Bollywood has always loved its chocolate heroes. The sweet, cute boy next door stereotype is something they never tire of. Back in the day, however, there was one actor who was not only considered a chocolate hero but also made a mark as an intense actor. Yes, we are talking about none other than 90’s hottie Chandrachur Singh. ChandrachurSingh has worked in many memorable films like Maachis, Tere Mere Sapne, Josh and so on. The 1996 Filmfare Award winner for Best Debut for Maachis, then gradually disappeared from the scene as new stars came into the picture. A few years ago, he was seen hosting a few food-based shows on television.
Now, we hear, he has made his singing debut with song, "Rangreeza" in the film Yadvi-The dignified Princess; accompanying him is the Pawani Panday, "Laila Main Laila" song fame. He is playing a character of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala. One of the wealthiest and most famous Maharajas of India, who was the first to own an airplane in India, the king is known of his many contributions to the history of India. The film now is set to release in Manhattan, New York and Beverly Hills, California. The film, directed by New York Based Actress, Jyoti Singh was based on a script based on a real life story/Screenplay by Gauri Singh, her sister.
Chandrachur is a trained classical singer and his passion is singing. Notably, before being casted for Tere Mere Sapne, an Amitabh Bachchan production, he was teaching music in Doon school, Dehra Dun. Will this be a good comeback for Chandrachur? It remains to be seen.