There are many such actors in Bollywood who have not been able to give a film of 100-200 crores like a superstar but have earned a lot of name by becoming a side hero. One of these names is that of Bollywood actor Chandrachud Singh. Chandrachur Singh’s career has been full of ups and downs. Leaving the job of a school teacher, Chandrachud decided to become an actor. Recently, Chandrachud Singh has appeared in the role of a police officer in the film Kathputli with Akshay Kumar. before going to the movies Chandrachur Singh There was a teacher in the school. While working as a teacher, he never thought that he would become an actor.
wanted to become an IAS officer
Chandrachur Singh was born on 11 October 1968 in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. After completing school and college, Chandrachud Singh started teaching music at Vasant Valley School in Delhi. After this, he also taught history to the children in Doon School. Along with teaching the children, Chandrachud Singh was also preparing to become an IAS.
Chandrachud Singh wanted to become an IAS officer before joining films. For this he was also preparing to give UPSC exam. Chandrachud came to Mumbai in 1988. In 1990, he got a film, after half the shooting of which the film was stopped in the middle. After this he did not get any film for 5 years.
Got a break from Amitabh's production house
The birthday of Amitabh Bachchan, who is called the superhero of the century, also falls on October 11. Interestingly, Chandrachud Singh was given the first break by Amitabh's wife actress Jaya Bachchan. Jaya Bachchan called her for the screen test of the film 'Tere Mere Sapne' and she was also selected.
Chandrachur Singh made his debut in the year 1996 with the film 'Tere Mere Sapne'. The film was produced by Amitabh Bachchan's production house. After this he did the film 'Maachis'. He also received the Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for this film. career news View here.
Chandrachud Singh, who came into the limelight with the film Matches, has worked in many superhit films. This includes hit films like Daag: The Fire, Josh and Aamni Atthani Kharkha Rupaiya. His career went down after an accident in 2001. In the year 2012, he returned to the big screen.
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