The 30-year-old, who has time and again put himself in contention in the last weeks did so yet again.
After T-2 in Korea and then sole second in Queens Cup and T-11 in Sarawak, Bhullar was sole fifth this week.
Compatriot Udayan Mane (70) was T-6 and Khalin Joshi (71) was T-13.
Among other Indians, Honey Baisoya (69) was T-40, Jyoti Randhawa (76) T-50, Chiragh Kumar (70), Himmat Rai (73) 68th and Shiv Kapur (75) T-70.
Bhullar said, "It was a solid round of golf. I made a few good birdies. Most of them were tricky putts. I was looking at the leaderboard and motivating myself to get up there. For the final few holes, I was particularly aggressive because I was hitting the ball well."
He was happy about his swing and added, "My swing is on the way to being fixed. I see plenty of progressions and the goal is to be really consistent and get to my peak really soon. I'm working really hard."
"The wind affected my play on the eighth. On the ninth, I put myself in a decent position but I three-putted. At the 10th, I was so upset with my bogeys so I skipped my thought process and three-putted."
He went on, "I'm close to a win. I have a blueprint of my scoring capabilities on this Tour."
Harding, 32, who missed only three greens-in-regulation before the final round, uncharacteristically dropped two shots on holes seven and eight. He bounced back when it mattered with two birdies before emerging victorious with 18-under-par 270 at the Pondok Indah Golf Course.
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