaped jail and killed two people from the Raju Thehat gang. Thereafter, on 24 June 2017, Anand Pal Singh was killed in a police encounter in Moulasar, Rajasthan. Soon after the death of Anand Pal Singh, Subhash Banuda started working as a member of gangster Subhash Baral’s gang. After the assassination of gangster Anand Pal, Subhash Baral and his gang decided to team up with Lawrence Bishnoi. Lawrence Bishnoi’s gang, on the order of Subhash Baral, murdered Sardar Rao, the Sarpanch of Sikar, on 23 August 2017.

Gangster Subhash Baral(right) and Anand Pal Singh

Shortly afterwards, Subhash Banuda surrendered himself to IG Dinesh MN after many failed attempts by the police officials to arrest him. Subhash Banuda is one of the suspects in the murder of Sidhu Moose Wala, according to police. On 29 May 2022, Sidhu was shot dead by eight sharpshooters in his hometown of Mansa district, Punjab. He was going to a relative house driving a Mahindra Thar SUV. On the way, he halted by two suspicious automobiles whom he mistakenly thought as his fans and pulled over for them. Eight shooters came out of the car and dismounted and open fire on him 30 times. He was immediately taken to Mansa Civil Hospital, where he was declared dead. Goldy Brar, a Canada-based gangster, claimed responsibility for the murder shortly after it occurred. Shortly afterwards, Lawrence Bishnoi confirmed his involvement in Sidhu Moose Wala’s case through a Facebook post in which he claimed to have killed Sidhu along with his gang members Goldy Brar and Lawrence Bishnoi. Reportedly, the weapons which were utilized in Sidhu’s assassination were brought from Jodhpur, Rajasthan. According to reports, the Bolero car which was brought into use in the Sidhu Moosewala’s murder also belongs to Rajasthan.


  • Reportedly, Subhash Banuda secured 70 per cent in his high school.
  • After Subhash Banuda surrendered himself to IG Dinesh MN, he stated that never wanted to get involved in crimes. Further, he also assured IG Dinesh MN to become a better person like him, and IG Dinesh MN promised to assist Subhash in boxing and higher education.


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