Dharmendra Biography, Height, Age, Wife, Children, Family, & More

Dharmendra, originally named Dharam Singh Deol, was born on 8th December 1935 in Sahnewal, a quaint village in India. He is renowned as a versatile Indian actor, accomplished producer, and esteemed politician. Regarded as the “Action-King” and “He-Man” of Bollywood, Dharmendra has left an indelible mark on the Indian film industry. You can discover the entire Dharmendra biography within this article.

Dharmendra Biography

Throughout his illustrious career spanning over six decades, Dharmendra has delivered remarkable performances in a wide array of films, including critically acclaimed masterpieces like “Anupama,” “Satyakam,” and “Bandhani.” His filmography boasts an impressive repertoire of over 300 movies, solidifying his position as one of the most successful and prolific actors in the history of Hindi cinema.

Dharmendra Picture
Dharmendra Picture

Personal Information

Real Name Dharam Singh Deol
Nickname AKA Dharam, Garam Dharam, He-Man of Bollywood
DOB (Date of Birth) 8 December 1935
Age 87 Years
Birthplace Village: Nasrali, Tehsil: Khanna, District: Ludhiana, State: Punjab, India
Zodiac sign Sagittarius
Nationality Indian
Hometown Sahnewal, Ludhiana, Punjab, India
Religion Hinduism

Education/Qualifications

School Government Senior Secondary School, Lalton Kalan, Ludhiana, Punjab
College/  University Intermediate R.G. (Ramgarhia) College Phagwara, Punjab
Qualification 12th standard

Physical Stats

Height

Feet & Inches 5’ 8”
Meter 1.73 m
Centimeters 173 cm
Weight N/A
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Black (Dyed)
Body Measurements N/A

Family Information

Father Name Kewal Kishan Singh Deol
Mother Name Satwant Kaur
Sibling Brother- Ajit Singh Deol Sister- None
Marital Status Married
Wife First Wife- Parkash Kaur Second Wife-  Hema Malini
Children Sons- Sunny Deol,  Bobby Deol Daughters- Vijeeta Deol and Ajeeta Deol  Esha Deol and Ahana Deol (from 2nd wife)
Affairs
Girlfriend Hema Malini, Meena Kumari

Profession

Profession Film Actor, Producer and Former Politician
Net Worth $70 million

Favorites

Color Black, White
Food Steamed Modak, Biryani
Actors/Actress Suraiya, Nutan,  Guru Dutt, Dilip Kumar
Singer(s) Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar
Hobbies Cycling, Travelling, Watching Films
Destination Europe
Movie Dillagi (1949)
Dharmendra Young Age Picture
Dharmendra Young Age Picture
Dharmendra Family Pic
Dharmendra Family Pic
Dharmendra First Wife(Prakash Kaur)
Dharmendra First Wife (Prakash Kaur)
Dharmendra with his Second Wife (Hema Malini)
Dharmendra with his Second Wife (Hema Malini)
Dharmendra with his Daughters (Esha Deol)
Dharmendra with his Daughters (Esha Deol)
Dharmendra with his Son's
Dharmendra with his Son’s
Dharmendra with his Father & Mother
Dharmendra with his Father & Mother
Dharmendra Brother (Ajit Singh Deol)
Dharmendra Brother (Ajit Singh Deol)

Family

His father, Kishan Singh Deol, was the headmaster of a school in Lalton village of Ludhiana. He has a brother named Ajit Singh Deol.

Education

Dharmendra’s educational journey began in the humble village of Sahnewal, where he spent his formative years. He pursued his high school education at Government Senior Secondary School in Lalton Kalan, Ludhiana, Punjab. It was during this period that Dharmendra laid the foundation for his academic pursuits and honed his skills.

Age/ Weighs

Dharam Singh Deol was born on 8 December 1935 in Nasrali, a village in Ludhiana district, Punjab in a Jutt Sikh family. Now he is 87 years old. The brown-eyed actor is around 5’ 8” tall and weighs around 75 kg.

First Marriage Second Marriage & Children

In 1954, at the young age of 19, Dharmendra entered into marriage with Prakash Kaur. This union marked the beginning of a new chapter in his personal life. Together, they were blessed with two sons named Sunny Deol (Ajay Singh Deol) and Bobby Deol (Vijay Singh Deol), as well as two daughters named Vijeeta Deol and Ajeeta Deol. Their family grew, and their bond as a unit remained strong throughout the years.

During the 1960s, Dharmendra’s career in the film industry was on the rise, and he was linked romantically with the renowned actress Meena Kumari. It was speculated that Meena Kumari played a pivotal role in Dharmendra’s ascent to the status of an A-list actor in Bollywood. Their alleged relationship added to the intrigue and fascination surrounding Dharmendra’s personal life during that era.

In 1980, when his first wife, Prakash Kaur refused to divorce him, Dharmendra converted to Islam and got married to Hema Malini. The couple has two daughters, Esha Deol, and Ahana Deol.

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 Career

Dharmendra’s journey in the world of cinema began in 1960 with his debut film “Dil Bhi Tera, Hum Bhi Tere,” directed by Arjun Hingorani. His talent and potential were quickly recognized, and he was honored with the prestigious Filmfare Magazine New Talent Award. Determined to pursue his dreams further, Dharmendra made his way to Mumbai, the hub of the Indian film industry, with the hope of securing more acting opportunities.

In 1961, Dharmendra appeared in the film “Boy Friend” in a supporting role, which marked another stepping stone in his career. His charming persona and on-screen presence soon caught the attention of filmmakers, and he found himself playing romantic leads in various films between 1960 and 1967. During this period, he had the privilege of working alongside acclaimed actress Nutan in films such as “Surat and Seerat” (1962), “Bandini” (1963), “Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya” (1966), and “Dulhan Ek Raat Ki” (1967). Additionally, he starred in films like “Anpadh” (1962) and others, showcasing his versatility as an actor.

Awards List

  • Dharmendra was bestowed with Padma Bhushan in 2012.
  • Dharmendra won the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 1997 for his contribution to Indian Cinema.
  • In 1991, Dharmendra was awarded the National Film Award for “Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment” for film, Ghayal (Producer).
  • In 2007, he received IIFA Lifetime Achievement Award.

.Net Worth

Dharmendra, the renowned Indian actor, producer, and politician, has amassed a significant net worth estimated to be around $70 million.

Filmography List

Complete list of movies by Actor Dharmendra, including First Movie, Latest movies information details Below the table.

1970–1979

  • Tum Haseen Main Jawaan (1970) as Sunil
  • Soldier Thakur Daler Singh (1970)
  • Sharafat (1970) as Rajesh
  • Seeta Aur Geeta (1972) as Raka
  • Samadhi (1972) as Lakhan Singh/Jaswant Singh/Ajay (Double role)
  • Rakhwala (1971) as Deepak
  • Raja Jani (1972) as Rajkumar Singh ‘Raja’
  • Naya Zamana (1971) as Anoop
  • Mera Naam Joker (1970) as Mahendra Singh
  • Mera Gaon Mera Desh (1971) as Ajit
  • Man Ki Aankhen (1970) as Rajesh Agarwal
  • Lalkar (1972) as Major Ram Kapoor
  • Kankan De Ole (1970) as Banta Singh, Punjabi language film
  • Kab? Kyoon? Aur Kahan? (1970) as C. I. D. Inspector Anand
  • Jeevitha Samaram (1971) Malayalam film
  • Jeevan Mrityu (1970) as Ashok Tandon / Vikram Singh
  • Ishq Par Zor Nahin (1970) as Ram
  • Guddi (1971) as Himself (Special appearance)
  • And other

1960–1969

  • Aap Ki Parchhaiyan (1964) as Chandramohan Chopra ‘Channi’
  • Anpadh (1962) as Deepak M. Nath
  • Ayee Milan Ki Bela (1964) as Ranjit
  • Bandini (1963) as Dr. Devendra
  • Begaana (1963) as Prakash
  • Boy Friend (1961) as Inspector Sunil Singh
  • Dil Bhi Tera Hum Bhi Tere (1960) as Ashok
  • Ganga Ki Lahren (1964) as Ashok
  • Haqeeqat (1964) as Captain Bahadur Singh’
  • Main Bhi Ladki Hoon (1964) as Ram
  • Mera Qasoor Kya Hai (1964)
  • Neela Aakash (1965) as Aakash
  • Pooja Ke Phool (1964) as Balraj
  • Purnima (1965) as Prakash
  • Shaadi (1962) as Ramesh R. Malhotra
  • Shola Aur Shabnam (1961) as Bunnu
  • Soorat Aur Seerat (1962)
  • And other

1980–1989

  • Aas Paas (1981) as Arun Choudhury
  • Alibaba Aur 40 Chor (1980) as Alibaba
  • Baghavat (1982) as Amar Singh
  • Chunaoti (1980) as Shakti Singh (Special appearance)
  • Do Dishayen (1982)
  • Ghazab (1982) as Ajay Singh ‘Munna’ / Vijay Singh (Double Role)
  • Insaaf Ka Tarazu (1980) as Soldier (Guest appearance)
  • Katilon Ke Kaatil (1981) as Ajit / Badshah
  • Krodhi (1981) as Vikramjit Singh (Vicky) / Acharya Shradhanand
  • Main Intequam Loonga (1982) as Kumar Agnihotri ‘Bitto’
  • Naseeb (1981) as Himself in a Song (Special appearance)
  • Professor Pyarelal (1981) as Ram / Professor Pyarelal
  • Ram Balram (1980) as Ram
  • Samraat (1982) as Ram
  • Teesri Aankh (1982) as Ashok
  • The Burning Train (1980) as Ashok Singh
  • And other

2010–2019

  • Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se (2018) as Jaywant Parmar
  • Yamla Pagla Deewana (2011) as Dharam Singh Dhillon
  • Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 (2013) as Dharam Singh Dhillon
  • Tell Me O Kkhuda (2011) as Tony Costello
  • Singh Saab the Great (2013) as Cameo in song ‘Daru Band Kal Se’
  • Second Hand Husband (2015) as Ajit Singh
  • Jora 10 Numbaria (2017) as Jagga Baba
  • Dusman Ke Khoon Paani Ha (2014)
  • Double Di Trouble (2014) as Ajit / Manjit (Double role)

1990–1999

  • Zulm Ki Hukumat (1992) as Pitamber Kohli
  • Waqt Ka Badshah (1992)
  • Virodhi (1992) as Inspector Shekhar
  • Veeru Dada (1990) as Veeru Dada
  • Vardi (1990) as Havaldar Bhagwan Singh (Special appearance)
  • Trinetra (1991) as Raja (Special appearance)
  • Tahalka (1992) as Ex-Major Dharam Singh
  • Qurbani Jatt Di (1990)
  • Pyar Ka Karz (1990)
  • Paap Ki Aandhi (1991) as Dharma / Mangal (Double Role)
  • Naakabandi (1990) as Veer “Veera” Singh
  • Mast Kalandar (1991)
  • Kohraam (1991) as Arjun
  • Khule-Aam (1992) as Shiva
  • Kal Ki Awaz (1992)
  • Humse Na Takrana (1990)
  • Humlaa (1992) as Bhawani
  • Farishtay (1991) as Veeru
  • Dushman Devta (1991) as Shiva
  • Agnee Morcha (1993)
  • And other

2000–2009

  • Zakhmi Sherni (2001)
  • The Revenge: Geeta Mera Naam (2000) as Baba Thakur
  • Sultaan (2000) as Sultan Singh (Extended special appearance)
  • Shiva Ka Insaaf (2003) as Shiva
  • Saugandh Geeta Ki (2001)
  • Reshma aur Sultan (2002)
  • Meri Jung Ka Elaan (2000) as Ajit Singh
  • Kaali Ki Saugandh (2000) as Sultan Singh
  • Jallad No. 1 (2000) as Shankar
  • Jagira (2001)
  • Border Kashmir (2002)
  • Bhooka Sher (2001) as Ranbir Singh
  • Bhai Thakur (film) (2000)
  • And other

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