Rahul Singh is a popular Indian model and actor, born and raised up in Udaipur, India. He is a Thakur with a background of Jagirdari and the son of the popular Hindi poet, Dr Prabha Thakur. However, his mother didn’t find good opportunities in Udaipur so they shifted to Mumbai with his father. He attended Silver Beach High School and he was a complete brat. He do not listen and would want to write love letters instead of studying so his father sent him back to Rajasthan. From there, he studied at Mayo College in Ajmer. When he reached the Class XII, he came back to Mumbai and graduated at St. Xavier’s College where he started writing and working on theatre. During those times, his parents returned to Udaipur. His dad already owned a hotel there while his mom entered politics. Prabha became a Parliament member and the President of the All India Mahila Congress. After graduating college, Rahul went to England and attended the Royal Academy of Arts for 3-years and at the same time, he also works in the British Film Institute (BFI). When he came back, he did some modeling and worked with
where he unexpectedly donned his first ad film with Abhinay Deo.
He got his first acting break when he was cast as Raja Digvijay Singh on Shyam Benegal’s Zubeidaa in 2001. By coincidence, Deo is also directing the drama series, 24 where he was cast as Vikrant Maurya, the husband of Divya (played by
). Deo also cast him in the clack comedy film,
Rahul has done more than 30 films including Yaadein, , Kisna: The Warrior Poet, Mumbai Godfather, Family: Ties of Blood, Kya Love Story Hai, Firaaq,
Well Done Abba
, Jail, Tere Bin Laden, Bheja Fry 2, Chaar Din Ki Chandni, Jal, Rush, Khiladi 786, Jayanta Bhai Ki Luv Story and more.
Aside from the television series 24, he also appeared in
and Taccuino Indiano. He was also known for his portrayal as Brij Bhushan Pandey in the television series, Sapno Ke Bhanwar Mein on Life OK. Besides acting, he wrote the dialogue for the Bollywood films, Kaante by
and Kachchi Sadak by Sanjay D Singh. Rahul also wrote the dialogues for
film under the direction of
and various screenplays under the direction of