Raja Chaudhary

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Raja Chaudhary
Raja Chaudhary at an event in Andheri (cropped).jpg
Born (1975-07-23) 23 July 1975 (age 38)
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Bhojpuri Actor and Producer, Reality TV Star
Spouse(s) Shweta Tiwari
(1998−2007)
Website
www.rajachaudhary.co.in

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

Career[edit]

Chaudhary played a villain in the Bhojpuri film Saiyyan Hamar Hindustani opposite Shweta Tiwari. He has also acted in the television serials Your Honour, Daddy Samjha Karo, Chandramukhi and Aane Wala Pal. He was featured in a TV serial called Black (loosely based on Hollywood Omen) on 9X Channel, directed by Sunil Agnihotri.

Bigg Boss[edit]

Chaudhary was one of the housemates in the second season of the reality TV programme Bigg Boss. He was nominated for eviction a record five times and was saved on each occasion by his followers. He eventually finished second to contestant Ashutosh Kaushik because of what the media has labeled a sympathy vote.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Chaudhary hails from Uttar Pradesh. He married Shweta Tiwari in the year 1998 and they have a daughter named Palak.[2] The couple featured together in season 2 of the reality dance show Nach Baliye. They separated in 2007 after 9 years of marriage. He divorced her on October 10, 2012.[3][4]

On 20 November 2010, he was arrested by the police for beating his girlfriend, Shraddha Sharma, at his Oshiwara residence.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2012 Daal Mein kuch Kaala Hai -
2013 Meridian Lines Rajiv

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