Sangram Singh

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Sangram Singh
Born Sanjit Kumar[1][2]
21 July 1985
Rohtak, Haryana, India[3]
Residence Mumbai
Nationality Indian
Occupation Sportsman Wrestler/Actor

Sanjeet Kumar, better known by his fight name Sangram Singh, is a wrestler from India.[1][2] He has also appeared in a number of reality television shows, such as Survivor India and Sach Ka Saamna.[2] Sangram was finalist of season seven of Bigg Boss in 2013.


Sangram Singh started his career as a sportsperson with Delhi Police in 1999. He was born as premature child, at an early age he got paralysis and was in a wheel chair for 8 years. Later his will power and efforts have made him a great wrestler today. His eagerness in Wrestling took him around the world, but he was let go from Delhi Police due to him not getting timely permission for a Wrestling trip to Italy in 2007.[4] He was awarded the World's Best Professional Wrestler by World Wrestling Professionals, South Africa in 2012 for his style, stamina and nature of wrestling.

Personal life[edit]

Sangram Singh (Sanjeet Kumar) is from Rohtak, Haryana. His parents are Umed Singh and Ramodevi. He has a brother and a sister. Born in a humble family in the village of Madina Sangram fought arthiritis and got up from wheelchair to become a wrestler representing India. Apart from his brief stint in Delhi Police he has done couple of Reality shows for Indian Television. Sangram is currently in relationship with Actress Payal Rohatgi.[5] The Couple got engaged on 27 February 2014 at a ceremony in Ahmedabad at Payal's hometown.[6] He is a life member of International Film And Television Club of Asian Academy of Film & Television.


Show Channel Role
Survivor India Star Plus Himself
100% De Dhana Dhan Colors Himself
Sacch Ka Saamna Star PLUS Himself
Big Toss India TV Himself
Raaz Pichhle Janam Ka NDTV Imagine Himself
Welcome – Baazi Mehmaan Nawazi Ki Life OK Himself
Bigg Boss 7 Colors Himself
Hum Ne Li Hai... Shapath Life OK Himself



2014 Yuva [7] Sports Coach


Year competition Location Category Place/Medal
2003 49th Senior Men Greco Roman Style National Wrestling Championship Ranchi 120 kg Second / Silver [8]
2005 World Senior Wrestling Championship Budapest (Hungary) 96 kg Participated [9]
2006 Johnie Reitz Big-5 Wrestling Competition (Open Championship) Johannesburg (South Africa) 96 kg Gold medal [10][11]
2007 All India Open Wrestling Competition Delhi 110 kg Gold / First [12]


Year Award Award By About the Award
2012 World's Best Wrestler of 2012 [13][14] WWP [15] WWP is a Professional Wrestling Federation in South Africa. Sangram was selected for the award from the 118 Wrestlers in WWP.
2010 Rajiv Gandhi Rashtriya Ekta Samman AINUC [16] All India national Unity Conference (AINUC) is an organizing conducting conferences, seminars and symposia to stress the need of unity and integrity. The Award is presented for achievements in various areas of life.
2010 Crown Award Young Men's Association of India [17] Young Men's Association of India is an NGO headed by president Amit Swami who is a promoter of bodybuilding in India. The honour is presented for Sangram's achievements in wrestling.


Sangram Singh with his girlfriend were caught in a sting operation by Cobrapost and CNN/IBN, which was broadcast on television showing him openly asking for black money.[18][19][20]

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  1. ^ a b Sharma, Garima (11 November 2013). "In pics: Did you know this startling fact about ‘Mr. India’ and Bigg Boss-7 participant Sangram Singh?". Daily Bhaskar. Retrieved 11 November 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c Sharma, Garima (12 November 2011). "Sangram Singh in Sach Ka Saamna". Times of India. Retrieved 16 July 2013. 
  3. ^ Sangram Singh is a World Class Wrestler from India | Sangram Singh
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  5. ^ "Want to settle down with Sangram: Payal Rohatgi - The Times of India". The Times Of India. 
  6. ^ "Sangram Singh brought stability in my life, says Payal Rohatgi". IANS. Retrieved 2 March 2014. 
  7. ^ "". 
  8. ^ :: Wrestling Federation Of India ::
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  10. ^ "Around the City". The Hindu (Chennai, India). 24 August 2006. 
  11. ^ Delhi Police constable wins gold in wrestling - Monsters and Critics
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  13. ^ Sangram Singh Awarded World’s Best Wrestler of 2012 | WWP – World Wrestling Professionals
  14. ^ "Sangram Singh : World's best professional wrestler - The Times of India". The Times Of India. 
  15. ^ WWP Superstars | WWP – World Wrestling Professionals
  16. ^ Ainuc ::
  17. ^ The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Haryana Plus
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