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Charan Singh Pathik Age, Wife, Children, Family, Biography & More


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Bio/Wiki
Real NameCharan Singh Pathik
ProfessionWriter
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 178 cm
in meters- 1.78 m
in feet inches- 5’ 10”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 80 kg
in pounds- 175 lbs
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Personal Life
Date of Birth15 March 1964
Age (as in 2018) 54 Years
BirthplaceNadoti Tehsil of Karauli district, Rajasthan
Zodiac sign/Sun signPisces
NationalityIndian
HometownNadoti Tehsil of Karauli district, Rajasthan
Educational QualificationBachelors of Arts
DebutFilm (Writer): Patakha (2018)
Charan Singh's Debut Film as an Writer
ReligionHinduism
EthnicityGurjar
HobbiesPlaying Cricket, Writing, Reading, Poetry
Girls, Affairs, and More
Marital StatusMarried
Family
Wife/SpouseName Not Known
ChildrenSon(s)- Chandra Prakash
Charan Singh With His Elder Son
Daughter- Not Known
ParentsNames Not Known
SiblingsBrother- 4 (Names Not Known)
Sister- None
Favourite Things
Favourite FilmPyaasa, Kaagaz Ke Phool, Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam
Favourite Magazine(s)Sarika, Kadambini,
Dharrmayug, Filmy Kaliya, Weekly Hindustan

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Charan Singh Pathik

  • He completed his primary education from his village, Nadoti, Karauli, Rajasthan. Then, he went to Hindaun and Bhawani Mandi, in Rajasthan to undergo further studies.
  • After completing his studies, he took teacher’s training to become a teacher.
  • In an interview, he revealed that he has a huge family and has around 150 to 200 family members. To our surprise, he further told that all of them live together in the same area.
  • He was a very ambitious child who had thousands of dreams and aspirations and wanted to become something great in his life but fate did not do him justice as he was disabled by the rural area from where he comes. He revealed in an interview that he wanted to become a cricketer but could not. He wanted to play in the Ranji Trophy.
  • He used to read magazines like Filmy Kaliya, Kadambini, Sarika, etc and used to think that after completing his BA, he would try his luck in the film industry. He applied in FTII, Pune and in National School of Drama as well but his form in both the institutes got cancelled because he was in the final year of his college and was not a graduate then.
  • On being pressurized by his parents, he joined the teacher’s training course, as his parents did not consider the film industry a good profession.
  • Once, he got ill and was on the bed rest for some days when he wrote a story, ‘Gauri Babu Ke Sapne,’ which he later sent it to Weekly Hindustan (a weekly magazine), but the story failed to get published.
  • He then started with a daily newspaper of Rajasthan. He used to write stories, articles, and poems for the newspapers.

    Charan Singh Recieting One of his Stories

    Charan Singh Reciting One of his Stories

  • When he got his first posting in Pratapgarh Rajasthan, he started applying for the magazines like Madhuri, Kadambini, Navjyoti, and many more. He told in an interview that after 20 days, they would send his poems and articles back to him with an advice to apply somewhere else. This happened for a long time.
  • After some time his first story was published in Rajasthan Magazine and from there started the progression of his stories.
  • In 1998, he got famous because of his story “Bakhad” which won ‘Navjyoti Katha Samman.” After that people used to wait for his new stories to get published.
  • He wrote three books, “Baat Yeh Nahi Thi (2005),” “Pipal Ke Phool (2010),” and “Goru ka Laptop Aur Gorkee Ki Bhains (2014),” comprising 10 stories in each.
  • In 2012, Director Vishal Bhardwaj was in Jaipur for the ‘Jaipur Literature Festival’, Charan Singh went to meet him. Vishal was surrounded by media but when Charan Singh introduced himself to Vishal, he immediately stopped the conference as he had read Charan’s stories already. They talked for hours and he promised Charan, that one day he would definitely work with him.

    Charan Singh With Vishal Bhardwaj

    Charan Singh With Vishal Bhardwaj

  • On 15 March 2017, Vishal Bhardwaj booked a flight for Charan Singh to Mumbai and together they drafted the storyline for the film, Patakha after making some minor changes in the original script written by Charan Singh.

    Sanya Malhotra & Radhika Madan during the shoot of the film

    Sanya Malhotra & Radhika Madan during the shoot of the film

  • In 2018, when the shooting of the film ‘Patakha’ started starring Sanya Malhotra and Radhika Madan in the lead role and Vijay Raaz as their father, Charan revealed that 12 years ago from now, he wrote the story of two fighting sisters and named it “Two Sisters.”

  • His another story, “Kasai” was chosen to be made into a film.
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