Profession: Actor, Politician
Brothers of Raj Babbar
Kishan Babbar, Vinod Babbar
Father of Raj Babbar
Kushal Kumar Babbar
Mother of Raj Babbar
Sisters of Raj Babbar
Anju Babbar + 3 more
Wife/Spouse of Raj Babbar
Nadira Babbar (1975-present)
Smita Patil (2nd wife)
Affairs/Girlfriends of Raj Babbar
Favourite Actor(s) of Raj Babbar
Dilip Kumar, Dara Singh
Favourite Actress of Raj Babbar
Controversies of Raj Babbar
In 2013, he attracted a controversy by saying that a common man can get a full meal in ?12.
In July 2013, he again attracted a controversy by comparing Narendra Modi to Adolf Hitler.
Information about Raj Babbar
After giving hits-after-hits, he earned the title of Low-Budget-Amitabh.
He has worked in more than 200 Bollywood films including some Punjabi films.
When he asked his parents for his second marriage with Smita Patil, they gave him the option to either opt Smita or the house and he opted Smita.
Raj Babbar was the first choice to play the role of Shashi Kapoor in the film Namak Halaal, however, due to some reasons, the role went to Shashi Kapoor.
After attending the National School of Drama in New Delhi, he moved to Mumbai to pursue his acting aspirations. where he started his film career with Reena Roy.
Does Raj Babbar drink alcohol?: Not Known
His film Agneekaal was based on the true stories of Gujarat.
In the 1996 Lok Sabha elections, he contested against Atal Bihari Vajpayee from the Lucknow constituency.
Does Raj Babbar smoke?: Not Known
He rose to the fame after his portrayal of a rapist in the film- Insaaf Ka Taraazu.
In 1986, when Smita Patil died, Raj Babbar returned to his first wife, Nadira.
He has been very close to the Samajwadi Party Supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav who gave him a ticket for the Rajya Sabha for the first time in 1994.
He was born into a Hindi family in Tundla, a small town in Uttar Pradesh.
The role that Amitabh Bachchan played in the Blockbuster film Shakti (1982), was initially offered to Raj Babbar; however, later on, the role went to Amitabh Bachchan.