Archana Puran Singh was born in the 15th century to Kedar Talwar and Sawai Jith maintained the honour of the best man on his father’s death bed. He married Jitu (daughter of King Jehangir). Sawai Jith died leaving Archana as sole heir to his father’s family estate. As he was not satisfied with this turn of events, he arranged to have King Jehangir murdered. He then took over the throne of his father, yet faced many intrigues and reverses throughout his reign. Finally he retired to a nunnery to live out his days.
Archana Puran Singh was then 29 years old when he was made famous by Rajkumar Kohli as Guru Nanak in Hindi movie “Gangs”. This role won him second Golden Globe for best actor in a leading role. In the meanwhile he had gained weight due to excessive bodybuilding and slimming programmes. He was then cast in Hindi film “Aab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani” (The Foxes Are Eating Their Young) where he played the character of an aging, obese, mentally unstable guru who had converted to Islam.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||35 B|
|Waist Size||28 Inches|
|Hips Size||34 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||35-28-34 Inches|
From this point of view it is obvious that he has changed tremendously since his earlier days. However, his public life has been riddled with controversies and scandals. For example, in the Hindi film “Singh sa dam”, his character fought another character played by Aishwarya Rai. Aishwarya Rai, in this film portrayed Archana Puran Singh as a promiscuous womanizer with multiple lovers. In fact, according to records Aishwarya Rai almost divorced Archana after learning that she had seen him having an affair with one of her girls in the film!
After these scandals, most biographers speculate that Archana Puran Singh died of a heart attack, probably while driving to a wedding in Punjab. However, there were some speculations about the exact cause of death. The film director blamed the director and producers but Aishwarya Rai and her mother maintained that it was a natural death. Whatever be the reason, the biographers do not record the death or illness of this immensely popular character. However, based on the information in this article, archana puran Singh sons do have their own individual Wikipedia page!
Finally, let us come to the interesting facts about Aishwarya Rai’s and her mother’s marriage and subsequent dehradun and her murder. On the day of her marriage Archana was supposed to go to a well-to-do school in Chandigarh with her husband but instead visited her old school, Panchganga Dharam. There she met her first non-family member Vasishtikhar Chari, an orphan who became her true friend. Archana’s new teacher instructed her to study and prepare for higher studies so as to become a formidable social and political figure in her town. She thus completed her six-year training at Ruparel College in Shimla, where she earned a degree in journalism.
Today, many people are surprised to find out that Aishwarya’s early days in Chandigarh were depicted in this biographical book about her family. Her association with Vasishtikhar Chari, for instance, had its roots in that school. We also learn about her quick mental change when her family was asked to leave their ancestral home because of the partition movement and how she and her sisters decided to migrate to Delhi to start a new life. All these stories are interwoven together in Aishwarya’s memoirs, which in turn becomes a moving portrait of her life. The introduction of this biography of archana puran Singh husband gives readers a brief background on her early days in Chandigarh, while the last third gives details of her association with her sister Vasishtikhar.