Karmveer Choudhary

Karmveer Choudhary sometimes referred as Karamveer Chaudhary (born 24 July 1963, Jhunjhunu District) is an Indian actor and motivational speaker, best known for his works in Hindi cinema and Indian television.[1]

Karmveer Choudhary
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Born (1963-07-24) 24 July 1963 (age 56)
Alma materDayanand college Ajmer, M.COM
  • Actor
  • motivational speaker
Years active2005-present
Known forBadho Bahu, Dangal
Spouse(s)Bhawna choudhary (m. 1987)
ChildrenRitu Choudhary Ankit Choudhary
Parent(s)Laxmi Devi(mother)
Bhagwan Singh (father)
AwardsBest Villain 2014 Jaipur International Film Festival

Early life and CareerEdit

He started his career with Rajasthani Cinema (regional cinema), where he has appeared in more than 20 films as the villain. He came into prominence after being cast in the 2016 movie Sultan, where he acted as a government sports officer.[2] He also played Aamir Khan's father in Dangal.[3] Choudhary appeared on the television show Badho Bahu as Kailash Singh Ahlawat (Lucky's Tau Ji) aired on & TV during 2016-18.[4] Prior to his acting career, he stood for election as a Samajwadi Party candidate in 2003 from Mavli constituency in Udaipur.[5] He appeared on the television show Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi as Khatri (Main Villain), aired on Sony TV (India) during 2016 - 17 and Kya Qusoor Hai Amala Ka? as Hemraj, aired on Star Plus (2017). He also appeared in Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, with Katrina Kaif (2011). He was awarded for Best Villain at the Jaipur Film Festival in 2014. He has also done TV Commercials for Kurkure in 2009, Symphony cooler in 2013, Pepsi in 2015 and IDFC Bank in 2016. He played a strong character as Pandit Ji in Waarrior Savitri (2016). He played the main villain in Gauraiya (2015).[6][7]



Year Serial Name Character Channel Notes
2020 Paper Minister Rawat Ullu App Webseries
2019 Andekhi Kandpal Webseries
2019 Patiala Babes Sardar Singh Chautala Sony TV
2017 Kya Kasoor Hai Amla Ka Hemraj Star Plus
2016-2018 Badho Bahu Kailash Singh Ahlawat & TV
2016-2017 Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi Khatri Sony TV
2015-2016 Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya Father Zing (TV channel)
2015 Code Red Negative Colors
2013-2016 Crime Patrol Negative Sony TV
2013-2015 CID Negative Sony TV
2013 Shaitaan Kapoor Sahab Colors
2013 Aashiyana Khurana DD National
2012-2017 Savdhaan India Negative Life Ok
2012-2015 Adaalat Negative Sony TV
2012-2013 Aamna Samna Pratap singh Colors
2012 Adrishya Officer Epic (TV channel)
2012 Balika Vadhu Shambhu Singh Colors
2012 26 12 Motiwala Life Ok
2010-2011 Zindagi Ka Har Rang...Gulaal Sarpanch Star Plus


Year Film Character Language Notes
2020 Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 Mukhya Hindi
2019 Panipat (film) King Suraj Mal Hindi
2019 Yeh Hai India Dashrath singh Hindi
2018 Beti - Meri Beti Mera Abhiman Short film
2017 Karz - The Story Of A Daughter Short film
2016 Dangal Aamir Khan's Father Hindi
2016 Sultan Govt. Sports Officer Hindi
2016 Waarrior Savitri Pandit Ji Hindi
2015 Gauraiya Dhanua
2014 Mothers Day - Sharman Joshi Speaks The Truth Short film
2013 Dangal Gauvardhan Rajasthani
2013 Kahani Ek Devi Ki Babu Ram
2013 Nirankush Mukhtar Bhai Don
2011 Mere Brother Ki Dulhan Hariyanvi Girl's Father Hindi
2011 Hum Tum Shabana Gangster Hindi
2009 Biro Bhat Bharan Ne Aayo Hardev Singh Rajasthani
2009 Maa Bhatiyani Sa Ro Rati Jaago Thakur Rajasthani
2008 Odh Li Chunariya Thakur Rajasthani

Upcoming moviesEdit

  • Saat Kadam as Prakash Agrawal
  • Bhagwan Ke Liye Mujhe Chhod Do as Don
  • Mumbai Tiger as Home Minister
  • Guns Of Gujarat as D G P

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "dangal Hindi". www.patrika.com (in Hindi). Retrieved 21 August 2017.
  2. ^ "सलमान खान को ओलम्पिक में भेजेगा शेखावाटी का लाल ! Patrika Hindi". www.patrika.com (in Hindi). Retrieved 21 August 2017.
  3. ^ "KARMVEER CHOUDHARY "I Have Acted As Aamir Khan's Father In DANGAL"- – BOLLYWOOD DUNIYA's Latest Videos, Songs, Profiles, Pics & News". Retrieved 21 August 2017.[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ "Badho bahu star cast talks about their favourite co-star on set! Free Press Journal". www.freepressjournal.in. Retrieved 21 August 2017.
  5. ^ "Reel politician who failed in real life elections". The Times of India. 25 November 2013. Retrieved 21 August 2017.
  6. ^ "Karmveer Choudhary making proud Rajasthan". Rajasthan Patrika. 27 March 2017.
  7. ^ "Karmveer Choudhary:I shifted base to Mumbai because I lost all my money in elections". The Times of India. Retrieved 28 April 2018.

External linksEdit

Karmveer Choudhary on IMDb