Dara Singh

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Dara Singh

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Real Name:
Deedar Singh Randhawa


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Dara Singh is an Wrestler, Actor, Director, Producer, Politician. He is called as Ironman of Indian Cinema,  The Original Muscle Man of Bollywood, Action King of Bollywood

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Article Type: Biography
Category: Wrestler, Actor, Director

NameDara Singh
Real NameDeedar Singh Randhawa
Pet / Nick NameDara
ProfessionWrestler, Actor, Director, Producer, Politician
OriginDharmu Chak Village, Amritsar, Punjab Province, British India

Age, Dob, Birthplace, zodiac, star sign

Dara Singh Age(Current) 93 years, 6 month, 4 daysold
Date Of Birth (DOB)11/19/1928 (M/D/Y)
BirthplaceRatangarh Village, Gurdaspur District, Punjab, India
Star Sign (Nakshatra)Not Sure

Death Details

Alive Or DeadDead
Date Of Death (DOD)07/12/2012 (M/D/Y)
After Death Timeline8 years
9 months
22 days
5 hours
41 minutes
45 seconds
3218 Total days


93 years, 6 month, 4 days, 5 hours, 23 minutes, 22 seconds.
34153 Total days.
- On May 23, 2022


Relationship Status: Not Known
Marital Status: Not Sure

Girlfriend/Boyfriend(s) :

Not Officially announced Yet

Spouse (Wife or Husban:

No Update

Kids: Don’t Know

Father: Yet To Update
Mother: Yet To Update
Sister(s): Not Known
Brother(s): Not Known

FatherSurat Singh Randhawa (Farmer; died)MotherBalwant Kaur Randhawa (Homemaker; died)No. Of. Brothers1No. Of. Sisters0Brother(s)Sardara Singh Randhawa (Wrestler & Actor; died in 2013)Sister(s)Not Known

Personal Details:

DOB (m/d/y):
November 19, 1928
Ratangarh Village, Gurdaspur District, Punjab, India
Dharmu Chak Village, Amritsar, Punjab Province, British India
Mother Tongue:
Not Revealed Yet
Languages Known:
English, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi
Birth Star:
Star Unknown
Not Known
No Hobbies Revealed Yet


Not Known

Educational Details:

Under Graduate
School: Not Known
College: Not Known

Physical Traits & Appearance:

Dara Singh Height In Feet:
129 kg / 284.445 lbs (Approx.)
Body Measurements:

34-30-34 (B-H-W)
- Chest: 42 Inches
- Waist: 34 Inches
- Biceps: 16 Inches

Body Type:
Skin Tone:
Very Fair
Hair Color:
Dark Brown
Eye Color:

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Personality, Physical Appearance

Body, Height, Weight

Body TypeSlim
Body MeasurementsChest: 52 inches – Waist: 38 inches – Biceps: 18 inches
Zero SizeN/A
Height6 feet 2 inches / 187 Centimeters
Weight129 kg / 284.445 lbs

Face Properties

Face ShapeOval
Eye ColourBrown Eyes
Nose TypeSharp
Hair ColourMix Shades
Hair LengthMedium Length
Dimple StatusNo
BeardClean Shaved


CharacterGood Human
NegativeNot Known

Father / Mother, Family Details

FatherSurat Singh Randhawa (Farmer; died)
MotherBalwant Kaur Randhawa (Homemaker; died)
No. Of. Brothers1
No. Of. Sisters0
Brother(s)Sardara Singh Randhawa (Wrestler & Actor; died in 2013)
Sister(s)Not Known

Father – Surat Singh Randhawa (Farmer; died)

Mother – Balwant Kaur Randhawa (Homemaker; died)

Brother – Sardara Singh Randhawa (Wrestler & Actor; died in 2013)

Sister – Not Known

Relationship, Affairs, Wife / Husband, Girlfriends / Boyfriends

Dara Singh Relationship StatusEngaged
Interested InNot Known
Marital StatusMarried
Marital TypeNot Sure
SpouseFirst Wife- Bachno Kaur (Divorced); Second Wife- Surjit Kaur Aulakh (Homemaker; died)

Affairs/Girlfriends – Not Known

Wedding Details

Dara Singh’s Wedding Date05/11/1961
Together Timeline– 59 years
11 months
23 days
5 hours
41 minutes
45 seconds
21908 Total days
Divorce Date
Separated Timeline– 0 years
0 months
0 days
0 hours
0 minutes
0 seconds
0 Total days

Son / Daughter, Children Details

No.Of. Male Kids3
No.Of. Female Kids3

Kids Details

Son(s)- 3

  • Parduman Randhawa (from Bachno Kaur; Actor)
  • Virender Singh Randhawa (from Surjit Kaur; Actor)
  • Amrik Singh Randhawa (from Surjit Kaur; Film Producer)

Daughter(s)- 3

  • Deepa Singh (from Surjit Kaur)
  • Kamal Singh (from Surjit Kaur)
  • Loveleen Singh (from Surjit Kaur)

Caste, Religion, Community, Mother Tongue, Languages Known

Dara Singh’s CasteFather – Not Known
Mother – Same As Fathers
CommunityNot Known
Mother TongueNot Revealed Yet
Languages KnownEnglish, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi

Address, Native, Hometown, Current City

Native / OriginDharmu Chak Village, Amritsar, Punjab Province, British India
Home TownDharmu Chak Village, Amritsar, Punjab Province, British India
Dara Singh’s Current CityDharmu Chak Village, Amritsar, Punjab Province, British India
AddressNot Known

Education, Qualification

SchoolNot Known
CollegeNot Known
Dara Singh’s QualificationNot Known
Other Education NotesNot Known


Life Style

Does Dara Singh, Consume Alcohol?Yes
Does Dara Singh, Smoke Cigarettes?Not Sure Yet
Will Drive?Yes
Is Dara Singh, Swims?Yes
Is Dara Singh, Yoga Practitioner?Not Sure Yet
Does Gym?Not Sure Yet
Is Dara Singh, a Jogger?Not Sure Yet
Eating Habit?Non-Vegetarian

Hobbies, Interests

Dara Singh’s HobbiesTravelling
MusicFilm songs

Dara Singh was naturally introduced to a Jat Sikh family.

At the time of only 9, he was hitched to Bachno Kaur’ and their first youngster Parduman Randhawa’ was conceived in 1945. Nonetheless, the couple got separated soon.

He was then hitched to Surjit Kaur Aulakh’ in May 1961, and they had two children, Virender Singh Randhawa and Amrik Singh Randhawa, and three girls, Deepa Singh, Kamal Singh and Loveleen Singh.

Till the year 1946, Dara Singh remained in the Dharmu Chak town to complete cultivating exercises. Around then, he was likewise a non-proficient wrestler.

In 1947, he, alongside his fatherly uncle, went from Amritsar to Singapore where he joined the drum-producing plant as a laborer.

During his stay in Singapore, individuals urged him to turn into an expert wrestler on account of his manufacture, tallness, and tendency towards wrestling.

Dara Singh then worked at Singapore’s ‘Glad World Stadium’ for a half year, at the same time, he didn’t get any open door in wrestling.

From that point onward, he got a chance to get his wrestling preparing at Singapore’s ‘Incredible World Stadium’ under the direction of Harnam Singh.’

Essentially, he got his preparation in an Indian style of wrestling called ‘Pehlwani.’

In 1950, Dara Singh crushed wrestler Tarlok Singh’ and turned into the ‘Hero of Malaysia’ in Indian Style Wrestling.

He got enormous distinction in 1951; when he crushed Australian-Indian expert wrestler King Kong’ in Sri Lanka.

In 1952, he turned into the primary sportsman to be selected to the Rajya Sabha.

In 1953, during the Rustam-e-Hind free-form wrestling competition in Bombay, Dara Singh vanquished Tiger Joginder Singh’ and turned into the Indian Champion. For this, he got a silver cup from Maharaja Hari Singh.’

In the film ‘Pehli Jhalak’ (1954), there was a scene where Om Prakash’ dreams of grappling with Dara Singh.’ He neither needed to talk any discoursed nor act. The scene was shot with no troubles.

In 1959, he contended with such a significant number of extraordinary expert wrestlers like King Kong’ (Australia), John Desilva’ (New Zealand), George Gordienko’ (Canada), and so on and turned into the Commonwealth Champion.

In 1960, Dara Singh got an idea to grapple with Bhagwan Dada’ in the film “˜Bhakt Raj’ (1960), yet he needed to talk four to five little discoursed in the film. In spite of the fact that he was not ready to talk the exchanges around then, his discoursed were named by some other craftsman.

From that point onward, he acted in the Devi Sharma’s super hit film ‘Ruler Kong’ (1962).

As per him, his direction over dialects was poor, and hence, mentors had been continued showing him Urdu and Hindi.

After the arrival of the film ‘Lord Kong’ (1962), an admirer sent him a letter by asking, ‘You are India’s Bheem, for what reason do you play Been.’ This remark hitched him to win the World Wrestling Championship.

In 1963, the chief Mohammed Hussain and maker Vinod Doshi of the film ‘Faulad’ needed to sign a celebrated on-screen character to act inverse Dara Singh,’ yet nobody was prepared to act inverse him. At that point, they marked entertainer Mumtaz’ who used to assume minor jobs around then. The film turned into a hit in the cinema world.

From that point onward, Dara Singh acted in more than 16 films with entertainer Mumtaz,’ and among them, 10 movies were hit in the cinema world. They were the most generously compensated B-Grade entertainers of that time, and his expense was ‚4 lakh per film.

In 1968, he crushed Lou Thesz’ of America and turned into the “˜World Wrestling Champion.’ Before him, Gama Pehalwan was the main Indian wrestler to win the World Championship.

In 1978, he established the ‘Dara Film Studio’ in Mohali, Punjab, India.

His last film as a lead entertainer seemed to be ‘Rustom’ (1982). From that point forward, Dara Singh assumed character jobs in the movies.

During the 1960s and 1970s, he was prevalently known as the ‘Activity King of Bollywood.’

He had likewise acted in some racked movies like ‘Naagvanshi’ (1993), ‘Hamara Kanoon’ (1998), ‘Lohe Ka Dil’ (1999), and ‘Balle America’ (2000).

Dara Singh filled in as the administrator of ‘Cine and TV Artist Association’ (CINTAA) for quite a long while.

In June 1983, he took retirement from his wrestling profession, and his last competition was held in Delhi.

He is prominently known for his job of Lord Hanuman in the legendary TV sequential ‘Ramayan’ (1987-1988).

In 1989, Dara Singh distributed his self-portrayal with the name ‘Meri Aatm Katha’ in Punjabi.

For wrestling competitions, he voyaged everywhere throughout the world aside from China.

During his wrestling vocation, he completed 500 expert battles, and he didn’t lose a solitary one.

Aside from wrestling on an expert level, Dara Singh had likewise wrestled on the welcome of the Kings of different Indian royal states.

In 1996, he was drafted into the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame.’

In January 1998, he joined the Bharatiya Janata Party’ (BJP).

Dara Singh was an individual from the Rajya Sabha for BJP from 2003 to 2009.

On 7 July 2012, he was admitted to the emergency clinic after a heart assault, and on 11 July 2012, he was released; be that as it may, according to specialists’ report, he had almost no recuperation shots; as his mind had harmed fundamentally. On 12 July 2012, he passed on at his home in Mumbai because of heart failure.

Till his demise, he was likewise the leader of ‘Jat Mahasabha,’ an association of Jats in India.

In December 2016, Akshay Kumar propelled Seema Sonik Alimchand’s book ‘Deedara otherwise known as Dara Singh,’ which depended on his life.

In April 2018, Dara Singh was drafted into the ‘WWE Hall of Fame.’

Favourites and Preferences

Favourite ActorNot Known
Favourite ActressesNot Known
Favourite Film(s)Not Known
Favourite Director(s)Don’t Know
Favourite FoodNot Known
Favourite DrinkNot Known
Favourite FruitNot Known
Preferred OutfitNot Known
Preferred PerfumeNot Known
Favourite Destination(s)Not Known
Dara Singh’s Favourite ColourNot Known
Favourite MusicianNot Revealed Yet
Favourite Singer(s)No Such
Favourite Song(s)Not Known
Favourite Sport(s)Not Revealed Yet

Gossips, Controversies

In the mid 1970s, Dara Singh’s film titled Raj Karega Khaalsa pulled in a contention when the then administering government at the inside restricted the film on the appearance of “Dissident Elements.” When Dara Singh proceeded to campaign for his film, a veteran legislator Giani Zail Singh requested that he supplant the word sarkar with any reasonable word to which Dara had concurred and supplanted “sarkar” with “raj.” The film had additionally confronted resistance from a few groups of in-your-face sikh associations. Afterward, when Dara Singh came into the governmental issues, the film was discharged with the title ‘Sava Lakh Se Ek Ladaun.’

Net Worth, Earnings, Salary and Assets

Dara Singh’s Salary4 Lakh/film
Net Worth$4 million

Movable and Immovable Assets

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Drinks Alcohol?
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Wrestling Career :

Debut Year, 1948

Retired June, 1983

Trainer – Harnam Singh

Most Memorable Fight – On 12 December 1956, when he lifted the “King Kong” of Australia who was around 200 kg over his head and twirled him around.

Acting Career :

  • Debut Bollywood (Actor) : Pehli Jhalak (1954)
  • Tamil Film (Actor) : Engal Selvi (1960)
  • Punjabi Film (Actor/Director/Writer) : Nanak Dukhiya Sub Sansar (1970)
  • Malayalam Film (Actor) : Mutharamkunnu P.O. (1985)
  • Telugu Film (Actor) : Auto Driver (1998)
  • Hindi TV (Actor) : Ramayan (1987-1988)
  • Bollywood (Producer) : Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978)
  • Last Film(s) & TV Bollywood (Actor) : Ata Pata Laapata (2012)
  • Punjabi Film (Actor): Dil Apna Punjabi (2006)
  • Hindi TV (Actor) : Kyaa Hoga Nimmo Kaa (2006)
  • Bollywood (Director) : Rustom (1982)
  • Bollywood (Producer) : Karan (1994)


Political Party – Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)

Political Journey

  • Campaigned for the Congress with Zail Singh and Sanjay Gandhi for the mid-term Lok Sabha election in 1979.
  • Joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in January 1998.
  • Member of the Rajya Sabha for BJP from 2003 to 2009.

Honors, Awards

Wrestling :

Won Professional Indian Wrestling Championship in 1953

Won Commonwealth Wrestling Championship by defeating Canadian Champion “George Godianko” in 1959

Rustam-e-Punjab in 1966

Won World Wrestling Championship by defeating “Lou Thesz” of America in 1968

Rustam-e-Hind in 1978

Acting :

Best Actor Award for the film ‘Jagga’ (1964) by the Government of India which was presented by the Indira Gandhi.









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