Chandu Champion

Chandu Champion

Chandu Champion

Chandu Champion is a 2024 Indian Hindi-language historical games show movie composed and coordinated by Kabir Khan and created by Sajid Nadiadwala, under Nadiadwala Grandson Diversion. It stars Kartik Aaryan as India’s most memorable Paralympics gold Medallist Murlikant Petkar .

Head photography occurred from July 2023 to January 2024 with recording held in London, Wai and Jammu and Kashmir. Chandu Champion was delivered on 14 June 2024

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2017: A matured Murlikant Petkar shows up at a neighborhood police headquarters, saying that he needs to document a protest against the Leader of India for not being granted the Arjuna Grant for his accomplishments. He adds that him winning the honor would help in the advancement of his town. At the point when examined by an official concerning his qualification, he describes his momentous excursion:

1952: Murlikant experiences childhood in a little town called Peth Islampur in Maharashtra. Early on, he fosters the aspiration to win an Olympic gold award for India, for which he is taunted and ridiculed by his schoolmates and furthermore reproved by his dad.

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Occasions lead him to take off from home and enlist in the Indian Armed force Corps of EME, where he is chosen and prepared as a fighter. He is chosen to address India in boxing at the Global Administrations Sports Meet 1964 in Tokyo, where he gets along nicely, however loses in the last round since he is occupied and not zeroed sufficiently in. Frustrated at his losing inspite of his true capacity, his mentor Tiger Ali will not prepare him further.

1965: From there on their unit is associated with the Indo-Pakistani conflict of 1965, in which their camp goes under air assault. He is harmed harshly, with a shot harming his spine, delivering him a paraplegic. He is owned up to a hospital for war injured, where, discouraged at his condition and that he can always lose an Olympic Gold, he has abandoned life and endeavors to end it all.

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1972: A couple of days after the fact, his old mentor Tiger Ali visits him in the hospital, and moves him to contend in the Paralympics. He prepares hard and fits the bill for the 1972 Summer Paralympics in the 50 m free-form swimming occasion. While he is there, the Palestinian fear monger assault on Olympics happens, because of which the Paralympics is moved to an alternate scene at Heidelberg. At the new scene, he is fruitful in advancing through the various warms and eventually wins the Gold Decoration, establishing another Worldwide best. When news arrives at his town, he turns into a big name and is invited back by the locals with incredible flourish.

2017: Nonetheless, his accomplishments are failed to remember throughout the long term. The police controller is intrigued by his story yet at the same time dubious about its realness. He contacts a columnist to compose an article about him. After perusing the article as well as accepting Petkar’s application for the Arjuna Grant, he is visited by a senior government official, who lets him know that the Arjuna Grant is too little an honor for his accomplishments, and the public authority has rather chosen to grant him the Padma Shri.

2018: On 20 March, he received the Padma Shri from the President of India

Cast – “Chandu Champion”

  • Kartik Aaryan as Murlikant Petkar alias Chandu Champion
    • Ayan Khan Sroha as young Murlikant
  • Vijay Raaz as Tiger Ali, Murli’s mentor
  • Bhuvan Arora as Garnail Singh
  • Yashpal Sharma as Uttam Singh
  • Rajpal Yadav as Topaz, hospital wardboy later Murli’s friend
  • Aniruddh Dave as Jagannath Rajaram Petkar
  • Shreyas Talpade as Inspector Sachin Kamble, who got impressed by Murlikant’s inspiring story of success
  • Ganesh Yadav as Ganpat Bhau
  • Bhagyashri Borse as Nayantara (special appearance)[8]
  • Sonali Kulkarni as a journalist, who writes the article about Murlikant Petkar
  • Hemant Choudhary as Brigadier at Secunderabad
  • Brijendra Kala as a thief at police station
  • Adonis Kapsalis as Carlos Pedroza
  • Hemangi Kavi as Murlikant’s mother

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Kabir Khan previously declared the film in July 2022. The movie was formally declared with a movement banner on 4 July 2023 by Sajid Nadiadwala, to be coordinated by Kabir Khan and featuring Kartik Aaryan


Kartik Aaryan was decided to play the lead, in his second joint effort with maker Sajid Nadiadwala after Satyaprem Ki Katha (2023). Aaryan went through a huge actual change for the job, diminishing his muscle to fat ratio from a wonderful 39% to a thin 7% over a range of just 14 months.


Head photography started on 12 July 2023 with a Muhurta puja held in London, where the principal plan was likewise completed.The second timetable started on 24 September 2023 in Kashmir. The group likewise shot the film at Wai town in Maharashtra. Shooting wrapped following eight months on 31 January 2024.[18] A difficult brief single shot war succession was taken shots at Aru Valley in Jammu at an elevation of 9000 feet above ocean level


The music for the film is made by Pritam, while verses are composed by Amitabh Bhattacharya, IP Singh and Kausar Munir. The primary single named “Satyanaas” was delivered on 24 May 2024. The subsequent single “Tu Hai Champion” was delivered on 30 May 2024. The third single named “Sarphira” was delivered on 8 June 2024.

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Track listing
No. Title Lyrics Singer(s) Length
1. “Satyanaas” Amitabh Bhattacharya Arijit Singh, Nakash Aziz, Dev Negi 3:25
2. “Tu Hai Champion” IP Singh Arijit Singh, Amit Mishra 3:36
3. “Sarphira” Kausar Munir Sreerama Chandra 3:25
4. “Jamoore” Amitabh Bhattacharya Mame Khan, Kailash Waghmare 3:53
5. “Na Door Hai Na Paas Hai” Kausar Munir Darshan Raval 4:07
6. “Jeet Ka Geet” Kausar Munir Shaan 4:20
7. “Sarphira” (Climax Version) Kausar Munir Mohammed Irfan 7:58
Total length: 30:45


The film’s trailer was delivered on 8 May 2024 at Chief Roop Singh Arena in Aaryan’s old neighborhood Gwalior. Aaryan advanced the film at the party unscripted TV drama Dance Deewane. An extraordinary screening of the film was held for the Indian Armed force officials on 5 June 2024 in Delhi where Petkar was congratulated. The launch of the film’s development booking was reported at the Burj Khalifa on 8 June 2024


The film was theatrically released on 14 June 2024.


Box Office

” Chandu Champion ” Collected ₹37.12 Cr in just 6 day in all over india Chandu Champion shows significant growth, surpassing ₹20 crore in collections by its third day in India.

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