Death Anniversary: Dara Singh, a wrestler who never saw defeat, ruled the film industry also

There will be no one who knows about sports and Bollywood who will not know Dara Singhji. He rules the hearts of the fans with his moves as well as with his acting skill. Today is his death anniversary to tell you about the special achievements of his life.

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The full name of this great actor and wrestler Dara Singh is Dara Singh Randhawa. Dara Singh was born on 19 November 1928 at Adhamukch, a village in Amritsar, where Shrimati Balwant Kaur and Shri Suraj Singh Randhawa were born. Dara Ji was very fond of wrestling since childhood. Dara Singh was married to a girl older than her age without his own will.

Dara Singh became the father of a boy named Pradhyman Randhwa when she was a 17-year-old minor. Dara Singhji had achieved immense success in wrestling in those days, and he married the second girl of his choice, Whose name was Surjeet Kaur. Dara Singh's second wife Surjit Kaur has 3 daughters and 2 sons. B'Day: This actor has got fame as Lover Boy, but not be hits in films

The name of Dara Singh's younger brother was Sardar Singh. Both brothers started wrestlers together. In time, the two brothers gradually moved out of the village's Dangal to take part in the wrestling in the city and brightened up the name of their village. He was a free-style wrestler of his time. In the 1960s, Dara Singh's freestyle wrestling dominated India.

He defeated former world champion George Gardiyanka in 1959 and won the Commonwealth World Championship. Dara Singh wrestled till the age of 55 and never lost in 500 bouts. In his 36-year wrestling career, there was not a single wrestler who was contested by Dara Singhji and did not wash the mat in the ring. In 1968, he defeated American world champion Lou Thesis to become the world champion.

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on July 7, 2012, he suffered a heart attack. He was then admitted to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, but he was brought to his Mumbai residence at 07:30 a.m. and said goodbye to the world. He wrote his autobiography in Punjabi, which was also published in Hindi in 1993. Dara Singhji's contribution will always be remembered by the Indian sports world and the Indian film world.

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