Dalip Singh Rana (born 27 August 1972), better known by his ring name The Great Khali, is a professional wrestler, actor, and powerlifter. He is currently working for WWE. He debuted alongside Daivari and had alliances with Ranjin Singh and Jinder Mahal. However he spent most of his career as a singles superstar and in 2007 he became the World Heavyweight Champion. Discovered by Bodybuilding Guru, Dr. Randhir Hastir,
Hira Lal, born in 1977, a professional bodybuilder from Kapurthala, Punjab, won the Mr Universe title at the 65th World Body Building Championship, Mumbai. He won Gold Medal for India after 23 years. In 1988 it was Prem Chand Degra, who made India proud. A product of Dr. Randhir Hastir, drew inspiration from Mr.
Prem Chand Degra comes from the village of Babri Nangal, Gurdaspur district in Punjab. Born on December 1st, 1955, he started his bodybuilding journey from Punjab and North India Championships in Jalandhar in 1980 when he won the tittle in his very first competition. From Punjab Police he joined TISCO in 1984 after winning his
Suhas Khamkar (born August 9, 1980) is a professional bodybuilder. A native of Kolhapur region, Suhas comes from a family of fitness experts and bodybuilders. Suhas’s inspiration for body building can be traced back to his home town Kolhapur where he grew up watching many wrestlers and body builders. However in the year 1997 at the age
Legendary India Bodybuilding In India is popular since its inspection there were many fantastic legends like (1) Brigadier Dr. V.P. Dhand winner of Bhartshree (Mr. India 2 times) represented India at Mr. Universe contest at Bagdad. (2) Flt Sgt. Malakar R.N. winner of Mr. India 1969 and many time Mr. Services, a product of communication center training
Former Mr. Universe who has just turned 100 said that happiness and a life without tensions are the keys to his longevity. Manohar Aich, who is 4 foot 11 inches tall, overcame many hurdles, including grinding poverty and a stint in prison, to achieve body building glory. Rippling his muscles and flashing a toothless grin,
Monotosh Roy Born 1917 in Gajaria in Dacca districtof India. Died June 29th 2005. Roy started exercising at 12 and entered his first competition in 1939. In 1942 he won the East Indian Bodybuilding Championship and in 1947 won the All India competition. He was an early pupil of B.C. Ghosh In 1951 he won the Mr.