Sushant Singh (born on 9 March 1972) is an Indian television character actor, television actor, author and presenter known for his works predominantly in Savdhan India and Hindi cinema. He made his film debut in 1998 with Ram Gopal Varma's Satya. He rose to stardom with the 2000 film Jungle, and received rave reviews for portraying slain bandit, Durgaa Narayan Chaudhary. He then went on to star in period dramas such as Ambedkar and The Legend of Bhagat Singh, and established himself in Bollywood. He has also starred in a few Telugu films. Recently, he was hosting the crime show Savdhaan India, aired by Life OK and STAR Utsav. He was the “Honorary Secretary” Of CINTAA (Cine and Television Artists association) till May 2020 as he resigned from the post due to some personal reasons.
Singh at the CINTAA event
|Alma mater||Kirori Mal College|
|Occupation||Film actor, Host, Author,writer|
|Known for||Satya, Josh, Lakshya|
|2000||Jungle||Hindi||Durga Narayan Chaudhary|
|2002||The Legend of Bhagat Singh||Hindi||Sukhdev|
|2003||Darna Mana Hai||Hindi||Serial Killer|
|2003||Samay: When Time Strikes||Hindi||Satya|
|2004||'Kuch to Gadbad Hai||Hindi||Jai B. Khanna|
|2004||Lakshya||Hindi||Capt. Jalal Akbar|
|2006||Family: Ties of Blood||Hindi||Abhir V. Sahi|
|2006||Waris Shah: Ishq Daa Waaris||Punjabi||Inayat|
|2007||Red: The Dark Side||Hindi||ACP Abhay Rastogi|
|2007||Dubai Seenu||Telugu||Jinnah Bhai|
|2007||Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag||Hindi||Tambe|
|2007||Laaga Chunari Mein Daag: Journey of a Woman||Hindi||Ratan Sahay|
|2007||Tsunami 81||Hindi||Rajan Pillai|
|2007||Showbiz||Hindi||Sharad Baldev Singh Rajpoot|
|2008||Hulla||Hindi||Raj Shiv Puri|
|2009||Toss: A Flip of Destiny||Hindi||Two|
|2010||Idiot Box||Hindi||Subhrojeet Chakraborty/Abhrojeet Chakraborty|
|2010||Musaa: The Most Wanted||Hindi||Veerji|
|2010||Knock Out||Hindi||Inspector Vikram|
|2010||Rakhta Charitra I||Hindi/Telugu||Shankar Ravi|
|2010||Rakhta Charitra II||Hindi/Telugu||Shankar Ravi|
|2011||Yeh Saali Zindagi||Hindi||Inspector Satbir|
|2012||Chaar Din Ki Chandni||Hindi||Yashwant Singh|
|2013||Four Two Ka One||Hindi||ACP (Guest Appearance)|
|2014||Hate Story 2||Hindi||Mandar Mhatre|
|2017||Lipstick Under My Burkha||Hindi||Rahim Aslam, Shireen's husband|
|2019||Pailwaan||Kannada||Raja Rana Pratap Singh|
|2001-02||Dhadkan||Sony TV (India)|
|2007–08||Virrudh||Sushant Sharma (Vasudha's Husband)||Sony Entertainment Television|
|2010-11||Zindagi Ka Har Rang...Gulaal||Dushyant||StarPlus|
|2011||Wanted: High Alert||Himself as host|
|2016||Success Stories- Zameen Se Falak Tak||Himself as host|
|2012–present||Savdhaan India @ 11||Himself as host||Life OK|
|2019||Rangbaaz (web series)||ZEE5|
|2019||Yehh Jadu Hai Jinn Ka!||Junaid Khan|
|2018||Namune||Jogi or Joginder Phogat||Sony SAB|
- "I was a total bore in college: Sushant". The Times of India.
- "The Hindu : "The Legend of Bhagat Singh".
- "The Hindu : Full of spark".
- Sushant Singh. "Biography - Sushant Singh".
- shary. "Sushant Singh Profile -Picture -Bio -Body Measurements". Hot Starz.
- ContraVol. "Sushant Singh".
- Riddhi Jain. "Crime not men's monopoly, Sushant Singh on debut book". The Hans India.
- "Sushant Singh: Was apprehensive to turn negative in 'Hate Story 2'". The Indian Express. 3 July 2014.
- indialive, today. "Akshay Kumar 'Baby' Official Trailer Released". Retrieved 4 December 2014.
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