Chandu Champion Cast, Release Date, Trailer and Real Life

Chandu Champion Cast, Release Date, Trailer and Real Life

Kartik Aaryan has started promoting his new movie Chandu Champion by sharing the first look of his character on social media. The poster, featuring him running on a race track, has generated a lot of excitement and buzz in the industry. Fans are eagerly awaiting the trailer release on May 18, 2024, as they shower love and anticipation for the film.

Chandu Champion Cast and Release Date

The actor completely changed his appearance for the role in order to portray his character accurately, as shown on the poster. The image shows him with well-defined abs and a sculpted physique, running on a race track wearing a red langot and covered in mud. The text on the poster states, "The man who refused to surrender,"

Cast and Crew

Directed by Kabir Khan
Producer Sajid Nadiadwala
Production House Kabir Khan Films, Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment, Star Studios
Writer Sumit Arora, Kabir Khan
Cinematography Sudeep Chatterjee
Release Date 14 June 2024
Casting Ranveer Wadhwani

  • Kartik Aaryan as Murlikant Petkar
  • Vijay Raaz
  • Rajpal Naurang Yadav
  • Bhagyashree Patwardhan
  • Adonis Kapsalis
  • Aniruddh Dave
  • Pallak Lalwani
  • Manoj Anand
  • Bhuvan Arora
  • Daniel Eghan
  • Ed Robinson
  • Bharat Mistri
  • Stuart Whelan
  • Mike Kelson
  • Vinita Sharma
  • Lee River
  • Jean Luc Fontaine
  • John Polivka

Chandu Champion is based on India's first Paralympic gold medalist Murlikant Petkar.

In the movie Chandu Champion, Kartik portrays the character of Murlikant Petkar. Murlikant was born on November 1, 1944 in the Peth Islampur region of Sangli, Maharashtra. Murlikant showed exceptional talent in wrestling, athletics, and hockey from a young age. His life took a tragic turn during the 1965 Indo-Pak War at Sialkot Sector where he suffered grave injuries including multiple gunshot wounds and memory loss. He made a remarkable recovery within two years.

Petkar began his career as a jawan in the Corps of Electronics and Mechanical Engineers in the Indian Army. His athletic talents led him to represent the Indian Army in Boxing at the International Services Sports Meet 1964 in Tokyo. In 1968, Petkar participated in table tennis at the Summer Paralympics and won four swimming medals.

In 1972, he began working in TELCO, Pune. At present, he doing service at the post of Senior Assistant in the Public Relations Department.
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