Chandrachur Singh

Profession: Indian Actor

Brother of Chandrachur Singh

Abhimanyu Singh (Actor)
Aditya Singh

Father of Chandrachur Singh

Baldev Singh (Indian Politician)

Wife/Spouse of Chandrachur Singh

Avantika Kumari

Favourite Film of Chandrachur Singh

Bollywood: Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
Hollywood: Life of Pi

Information about Chandrachur Singh

He made his TV reality show appearance with Royal Rasoi (2012), a lifestyle, travel, and food show that explores recipes patronized by the erstwhile royalty on the TV channel Food Food.  Prior to becoming an actor, Singh was a history and music teacher for one term each at Doon School, New Delhi in 1995.  The year 2012 gave him an opportunity to make a comeback with the multi-starrer film Chaar Din Ki Chandani.  Despite such a fiery start, the career went down the slope because of multiple dislocations of his shoulder joint, which he suffered while water skiing in Goa.  Does Chandrachur Singh smoke: No  As a child, Chandrachur used to participate in some of the cultural activities and festivals in his village, including the traditional enactment of 'Ramayana.'  He had a dream of becoming a civil servant.  Singh's mother was the daughter of the Maharaja of Bolangir (Orissa).  Does Chandrachur Singh drink alcohol: Not Known  His debut film Tere Mere Sapne (1996) earned him the spotlight, followed by the blockbuster Maachis (1996), which helped him bag the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut Award later that year.  He was to play the grandfather of lead actor Ranjit Singh on the 'Maharaja Ranjit Singh (2017),' but was later replaced by Chetan Pandit. 

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