Gaganjeet Bhullar made par on the final hole to give him his ninth win on the Asian tour.
Gaganjeet Bhullar showed excellent scrambling with just one bogey to go with four birdies in round three.
Gaganjeet Bhullar, who also won the event in 2013, sealed his seventh Asian Tour victory and a second title this season with a 16-under-par 272 total at the Pondok Indah Golf Course
Gaganjeet Bhullar, who has been trying to get back to winning ways on his comeback from a wrist injury, totalled eight-under 280 and was four shots behind the ultimate winner, Carlos Pigem of Spain
Jyoti Randhawa, who has been out of action for close to five months, makes his comeback in the Panasonic Open Golf championships.
Himmat Rai carded nine-under 63 to finish tied third, while Gaganjeet Bhullar (71) and Khalin Joshi (70) shared the 10th spot at Philippine Open.
Gaganjeet Bhullar and Khalin Joshi carded three-under 69 and 67, respectively, in the third round at Philippine Open.
Gaganjeet Bhullar carded five-under 67 in the second round at Philippine Open.
While former Asian Tour champion Jyoti Randhawa jumped 34 places with the help of six birdies against two bogeys, SSP Chawrasia too moved up 21 spots at the Amata Spring Country Club.
Jyoti Randhawa amassed a four-day total of four-over 288 (79-68-68-73) -- six shots behind winner Danthai Boonma of Thailand.
Asian Tour leader Lahiri, who also got a 67 on the first day to be tied 12th, got birdies on the second, 14th and 15th holes in a flawless round of 67. The world No.39 has a two-day total of six-under 134 -- three strokes behind leader Justin Rose of england, who added a 66 to his first round score of 65.
Gaganjeet Bhullar carded one-under 69 to mark his first under-par round this week. He finished with a total score of two-over 282.
Bhullar had five bogeys against four birdies for his 71. Four of the bogeys came on the front nine, while he had two birdies each on front and back nines. Bhullar has round 72, 70 and 71 for a total of three-over 213 and is tied 42nd, up from overnight 45th.
As the cut fell at three-over 143, only Bhullar (72-70) and Rashid (70-73) survived the midway cut among the eight Indian golfers who started the week.
Gaganjeet Bhullar made only one cut in nine appearances this year but he is confident of turning the corner at the $1.2 million event sanctioned by the Asian Tour and Japan Golf Tour.
After tearing a ligament in his left wrist in September 2014, the five-time winner on the Asian Tour, Gaganjeet Bhullar struggled in short game that involves chipping and putting.
While Ganganjeet Bhullar was nursing his injury, compatriot Anirban Lahiri took a giant step in international golf, winning two European Tour titles in three weeks -- the Maybank Malaysia Open and Hero Indian Open this month.
It's tough, it's mean and it's very unforgiving - the Delhi Golf Club is all set for the Indian Open. Tiger Woods being the brand ambassador, makes it even bigger.