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Dara Singh Randhawa (born November 19, 1928) is a Punjabi wrestler and film actor from Amritsar, Punjab (India) in India.
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'''Dara Singh Randhawa''' ([[November 19]], [[1928]] - [[July 12]], [[2012]]) is a [[Punjabi]] wrestler and film actor from the [[Sikh]] holy city of [[Amritsar]], [[Punjab]] in [[India]].
  
He was a well-known wrestler before he started acting in Hindi films in 1962.
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He was a well-known wrestler before he started acting in [[Hindi]] films in 1962.
  
==Wrestling Carrer==
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* 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 {{w|Hanuman}} in {{w|Ramayana}}.
  
Dara Singh is from India's state of Punjab. Due to his physique  he was encouraged to study Pehlwani, an Indian style of wrestling, in the milked sand wrestling pits of India called akhara. Dara Singh was a favourite in wrestling tournaments in India. In addition to this he wrestled on invitation of the kings of various Indian princely states and wrestled frequently in haats and melas (fairs and carnivals). He also successfully competed against some of the greatest names in wrestling history including Stanislaus Zbyszko, and professional wrestlers in the United States.
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* He was trained in a type of wrestling called Pehlwani and has taken on wrestlers like {{w|Lou Thesz}} and {{w|Stanislaus Zbyszko}}.
  
In May 1994 he was involved in a screwjob against a professional wrestler imitating WWE's Undertaker in a IWF (Indian Wrestling Federation) championship match. The match was fixed between Baljit Singh and The Undertaker at Worli Mumbai's Vallabbhai Patel Stadium and Referee for the match was an IWF official RATAN. Throughout the match The Undertaker dominated over Baljit Singh but as the IWF would be humiliated if a foreigner defeated an Indial on Indian soil,Dara Singh alongwith his brother entered the ring helped Baljit win the match.Baljit was then awarded the IWF championship belt at a ceremony.The belt was sponsored by Hitsu Jewellers Worli Naka
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==Wrestling Career==
  
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Dara Singh is from India's state of [[Punjab]]. Due to his physique he was encouraged to study Pehlwani, an Indian style of wrestling, in the milked sand wrestling pits of India called ''"akhara"''. During the 1940's and 1950's, [[Dara Singh]] was a favourite in wrestling tournaments in [[India]].
  
====Achievements====
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In addition to this he wrestled on invitation of the kings of various Indian princely states and wrestled frequently in haats and melas (fairs and carnivals). He also successfully competed against some of the greatest names in wrestling history including Stanislaus Zbyszko, and professional wrestlers in the United States.
======National Wrestling Alliance======
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In May 1994 he was involved in a typical bit of 'professional' wrestling chicanery, in a match with a wrestler, imitating the WWE's 'Undertaker' (once the reigning champion of the American wrestling scene)  in an IWF (Indian Wrestling Federation) championship match. The match was fixed between Baljit Singh and The Undertaker at Worli Mumbai's Vallabbhai Patel Stadium and the Referee for the match was an IWF official RATAN.
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Throughout the match The Undertaker dominated  Baljit Singh,  but as the IWF would be humiliated if a foreigner defeated an Indian on Indian soil, Dara Singh along-with his brother entered the ring and helped Baljit win the match. Baljit was then awarded the IWF championship belt at a ceremony. The belt was sponsored by Hitsu Jewellers Worli Naka.
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==Achievements==
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===National Wrestling Alliance===
  
 
* Canadian Open Tag Team Champion (1 time) - with Yukon Eric
 
* Canadian Open Tag Team Champion (1 time) - with Yukon Eric
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From an Indian Wrestling Champion to the World Championship, Dara Singh has competed against some of the greatest names in wrestling history including Lou Thesz. He has defeated some of the former world champion wrestlers including the great Stanislaus Zbyszko.
 
From an Indian Wrestling Champion to the World Championship, Dara Singh has competed against some of the greatest names in wrestling history including Lou Thesz. He has defeated some of the former world champion wrestlers including the great Stanislaus Zbyszko.
  
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==Filmography==
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{{p3|File:Dara singh 1.jpg|Dara Singh}}
  
==Filmography==
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Upon his return to India he gained unprecedented popularity by having bouts of wrestling across the country in the 1940s and 50s. He than translated this to celluloid fame by making a large number of B grade films which had him in the lead. One of his noticeable finds was the actress Mumtaz. He then went on to 1980s and 90s T.V fame when he played the role of Hanuman in the television adaptation of the epic Ramayana. The series is amongst the most widely viewed in history. He has acted in over 100 films. His latest movie is a Punjabi movie ''"Dil Apna Punjabi"''.
Upon his return to India he gained unprecedented popularity by having bouts of wrestling across the country in the 1940s and 50s. He than translated this to celluloid fame by making a large number of B grade films which had him in the lead. One of his noticeable finds was the actress Mumtaz. He then went on to 1980s and 90s T.V fame when he played the role of Hanuman in the television adaptation of the epic Ramayana. The series is amongst the most widely viewed in history. He has acted in over 100 films. His latest movie is a Punjabi movie Dil Apna Punjabi
 
  
====As Director====  
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===As Director===
  
 
(1980s) (1970s)
 
(1980s) (1970s)
  
1. Unkhili Muttiar (1983)
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*1. Unkhili Muttiar (1983)
 
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*2. Rustom (1982)
2. Rustom (1982)
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*3. Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978)
 
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*4. Dhyani Bhagat (1978)
3. Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978)
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*5. Sawa Lakh Se Ek Ladaun (1976)
 +
*6. Bhagat Dhanna Jatt (1974)
 +
*7. Mera Desh Mera Dharam (1973)
 +
*8. Nanak Dukhiya Sab Sansar (1970)  
  
4. Dhyani Bhagat (1978)
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===As Producer===
 
 
5. Sawa Lakh Se Ek Ladaun (1976)
 
 
 
6. Bhagat Dhanna Jatt (1974)
 
 
 
7. Mera Desh Mera Dharam (1973)
 
 
 
8. Nanak Dukhiya Sab Sansar (1970)
 
 
 
====As Producer====
 
  
 
(1990s) (1970s)
 
(1990s) (1970s)
  
1. Karan (1994)  
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*1. Karan (1994)
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*2. Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978)  
  
2. Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978)
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===As Actor===
 
 
====As Actor====
 
  
 
(2000s) (1990s) (1980s) (1970s) (1960s) (1950s)
 
(2000s) (1990s) (1980s) (1970s) (1960s) (1950s)
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{|
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*1. "Kya Hoga Nimmo Ka" (2006) TV Series .... Amardeep Sehgal (Dadaji)
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*2. Dil Apna Punjabi (2006) .... Hardam Singh
 +
*3. Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) .... Chaddha uncle
 +
*4. Border Hindustan Ka (2003) .... Jamail Singh
 +
*5. Shararat (2002) .... Mr. Gujral
 +
*6. Farz (2001) .... Tayaji
 +
*7. Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge (2000) .... Sapna's grandfather (guest appearance)
 +
*8. Dillagi (1999)
 +
*9. Zulmi (1999) .... Baba Thakur
 +
*10. Guru Gobind Singh (1998)
 +
*11. Main Maa Punjab Dee (1998)
 +
*12. Qahar (1998) .... Special Guest
 +
*13. Lav Kush (1997) .... Hanuman
 +
*14. Ram Shastra (1995) .... Police Commissioner
 +
*15. Karan (1994)
 +
*16. Bechain (1993)
 +
*17. Anmol (1993) .... Dara Shamsher, Zafar's father
 +
*18. Prem Deewane (1992) .... Loha Singh
 +
*19. Dharam Sankat (1991) .... Dara (the dacoit)
 +
*20. Ajooba (1991) .... Maharaja Karan Singh
 +
*21. Maut Ki Sazaa (1991) .... Pyara Singh
 +
*22. Maula Jatt (1990) .... Maula Jatt
 +
*23. Pratigya (1990) .... Daku Delavar Singh
 +
*24. Sheran De Putt Sher (1990) .... Subedaar
 +
*25. Shehzaade (1989) (uncredited) .... Jailor
 +
*26. Elaan-E-Jung (1989)
 +
*27. Gharana (1989) .... Vijay Singh Pahelwan
 +
*28. "Luv Kush" (1989) TV Series .... Hanuman
 +
*29. Paanch Fauladi (1988) .... Ustadji (Fauladi #1)
 +
*30. Mahaveera (1988) .... Delar Singh
 +
*31. "Mahabharat" (1988) TV Series .... Hanuman
 +
*32. Karma (1986) .... Dharma (Jolly's elder brother)
 +
*33. Bulekha (1986)
 +
*34. Krishna-Krishna (1986) .... Bhagwan Shri Balram
 +
*35. "Ramayan" (1986) TV Series .... Hanuman
 +
*36. Sajna Sath Nibhana (1986) .... Joseph
 +
*37. Mard (1985) .... Raja Azaad Singh
 +
*38. Aan Aur Shaan (1984)
 +
*39. Babul Da Vehra (1983)
 +
*40. Unkhili Muttiar (1983)
 +
*41. Main Intequam Loonga (1982) .... Ajay Kumar
 +
*42. Rustom (1982)
 +
*43. Guru Suleman Chela Pahelwan (1981)
 +
*44. Khel Muqaddar Ka (1981)
 +
*45. Chambal Ki Rani (1979)
 +
*46. Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978) .... Dyanu Bhakt
 +
*47. Dhyani Bhagat (1978)
 +
*48. Nalayak (1978) .... Pahelwan
 +
*49. Sone Ka Dil Lohe Ke Haath (1978) .... Nihalchand
 +
*50. Jai Bolo Chakradhari (1977)
 +
*51. Ram Bharose (1977)
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*52. Giddha (1976) .... Bhalwaan ji
 +
*53. Jai Bajrang Bali (1976)
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*54. Lambhardarni (1976)
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*55. Raakhi Aur Rifle (1976)
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*56. Sawa Lakh Se Ek Ladaun (1976) .... Kartar Singh
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*57. Dharam Karam (1975) .... Ustaad ji
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*58. Dharmatma (1975)
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*59. Warrant (1975) .... Pyaara Singh
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*60. Bhagat Dhanna Jatt (1974) .... Dhanna Jatt
 +
*61. Dukh Bhanjan Tera Naam (1974) .... Daku Daulay Khan
 +
*62. Har Har Mahadev (1974)
 +
*63. Kisan Aur Bhagwan (1974)
 +
*64. Zehreela Insaan (1974)
 +
*65. Hum Sab Chor Hain (1973)
 +
*66. Mera Desh Mera Dharam (1973)
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*67. Aankhon Aankhon Mein (1972) .... Pahelwan
 +
*68. Hari Darshan (1972) .... Bhagwan Shiv
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*69. Lalkaar (1972)
 +
*70. Mele Mitran De (1972)
 +
*71. Sultana Daku (1972)
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*72. Ramu Ustad (1971) .... Ramu
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*73. Tulsi Vivah (1971) .... Bhagwan Shri Shiv
 +
*74. Urr chala Jatayu (udd gaya popat)(1949) .... lead
 +
*75. Choron Ka Chor (1970)
 +
*76. Ilzaam (1970)
 +
*77. Mera Naam Joker (1970) .... Sher Singh
 +
*78. Nanak Dukhiya Sab Sansar (1970) .... Kartar Singh
 +
*79. Apna Khoon Apna Dushman (1969)
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*80. Toofan (1969) .... Badal
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*81. Balram Shri Krishna (1968) .... Balram
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*82. Jung Aur Aman (1968)
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*83. Chand Par Chadayee (1967)
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*84. Do Dushman (1967)
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*85. Daku Mangal Singh (1966)
 +
*86. Jawan Mard (1966)
 +
*87. Thakur Jarnail Singh (1966)
 +
*88. Boxer (1965)
 +
*89. Hum Sab Ustad Hain (1965)
 +
*90. Khakaan (1965)
 +
*91. Lutera (1965)
 +
*92. Mahabharat (1965) .... Bheem
 +
*93. Raaka (1965)
 +
*94. Rustom-E-Hind (1965)
 +
*95. Sher Dil (1965)
 +
*96. Sikandar E Azam (1965) .... Sikander (Alexander)
 +
*97. Tarzan and King Kong (1965) .... Tarzan's opponent
 +
*98. Tarzan Comes to Delhi (1965) .... Tarzan
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*99. Teen Sardar (1965)
 +
*100. Aandhi Aur Toofan (1964)
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*101. Aaya Toofan (1964)
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*102. Badshah (1964)
 +
*103. Dara Singh (1964) .... Dara Singh
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*104. Hercules (1964) .... Hercules
 +
*105. Samson (1964) .... Samson
 +
*106. Veer Bhimsen (1964)
 +
*107. Faulad (1963)
 +
*108. Rustom-E-Baghdad (1963) .... Dara/Rustom-E-Baghdad
 +
*109. King Kong (1962)
 +
*110. Jagga Daku (1959) .... Jagga Daku
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*111. Pehli Jhalak (1955)
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*112. Sangdil (1952)
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1. "Kya Hoga Nimmo Ka" (2006) TV Series .... Amardeep Sehgal (Dadaji)
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===Sound Design===
 
 
2. Dil Apna Punjabi (2006) .... Hardam Singh
 
 
 
3. Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) .... Chaddha uncle
 
 
 
4. Border Hindustan Ka (2003) .... Jamail Singh
 
 
 
5. Shararat (2002) .... Mr. Gujral
 
 
 
6. Farz (2001) .... Tayaji
 
 
 
7. Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge (2000) .... Sapna's grandfather (guest appearance)
 
 
 
8. Dillagi (1999)
 
 
 
9. Zulmi (1999) .... Baba Thakur
 
 
 
10. Guru Gobind Singh (1998)
 
 
 
11. Main Maa Punjab Dee (1998)
 
 
 
12. Qahar (1998) .... Special Guest
 
 
 
13. Lav Kush (1997) .... Hanuman
 
 
 
14. Ram Shastra (1995) .... Police Commissioner
 
 
 
15. Karan (1994)
 
 
 
16. Bechain (1993)
 
 
 
17. Anmol (1993) .... Dara Shamsher, Zafar's father
 
 
 
18. Prem Deewane (1992) .... Loha Singh
 
 
 
19. Dharam Sankat (1991) .... Dara (the dacoit)
 
 
 
20. Ajooba (1991) .... Maharaja Karan Singh
 
 
 
21. Maut Ki Sazaa (1991) .... Pyara Singh
 
 
 
22. Maula Jatt (1990) .... Maula Jatt
 
 
 
23. Pratigya (1990) .... Daku Delavar Singh
 
 
 
24. Sheran De Putt Sher (1990) .... Subedaar
 
 
 
25. Shehzaade (1989) (uncredited) .... Jailor
 
 
 
26. Elaan-E-Jung (1989)
 
 
 
27. Gharana (1989) .... Vijay Singh Pahelwan
 
 
 
28. "Luv Kush" (1989) TV Series .... Hanuman
 
 
 
29. Paanch Fauladi (1988) .... Ustadji (Fauladi #1)
 
 
 
30. Mahaveera (1988) .... Delar Singh
 
 
 
31. "Mahabharat" (1988) TV Series .... Hanuman
 
 
 
32. Karma (1986) .... Dharma (Jolly's elder brother)
 
 
 
33. Bulekha (1986)
 
 
 
34. Krishna-Krishna (1986) .... Bhagwan Shri Balram
 
 
 
35. "Ramayan" (1986) TV Series .... Hanuman
 
 
 
36. Sajna Sath Nibhana (1986) .... Joseph
 
 
 
37. Mard (1985) .... Raja Azaad Singh
 
 
 
38. Aan Aur Shaan (1984)
 
 
 
39. Babul Da Vehra (1983)
 
 
 
40. Unkhili Muttiar (1983)
 
 
 
41. Main Intequam Loonga (1982) .... Ajay Kumar
 
 
 
42. Rustom (1982)
 
 
 
43. Guru Suleman Chela Pahelwan (1981)
 
 
 
44. Khel Muqaddar Ka (1981)
 
 
 
45. Chambal Ki Rani (1979)
 
 
 
46. Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978) .... Dyanu Bhakt
 
 
 
47. Dhyani Bhagat (1978)
 
 
 
48. Nalayak (1978) .... Pahelwan
 
 
 
49. Sone Ka Dil Lohe Ke Haath (1978) .... Nihalchand
 
 
 
50. Jai Bolo Chakradhari (1977)
 
 
 
51. Ram Bharose (1977)
 
 
 
52. Giddha (1976) .... Bhalwaan ji
 
 
 
53. Jai Bajrang Bali (1976)
 
 
 
54. Lambhardarni (1976)
 
 
 
55. Raakhi Aur Rifle (1976)
 
 
 
56. Sawa Lakh Se Ek Ladaun (1976) .... Kartar Singh
 
 
 
57. Dharam Karam (1975) .... Ustaad ji
 
 
 
58. Dharmatma (1975)
 
 
 
59. Warrant (1975) .... Pyaara Singh
 
 
 
60. Bhagat Dhanna Jatt (1974) .... Dhanna Jatt
 
 
 
61. Dukh Bhanjan Tera Naam (1974) .... Daku Daulay Khan
 
 
 
62. Har Har Mahadev (1974)
 
 
 
63. Kisan Aur Bhagwan (1974)
 
 
 
64. Zehreela Insaan (1974)
 
 
 
65. Hum Sab Chor Hain (1973)
 
 
 
66. Mera Desh Mera Dharam (1973)
 
 
 
67. Aankhon Aankhon Mein (1972) .... Pahelwan
 
 
 
68. Hari Darshan (1972) .... Bhagwan Shiv
 
 
 
69. Lalkaar (1972)
 
 
 
70. Mele Mitran De (1972)
 
 
 
71. Sultana Daku (1972)
 
 
 
72. Ramu Ustad (1971) .... Ramu
 
 
 
73. Tulsi Vivah (1971) .... Bhagwan Shri Shiv
 
 
 
75. Urr chala Jatayu (1949) .... lead
 
 
 
75. Choron Ka Chor (1970)
 
 
 
76. Ilzaam (1970)
 
 
 
77. Mera Naam Joker (1970) .... Sher Singh
 
 
 
78. Nanak Dukhiya Sab Sansar (1970) .... Kartar Singh
 
 
 
79. Apna Khoon Apna Dushman (1969)
 
 
 
80. Toofan (1969) .... Badal
 
 
 
81. Balram Shri Krishna (1968) .... Balram
 
 
 
82. Jung Aur Aman (1968)
 
 
 
83. Chand Par Chadayee (1967)
 
 
 
84. Do Dushman (1967)
 
 
 
85. Daku Mangal Singh (1966)
 
 
 
86. Jawan Mard (1966)
 
 
 
87. Thakur Jarnail Singh (1966)
 
 
 
88. Boxer (1965)
 
 
 
89. Hum Sab Ustad Hain (1965)
 
 
 
90. Khakaan (1965)
 
 
 
91. Lutera (1965)
 
 
 
92. Mahabharat (1965) .... Bheem
 
 
 
93. Raaka (1965)
 
 
 
94. Rustom-E-Hind (1965)
 
 
 
95. Sher Dil (1965)
 
 
 
96. Sikandar E Azam (1965) .... Sikander (Alexander)
 
 
 
97. Tarzan and King Kong (1965) .... Tarzan's opponent
 
 
 
98. Tarzan Comes to Delhi (1965) .... Tarzan
 
 
 
99. Teen Sardar (1965)
 
 
 
100. Aandhi Aur Toofan (1964)
 
 
 
101. Aaya Toofan (1964)
 
 
 
102. Badshah (1964)
 
 
 
103. Dara Singh (1964) .... Dara Singh
 
 
 
104. Hercules (1964) .... Hercules
 
 
 
105. Samson (1964) .... Samson
 
 
 
106. Veer Bhimsen (1964)
 
 
 
107. Faulad (1963)
 
  
108. Rustom-E-Baghdad (1963) .... Dara/Rustom-E-Baghdad
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*1. Blue Umbrella (August 10, 2007)
  
109. King Kong (1962)
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===Story Writer===
  
110. Jagga Daku (1959) .... Jagga Daku
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*1. Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978
  
111. Pehli Jhalak (1955)
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==See also==
  
112. Sangdil (1952)
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Latest revision as of 15:16, 19 July 2012

Dara Singh

Dara Singh Randhawa (November 19, 1928 - July 12, 2012) is a Punjabi wrestler and film actor from the Sikh holy city of Amritsar, Punjab in India.

He was a well-known wrestler before he started acting in Hindi films in 1962.

  • 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.

Wrestling Career

Dara Singh is from India's state of Punjab. Due to his physique he was encouraged to study Pehlwani, an Indian style of wrestling, in the milked sand wrestling pits of India called "akhara". During the 1940's and 1950's, Dara Singh was a favourite in wrestling tournaments in India.

In addition to this he wrestled on invitation of the kings of various Indian princely states and wrestled frequently in haats and melas (fairs and carnivals). He also successfully competed against some of the greatest names in wrestling history including Stanislaus Zbyszko, and professional wrestlers in the United States.

In May 1994 he was involved in a typical bit of 'professional' wrestling chicanery, in a match with a wrestler, imitating the WWE's 'Undertaker' (once the reigning champion of the American wrestling scene) in an IWF (Indian Wrestling Federation) championship match. The match was fixed between Baljit Singh and The Undertaker at Worli Mumbai's Vallabbhai Patel Stadium and the Referee for the match was an IWF official RATAN.

Throughout the match The Undertaker dominated Baljit Singh, but as the IWF would be humiliated if a foreigner defeated an Indian on Indian soil, Dara Singh along-with his brother entered the ring and helped Baljit win the match. Baljit was then awarded the IWF championship belt at a ceremony. The belt was sponsored by Hitsu Jewellers Worli Naka.

Achievements

National Wrestling Alliance

  • Canadian Open Tag Team Champion (1 time) - with Yukon Eric

In 1996 he was inducted to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame

From an Indian Wrestling Champion to the World Championship, Dara Singh has competed against some of the greatest names in wrestling history including Lou Thesz. He has defeated some of the former world champion wrestlers including the great Stanislaus Zbyszko.

Filmography

Dara Singh

Upon his return to India he gained unprecedented popularity by having bouts of wrestling across the country in the 1940s and 50s. He than translated this to celluloid fame by making a large number of B grade films which had him in the lead. One of his noticeable finds was the actress Mumtaz. He then went on to 1980s and 90s T.V fame when he played the role of Hanuman in the television adaptation of the epic Ramayana. The series is amongst the most widely viewed in history. He has acted in over 100 films. His latest movie is a Punjabi movie "Dil Apna Punjabi".

As Director

(1980s) (1970s)

  • 1. Unkhili Muttiar (1983)
  • 2. Rustom (1982)
  • 3. Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978)
  • 4. Dhyani Bhagat (1978)
  • 5. Sawa Lakh Se Ek Ladaun (1976)
  • 6. Bhagat Dhanna Jatt (1974)
  • 7. Mera Desh Mera Dharam (1973)
  • 8. Nanak Dukhiya Sab Sansar (1970)

As Producer

(1990s) (1970s)

  • 1. Karan (1994)
  • 2. Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978)

As Actor

(2000s) (1990s) (1980s) (1970s) (1960s) (1950s)

  • 1. "Kya Hoga Nimmo Ka" (2006) TV Series .... Amardeep Sehgal (Dadaji)
  • 2. Dil Apna Punjabi (2006) .... Hardam Singh
  • 3. Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) .... Chaddha uncle
  • 4. Border Hindustan Ka (2003) .... Jamail Singh
  • 5. Shararat (2002) .... Mr. Gujral
  • 6. Farz (2001) .... Tayaji
  • 7. Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge (2000) .... Sapna's grandfather (guest appearance)
  • 8. Dillagi (1999)
  • 9. Zulmi (1999) .... Baba Thakur
  • 10. Guru Gobind Singh (1998)
  • 11. Main Maa Punjab Dee (1998)
  • 12. Qahar (1998) .... Special Guest
  • 13. Lav Kush (1997) .... Hanuman
  • 14. Ram Shastra (1995) .... Police Commissioner
  • 15. Karan (1994)
  • 16. Bechain (1993)
  • 17. Anmol (1993) .... Dara Shamsher, Zafar's father
  • 18. Prem Deewane (1992) .... Loha Singh
  • 19. Dharam Sankat (1991) .... Dara (the dacoit)
  • 20. Ajooba (1991) .... Maharaja Karan Singh
  • 21. Maut Ki Sazaa (1991) .... Pyara Singh
  • 22. Maula Jatt (1990) .... Maula Jatt
  • 23. Pratigya (1990) .... Daku Delavar Singh
  • 24. Sheran De Putt Sher (1990) .... Subedaar
  • 25. Shehzaade (1989) (uncredited) .... Jailor
  • 26. Elaan-E-Jung (1989)
  • 27. Gharana (1989) .... Vijay Singh Pahelwan
  • 28. "Luv Kush" (1989) TV Series .... Hanuman
  • 29. Paanch Fauladi (1988) .... Ustadji (Fauladi #1)
  • 30. Mahaveera (1988) .... Delar Singh
  • 31. "Mahabharat" (1988) TV Series .... Hanuman
  • 32. Karma (1986) .... Dharma (Jolly's elder brother)
  • 33. Bulekha (1986)
  • 34. Krishna-Krishna (1986) .... Bhagwan Shri Balram
  • 35. "Ramayan" (1986) TV Series .... Hanuman
  • 36. Sajna Sath Nibhana (1986) .... Joseph
  • 37. Mard (1985) .... Raja Azaad Singh
  • 38. Aan Aur Shaan (1984)
  • 39. Babul Da Vehra (1983)
  • 40. Unkhili Muttiar (1983)
  • 41. Main Intequam Loonga (1982) .... Ajay Kumar
  • 42. Rustom (1982)
  • 43. Guru Suleman Chela Pahelwan (1981)
  • 44. Khel Muqaddar Ka (1981)
  • 45. Chambal Ki Rani (1979)
  • 46. Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978) .... Dyanu Bhakt
  • 47. Dhyani Bhagat (1978)
  • 48. Nalayak (1978) .... Pahelwan
  • 49. Sone Ka Dil Lohe Ke Haath (1978) .... Nihalchand
  • 50. Jai Bolo Chakradhari (1977)
  • 51. Ram Bharose (1977)
  • 52. Giddha (1976) .... Bhalwaan ji
  • 53. Jai Bajrang Bali (1976)
  • 54. Lambhardarni (1976)
  • 55. Raakhi Aur Rifle (1976)
  • 56. Sawa Lakh Se Ek Ladaun (1976) .... Kartar Singh
  • 57. Dharam Karam (1975) .... Ustaad ji
  • 58. Dharmatma (1975)
  • 59. Warrant (1975) .... Pyaara Singh
  • 60. Bhagat Dhanna Jatt (1974) .... Dhanna Jatt
  • 61. Dukh Bhanjan Tera Naam (1974) .... Daku Daulay Khan
  • 62. Har Har Mahadev (1974)
  • 63. Kisan Aur Bhagwan (1974)
  • 64. Zehreela Insaan (1974)
  • 65. Hum Sab Chor Hain (1973)
  • 66. Mera Desh Mera Dharam (1973)
  • 67. Aankhon Aankhon Mein (1972) .... Pahelwan
  • 68. Hari Darshan (1972) .... Bhagwan Shiv
  • 69. Lalkaar (1972)
  • 70. Mele Mitran De (1972)
  • 71. Sultana Daku (1972)
  • 72. Ramu Ustad (1971) .... Ramu
  • 73. Tulsi Vivah (1971) .... Bhagwan Shri Shiv
  • 74. Urr chala Jatayu (udd gaya popat)(1949) .... lead
  • 75. Choron Ka Chor (1970)
  • 76. Ilzaam (1970)
  • 77. Mera Naam Joker (1970) .... Sher Singh
  • 78. Nanak Dukhiya Sab Sansar (1970) .... Kartar Singh
  • 79. Apna Khoon Apna Dushman (1969)
  • 80. Toofan (1969) .... Badal
  • 81. Balram Shri Krishna (1968) .... Balram
  • 82. Jung Aur Aman (1968)
  • 83. Chand Par Chadayee (1967)
  • 84. Do Dushman (1967)
  • 85. Daku Mangal Singh (1966)
  • 86. Jawan Mard (1966)
  • 87. Thakur Jarnail Singh (1966)
  • 88. Boxer (1965)
  • 89. Hum Sab Ustad Hain (1965)
  • 90. Khakaan (1965)
  • 91. Lutera (1965)
  • 92. Mahabharat (1965) .... Bheem
  • 93. Raaka (1965)
  • 94. Rustom-E-Hind (1965)
  • 95. Sher Dil (1965)
  • 96. Sikandar E Azam (1965) .... Sikander (Alexander)
  • 97. Tarzan and King Kong (1965) .... Tarzan's opponent
  • 98. Tarzan Comes to Delhi (1965) .... Tarzan
  • 99. Teen Sardar (1965)
  • 100. Aandhi Aur Toofan (1964)
  • 101. Aaya Toofan (1964)
  • 102. Badshah (1964)
  • 103. Dara Singh (1964) .... Dara Singh
  • 104. Hercules (1964) .... Hercules
  • 105. Samson (1964) .... Samson
  • 106. Veer Bhimsen (1964)
  • 107. Faulad (1963)
  • 108. Rustom-E-Baghdad (1963) .... Dara/Rustom-E-Baghdad
  • 109. King Kong (1962)
  • 110. Jagga Daku (1959) .... Jagga Daku
  • 111. Pehli Jhalak (1955)
  • 112. Sangdil (1952)

Sound Design

  • 1. Blue Umbrella (August 10, 2007)

Story Writer

  • 1. Bhakti Mein Shakti (1978

See also