Raja Chaudhary

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Raja Chaudhary
Raja Chaudhary at an event in Andheri (cropped).jpg
Born Raja Chaudhary
(1975-07-23) 23 July 1975 (age 39)
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Bhojpuri Actor and Producer, Reality TV Star
Years active 1997 Onwards
Spouse(s) Shweta Tiwari
(1998−2007)
Website
www.rajachaudhary.co.in

Raja Chaudhary is an Indian television actor from Meerut, India.

Career[edit]

Raja Chaudhary played a villain in the Bhojpuri film Saiyyan Hamar Hindustani opposite Shweta Tiwari. His claim to fame has been reality show Big Boss 2(Indian Adaptation of Famous show "Big Brother") where he was a runner up. He was nominated many times but was always saved because of great fan following. After Big Boss he also participated in another reality show "Zor Ka Jhatka Total Wipe Out".

Raja has also acted in many television serials Your Honour, Daddy Samjha Karo, Chandramukhi , Aane Wala Pal , period Indian Fantasy Series Kahani Chandrakanta Ki and Adaalat . He was featured in a TV serial called Black (loosely based on Hollywood Omen) on 9X Channel, directed by Sunil Agnihotri. He has also worked on Comedy in movie "Dal Mein Kuch Kaala Hai" opposite Veena Mallik (Directed by Anand Balraj). He continues with his contribution to tele world and films as producer and actor.

Personal life[edit]

Chaudhary hails from Uttar Pradesh. He married Shweta Tiwari in the year 1998 and they have a daughter named Palak.[1] The couple featured together in season 2 of the reality dance show Nach Baliye. They separated in 2007 after 9 years of marriage due to non reconcilable issues. He divorced her on 10 October 2012.[2][3] Present he is officially engaged to Shveta Sood (Delhi Based Corporate Professional).

Filmography/Television[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2008 Big Boss season 2 Raja
2011 Zor Ka Jhatka Raja
2011 Black Vikram
2012 Kahani Chandrakanta Ki Tej Singh
2012 Adaalat Suraj Rathod
2012 Daal Mein kuch Kaala Hai Kamaal
2013 Meridian Lines Rajiv

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shweta Tiwari
  2. ^ http:/ /articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-10-13/tv/34414337_1_shweta-tiwari-palak-raja-chaudhary
  3. ^ http://www.apunkachoice.com/content/article/sid100011747-shweta_tiwari_is_finally_divorced_from_raja_chaudhary_plans_a_party_to_celebrate/

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