About Dara Singh - The Real Hero Profile

Dara Singh Standing tall at 6’2” with rippling muscles, this wrestler has been a part of Cinema for many years and is known for his portrayal of Hanuman in Ramayana.Basics on Dara Singh.Dara Singh Randhawa was born on 19th November 1928 in Amritsar, Punjab,India.He was trained in a type of wrestling called Pehlwani and has taken on wrestlers like Lou Thesz and Stanislaus Zbyszko.Dara Singh’s Movie. Dara Singh essayed the role of anuman in the televised version of Ramayan. He acted in several movies like Sangdil (1952), Sher Dil (1965), Toofan (1969), Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge (2000) and Jab We Met.

Father's Name : Shri Surat Singh
Mother's Name : Sharimati Balwant Kaur
Date of Birth : 19 - 11 - 1928
Birth Place : Village Dharmuchak, Dist. Amritsar (Punjab)
Maritial Status : Married On 11 May 1961
Spouse Name : Shrimati Surjit Kaur Randhawa
No. of Childrens : Three Daughters and Two Sons
Profession : Agriculture, Wrestling, Cine Artist (Producer and Director)
Positions Held :
  • Aug 2003 Nominated to Rajya Sabha Sept 2003 Feb 2004 Member
  • Committee on Human Resource Develpment Feb 2004 - 2006 Member
  • Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Youth Affairs and sports Aug 2004 onwards Member
  • Committee on information Technology 2006 onwards Member
  • Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
Books Published : Meri Atmakatha (Punjabi) , 1989
Countries Visited : All over the world in connection with Wrestling tournaments except China
Other Information : President
  • All India Jat Samaj since 1997
  • Bombay Jat Samaj since 1987
  • Cine Artist Association since 2005

Social and Cultural Activities, Literary, Artistic and Scientific Accomplishments and other special intrests
Has Written, Directed and produced a Hindi film Mera Desh Mera Dharam and a Punjabi film Sawa Lakh Se Ek Ladawn (Historical) along with ten other Punjabi and Hindi Films
  • Won Professional Indian Wrestling Championship in 1953
  • Commonwealth Wrestling Championship in 1959 by defeating Canadian Champion George Godianko
  • World Wrestling Championship in 1968 by defeating Lou Theze of America
  • Best Actor Award for the film Jagga by the Government of India which was presented by Late Shrimati Indira Gandhi
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