8 Things You Didn’t Know About Surendra Pal Singh

Surendra Pal Singh is a veteran Indian film and television actor who works in Hindi films and TV series. He has worked in many Indian films and television serials for which he got immense love and appreciation from his fans and viewers. The actor has appeared in many popular movies including Mahabharat, Chanakya Tamraj Kilvish, and many more. He is basically from India and he took the start of his career in 1981 when he appeared in a debut movie named “Shama”. Afterward, he never looked back and put his constant efforts to accomplish his career goals. He has done more than 40 movies in his career. Surendra Pal Singh

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Surendra Pal Singh

1- He has worked in multi-lingual language films

Surendra Pal Singh made appearances in Bollywood, Malayalam, Tamil, films, and TV serials as well for which he got huge applause.

2- His film debuts

In 1981, he made a Hindi film debut “Shama”. In 1995, he made an appearance in a Malayalam movie named “Prayikkara Pappan”. In 1996, he made a Tamil film debut “Mr. Romeo”.

3- His Hindi TV debut

Apart from films, he has worked in many Indian television serials but he made his television debut with a serial named “Mahabharat” in 1988.

4- His Political Career

Surendra Pal Singh also made his political career as he joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and spend years of his life.

5- His Personal Life

In 1996, Surendra Pal Singh wedded Barkha Sharma Singh, but when things didn’t go well, the couple then parted their ways.

6- His children

Surendra Pal Singh has three children from his wife Barkha Sharma Singh and their son “Shivam Singh” is a television anchor.

7- He loves music

The actor loves listening to music in his leisure time and mostly he listens to Rajasthani folk music.

8- Worked alongside Ashok Kumar

In 1984, Surendra Pal Singh worked alongside the veteran late actor Ashok Kumar in his second film named “Grahasti”.

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