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Military brats are the children and teenagers of active-duty military personnel, often identifying themselves as part of a distinct subculture of military children and teenagers. While "brat" is considered a derogatory term, military brat is still used as a term of endearment by military members within the military culture.

For a list of fictional military brats, see list of fictional military brats.

Notable military bratsEdit

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Indian military bratsEdit

  • Aishwarya Rai, Indian film actor, global icon, daughter of Navy officer; her father retired from Engineering Branch INS Shivaji, Lonavala Mh
  • Aishwarya Sakhuja, Indian television actress
  • Akshay Kumar, film actor, son of an Indian Army officer, the late Hari Om Bhatia[109]
  • Ajay Banga, president and chief executive officer of MasterCard; his father is Lt. General Harbhajan Singh Banga (Retd.), a decorated general of the Indian Army[110]
  • Aman Verma, TV show anchor, actor[111]
  • Amrita Singh, film actress[112]
  • Anushka Sharma, film actress, daughter of Col. Ajay Kumar Sharma[113]
  • Arjun Rampal, Indian actor in Bollywood films; fashion model; his maternal grandfather, Brigadier Gurdayal Singh, served in the army[114]
  • Arnab Goswami, Indian journalist; editor in Chief and news anchor of the Indian news channel Times Now[115]
  • Arun Sarin, former CEO of Britain's Vodafone Group[116]
  • Celina Jaitley, Indian actress, daughter of V K Jaitley, a retired colonel, and Meeta, an Afghan Hindu who was a nurse in the Indian Army;[117] brother also in Indian Army[118]
  • Chitrangada Singh, film actress born to an Army officer father[119]
  • Cyrus Sahukar, MTV India VJ and Bollywood actor; born in MHOW Cantonment, District Indore; his father is Colonel Behram Sahukar[120]
  • Deepak Chopra, doctor, public speaker, and writer on subjects such as spirituality, Ayurveda and mind-body medicine; his father, Krishan Chopra, M.D. (1919–2001) was a prominent Indian cardiologist[121]
  • Dimple Yadav, Indian politician, wife of former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Akhilesh Yadav. Her father was a colonel in the Army.
  • Dipika Kakar Television actress. Known for her lead role in Sasural Simar ka.
  • Dheeraj Sharma, Professor at IIM-Ahmedabad, Author, Columnist, and Motivational Speaker. His father was an officer in Indian army
  • Gauri Khan, Indian movie producer; wife of Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan, with whom she co-founded Red Chillies Entertainment; father is Major Ramesh Chhiba[122]
  • Gul Panag, Indian actress; father is Lt. Gen. H S Panag (Retd), Indian Army[123]
  • Jeev Milkha Singh, first Indian professional golfer to become a member of the European Tour; son of legend Milkha Singh[124]
  • JJ Valaya, Indian fashion designer and couturier; father is Brigadier Jagjit Singh Ahluwalia[125]
  • Jyoti Randhawa, professional golfer; father is Brigadier R S Randhawa in the Indian Army[126]
  • Karan Thapar, Indian television commentator and interviewer; born to General P. N. Thapar and Bimla Thapar
  • Kirron Kher, Indian actress and politician; father is a colonel in the army
  • Lara Dutta, Indian actress, Miss Universe 2000; father is Wing Commander L.K. Dutta in the Indian Air Force[127]
  • M. S. Banga, senior partner at the private equity fund Clayton Dubilier & Rice; brother of Ajay Banga[128]
  • Mayanti Langer, Indian TV sports journalist with ESPN; daughter of Major General Sanjiv Langer, who worked in UN[129]
  • Mita Vashisht, Indian television, film and theatre actress; graduated from National School of Drama, New Delhi; father is Colonel Rajeshwar Dutt Vasisht (Retd)
  • Mohnish Behl, Indian actor working in the Bollywood film industry; father is Cdr. Rajneesh Behl[130]
  • Navneet Kaur Dhillon, Indian model, winner of Pond's 50th edition of Femina Miss World India 2013; the daughter of an army officer; attended her schooling in Army Public School, Ambala[131]
  • Neha Dhupia, Indian actress, daughter of commander Pradip Singh Dhupia, who is in the Indian Navy[132]
  • Nikita Anand, Miss India 2003; father is Brigadier S.S. Anand, a doctor in the Indian Army[133]
  • Nirupama Rao, a 1973 batch Indian Foreign Service officer; Ambassador of India to the United States of America since August 2011; father is Colonel P.V.N. Menon[134]
  • Pooja Batra, Indian actress; father, Ravi Batra, was an army colonel who was wounded in the 1971 war between India and Pakistan
  • Prahlad Kakkar, ad guru, foodie and scuba diving school owner; father was a Major General in the army
  • Preity Zinta, Indian actress; father, Durganand Zinta, was an officer in the Indian Army[135]
  • Priya Gill, Indian actress; father was a paratrooper in the Indian army, Brigadier BS Gill
  • Priyanka Chopra, Indian actress; parents are Dr. Ashok Chopra and Dr. Madhu Chopra; father was a doctor in the Indian Army[136]
  • Rajeev Khandelwal, Indian film actor[137]
  • Rannvijay Singh, Indian actor and VJ[138]
  • Renuka Chowdary, Indian politician; former Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Ministry of Women and Child Development in the Government of India, 2006-2009; father is Wing Commander S N Chowdary[139]
  • Sabeer Bhatia,Indian American entrepreneur; co-founded Hotmail; is father Captain (Hony) Baldev Bhatia[140]
  • Shilpa Sakhlani, television actress, known for her role as Ganga on the soap opera Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi
  • Simi Garewal, Indian film actress. Her father was a retired Brigadier in the Indian Army.
  • Shonali Nagrani, Indian film actress and model; her father was an officer in the Indian Army and was posted at Bengdubi during her childhood[141]
  • Sister Nirmala, succeeded Mother Teresa as Superior General of the Missionaries of Charity in March 1997; father was in the Indian Army[142]
  • Sunny Singh, writer
  • Sushmita Sen, Miss Universe 1994, Indian actress; her father, Wg Cdr Shubeer Sen, is a retired Indian Air Force officer[143]
  • Tarun Tahiliani, Indian fashion designer; father, Admiral Radhakrishna Hariram Tahiliani, served as the Chief of the Naval Staff of the Indian Navy between 1984 and 1987 and as the Governor of Sikkim between 1990 and 1994[144]
  • Vinod Dham, venture capitalist; father served in the Indian Army[145]
  • Vinod Khosla, Indian-born American venture capitalist; influential personality in Silicon Valley[146]
  • Yash Sinha, former High Commissioner of India to UK and presently Central Information Commissioner; father was Lt Gen SK Sinha PVSM, VCOAS and former Governor of Assam and J&K

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