- Birthday: 09. February 1958
- Birthplace: Hadali
- Awards: Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award for Aaina, Filmfare Best Villain Award for Kalyug, Won: Indian Telly Awards Best Actress in Negative Role (Jury) for Kavyanjali
Amrita Singh (born 9 February 1958) is an Indian film and television actress.
Amrita was born to a Sikh family, raised as a Sikh. She is the daughter of Rukhsana Sultana, who was a political activist and Shavinder Singh, who was an army officer.She is the granddaughter of The Hon Sardar Bahadur Sir Sobha Singh, OBE, of Hadali, Sargodha, Punjab.
Her maternal grandmother Zarina, was the elder sister of actor Begum Para, mother of actor Ayub Khan. She was also the daughter of Mian Ehsan Ul Haque, who came from a landowning family. He was a judge and the Chief Justice of the highest court in the princely state of Bikaner, northern Rajasthan. Through her father, she is a relative of novelist Khushwant Singh and businessman Sir Sobha Singh of Naya Delhi.
She attended Modern School in New Delhi and is fluent in the English, Punjabi and Hindi languages.