Yograj Singh

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Yograj Singh
Personal information
Born Village Kanech, Ludhiana District, Punjab, India
Batting style Right-handed Batsman(RHB)
Bowling style Right-arm Medium
Career statistics
Competition Tests ODIs
Matches 1 6
Runs scored 10 1
Batting average 5.00 0.50
100s/50s 0/0 0/0
Top score 6 1
Balls bowled 15 40.4
Wickets 1 4
Bowling average 63.00 46.50
5 wickets in innings 0 0
10 wickets in match 0 n/a
Best bowling 1/63 2/44
Catches/stumpings 0/0 0/0
Source: [1], November 23 2005

Yograj Singh About this sound pronunciation  (born 25 March 1958 in Village Kanech, Ludhiana, Punjab, India) is a former Indian cricketer who played one Test and six ODIs for India as a right-arm fast-medium bowler. His debut Test was at Wellington against New Zealand which India lost by 62 runs.[1] After his career was ended by injury, he entered Punjwood, the Punjabi film industry. His son Yuvraj has been a member of the Indian cricket team since 2000. Yograj hails from the village of Kanech, right next to Doraha, in Ludhiana district of Punjab.

Personal life[edit]

Yograj Singh married Shabnam Singh, but later divorced her.[2] Yograj and Shabnam have two sons, Yuvraj and Zoravar Singh. Later he married Satveer Kaur (also known as Meena) and they have two children.

Filmography[edit]

  • Batwara (1983) ... Jarnail
  • Yaar Gareeban Daa (1986)
  • Jatt Tey Zameen (1987) ... Sucha
  • Qurbani Jatt Di (1990) ... Jora
  • Dushmani Di Agg (1990) ... She
  • Anakh Jattan Di (1991) ... Sheroo
  • Jorr Jatt Da (1991) ... Zaildar Zora
  • Badla Jatti Da (1991) ... Jaildar Jang Singh
  • Jagga Daku (1991) ... Jagga Daku
  • Insaaf (1992)
  • Insaaf Ki Devi (1992)
  • Jatt Punjab Daa (1992) ... Balwant
  • Jidd Jattan Di (1992) ... Jawra
  • Lalkara Jatti Da (1993) ... Dulla
  • Sali Adhi Gharwali (1993)
  • Mehndi Sagna Di (1993)
  • Kudi Canada Di (1993)
  • Jatt Sucha Singh Surma (1993)
  • Insaf Punjab Da (1993) ... Dulla/Jangirdar (Double role)
  • Jora Jatt (1994)
  • Kachehri (1994)
  • Vairi (1994)
  • Jigra Jatt Da (1994)
  • Vichhora (1994) ... Deep
  • Lalkare Sheran De (1994) ... Shera
  • Subedar (1995)
  • Kabza (1995) ... Surjit
  • Zakhmi Jagirdar (1995) ... Uday Singh/Shera (Double Role)
  • Nain Preeto De (1995) ... Pratap Singh
  • Vichhoda (1996)
  • Tera Mera Pyar (1996)
  • Mahaul Theek Hai (1998)
  • Sikandera (2001) ... Sheru
  • Shreeman Chanakya (2004)
  • West Is West (2010)
  • Teen Thay Bhai (2011) ... Khetarpal Singh
  • Oye Hoye Pyar Ho Gaya (2013)
  • Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013) 2nd Coach of Milkha Singh
  • Heer and Hero (2013)
  • Romeo Ranjha (2014)
  • goriya nu dafa karo (2014)
  • Harry da viyah ho gya (2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "India vs New Zealand, 3rd Test, 1981". CricInfo. 
  2. ^ "Yuvi’s not meeting Lance: Shabnam". Telegraph. 6 February 2012. Retrieved 9 April 2012. 

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