Raghubir Yadav

Profession: Actor, Music Composer, Singer


Wife/Spouse of Raghubir Yadav

Poornima Kharga (An employee in NSD - Ex-wife, m.1988 - div.1996)
Poornima Kharga (An employee in NSD - Ex-wife, m.1988 - div.1996)

Affairs/Girlfriends of Raghubir Yadav

Roshni Achreja (Actress)
Roshni Achreja (Actress)

Favourite Actors of Raghubir Yadav

Dilip Kumar, Balraj Sahni
Dilip Kumar, Balraj Sahni

Favourite Film of Raghubir Yadav

The Threshold
The Threshold

Favourite Leader of Raghubir Yadav

Anna Hazare
Anna Hazare

Favourite Politician of Raghubir Yadav

Arvind Kejriwal
Arvind Kejriwal

Favourite TV Show of Raghubir Yadav

Ek Kiran Roshni Ki
Ek Kiran Roshni Ki

Controversies of Raghubir Yadav

On 19 September 2009, the Bandra family court had issued a warrant against Yadav for missing to appear to the court despite summons. He was asked to INR 20,000/month by the lower court, a sum the Bandra family court later   brought down to INR 10,000, but according to his Ex-wife, he wasn't money at all.   In June 2010, Yadav was arrested by the police when he was travelling on a train with his girlfriend. After the arrest, he agreed to alimony to his wife.   On 19 September 2009, the Bandra family court had issued a warrant against Yadav for missing to appear to the court despite summons. He was asked to INR 20,000/month by the lower court, a sum the Bandra family court later   brought down to INR 10,000, but according to his Ex-wife, he wasn't money at all.   In June 2010, Yadav was arrested by the police when he was travelling on a train with his girlfriend. After the arrest, he agreed to alimony to his wife.  

Information about Raghubir Yadav

He is a loyal supporter of 'Aam Aadmi Party' (AAP).  Does Raghubir Yadav smoke?: Not Known  In 2010, he composed and sang the MP tourism ad commercial – 'MP Ajab Hai, Sabse Gajab Hai.'  Eight of his films became India's official entry for the Oscars for the Best Foreign Language Film – Salaam Bombay, Rudaali, Lagaan, 1947 Earth, Bandit Queen, Peepli Live, Water, and Newton.  Does Raghubir Yadav drink alcohol?: Not Known  He got married to Purnima, an NSD employee in 1988 but separated in 1996 after he filed for divorce in Jabalpur, and started living with his Goregaon, Mumbai, based girlfriend Roshni.  In 2010, he composed and sang the MP tourism ad commercial 'MP Ajab Hai, Sabse Gajab Hai.'  He failed in 11th standard after which he ran away from his home and joined a Parsi theatre in 1967, and worked there till 1973.  He developed an interest in acting since his childhood.  Does Raghubir Yadav smoke?: Not Known  If he wasn't an actor, he would have been a farmer.  According to Yadav, his Ex-wife, Poornima Kharga is a Nepalese with no Indian passport. He also said that his wife is a tippler who dances for men at the Press Club.  According to Yadav, his Ex-wife, Poornima Kharga is a Nepalese with no Indian passport. He also said that his wife is a tippler who dances for men at the Press Club.  From 1973-1974, he worked at the Rangoli Puppet Theatre in Lucknow.  In 2001, he became kids' favourite with his enduring character of 'Chacha Chaudhary' in a TV series based on the popular Indian comic book character Chacha Chaudhary.  He got married to Purnima, an NSD employee in 1988 but separated in 1996 after he filed for divorce in Jabalpur, and started living with his Goregaon, Mumbai, based girlfriend Roshni.  Eight of his films became India's official entry for the Oscars for the Best Foreign Language Film Salaam Bombay, Rudaali, Lagaan, 1947 Earth, Bandit Queen, Peepli Live, Water, and Newton.  He is the first Indian actor to receive the prestigious 'Silver Peacock' Best Actor Award at the 1987 International Film Festival of India.  From 1977 to 1986, he worked at the National School of Drama (NSD), New Delhi, where he refined his acting skills to the next level.  Does Raghubir Yadav drink alcohol?: Not Known  He failed in 11th standard after which he ran away from his home and joined a Parsi theatre in 1967, and worked there till 1973.  From 1973-1974, he worked at the Rangoli Puppet Theatre in Lucknow.  He is the first Indian actor to receive the prestigious 'Silver Peacock' Best Actor Award at the 1987 International Film Festival of India.  Yadav was born into a modest family of farmers.  He developed an interest in acting since his childhood.  As an actor, he has done more than 70 plays and 2500 shows.  As an actor, he has done more than 70 plays and 2500 shows.  In 1989, he rose to fame with his titular character in Prakash Jha's cult comedy 'Mungerilal Ke Haseen Sapne', which was aired on Doordarshan TV. 


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