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
Jeev Milkha Singh missed the cut by by one shot, while SSP Chawrasia and Shiv Kapur too crashed out after poor second round performances
Having led the field at one point, Jeev Milkha Singh struggled in the windy conditions, while the other two Indians, SSP Chowrasia and Shiv Kapur, also failed to make their mark
Anirban Lahiri and Jeev Milkha Singh failed to make the cut after the end of the second round of the US PGA Open championships.
Anirban Lahiri shot 73 and 78 in his two rounds, while Jeev Milkha Singh had cards of 76 and 79
Anirban Lahiri is also looking at improving his 'Major best' of Tied-fifth at the PGA Championships achieved last year at Whistling Straits
Jeev Milkha Singh will make his fifth appearance in the US PGA Open after after Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee withdrew due to personal reasons.
Shiv Kapur had six birdies against two bogeys in his card of four-under 68 at the Nordea Masters
Shiv Kapur shot two-over 74 while Jeev Milkha Singh carded three-over 75. Sweden's Daniel Chopra carded four-over 76
SSP Chawrasia had three birdies against one bogey, while Jeev Milkha Singh struck an eagle, a birdie and two bogeys in the first round of the BMW PGA Championship
SSP Chawrasia had shot 69 and 75, while Jeev Milkha Singh carded 70 and 76 when the third round ended.
SSP Chawrasia, who shot three-under on the first day, carded three-over on the second and totalled even-par 144, while Jeev Milkha Singh, two-under overnight, had a disastrous quadruple bogey on par-four 14th and was three-over in eight holes when play was stopped.
SSP Chawrasia, winner of Indian Open this season, was lying tied 22nd while Jeev Milkha Singh, winner of the event in 2006, was tied 39th.
Jeev Milkha Singh won the Volvo China Open in 2006 and at that time he had been winless for seven years. It set him on the road to a fantastic year when he won four times and also won the Asian Tour Order of Merit.
Jyoti Randhawa, who has been out of action for close to five months, makes his comeback in the Panasonic Open Golf championships.
Jeev Milkha Singh had brilliant 2006-08 seasons, wherein he won four titles each across the Asian, European and Japan Tour.
Jeev Milka Singh is now six-under but is eight shots of the leader, Scott Hend. He was tied 49 at the midway stage after Friday's second round.
Jeev Milkha Sigh, who recently captained Team Asia in the recent EurAsia Cup, said he was looking forward to playing in the Mauritius Open for the first time