Vindu Dara Singh: News

The winner of ‘Bigg Boss’ season 3, Vindu Dara Singh, is an Indian cinema and television industry actor. The son of Indian wrestler and actor Dara Singh, he started acting in Bollywood movies in 1994 and made a debut with ‘Karan’. In 1996, he debuted in the Punjabi industry with the movie ‘Rab Dian Rakhan’. However, Singh could not get public attention, even after appearing in multiple supporting roles. He was cast as ‘Hanuman’ in the show ‘Jai Veer Hanuman’ (1996), which became the breakthrough role for Singh in the industry. He appeared in many reality shows in the following years, including ‘Master Chef 2’, ‘Nach Baliye’, ‘Comedy Circus’ and many more. In 2009, he emerged as the winner of the third season of ‘Bigg Boss’. In the show, he was called “man with a golden heart” by his housemates. Singh entered the house of ‘Bigg Boss 14’ in 2020 as the connection of Rakhi Sawant.

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