Bholu Pahalwan | Rustam e Zaman | Full History & Biography in Urdu-Hindi | بھولو پہلوان


Greetings dear friends, our today’s video are related to Pakistan’s notable wrestler our today’s video are related to Pakistan’s notable wrestler (Bholu Pahalwan) who won the title of Rustam e Pakistan and vicegerent of THE GREAT GAMA WRESTLER. Before I start the video, I want to express my deepest gratitude towards all my subscribers and viewers I want to express my deepest gratitude towards all my subscribers and viewers who are playing a vital role in helping me grow my channel. who are playing a vital role in helping me grow my channel. who are playing a vital role in helping me grow my channel. Do watch our video till last and don’t forget to share your valuable feedback with us. Do watch our video till last and don’t forget to share your valuable feedback with us. Subscribe Urdu Pages Wrestling has always been a famous sport in sub-continent Indo-Pak. Wrestling has always been a famous sport in sub-continent Indo-Pak. However, in today’s modern world where everything seems to be automatic, there’s apparently no space left for this sport. Wrestling has been confined to few places in Indo-Pak. Wrestling has been confined to few places in Indo-Pak. There was a time when wrestlers like Imam Baksh (Rustam e Hind) and the Great Gama (Rustam e Zama) were considered to be champions of this particular sport. and the Great Gama (Rustam e Zama) were considered to be champions of this particular sport. After that period, this art was preserved and continued by following generations with great love and respect. and continued by following generations with great love and respect. In that era, Bhoolu wrestler had a profound impact and is worth mentioning here. In that era, Bhoolu wrestler had a profound impact and is worth mentioning here. Bhoolu wrester was the son of Imam Baksh (Rustam e Hind) and nephew of the great Gama (Rustam e Zama). and nephew of the great Gama (Rustam e Zama). Bhoolu wrestler was 6 feet 1 inches tall and weighed around 120 kg. His real name was Haji Manzoor Ahmed. Bholu Pehalwan or Haji Manzoor Ahmed was born on January 24th, 1922 in the city India called Amritsar. was born on January 24th, 1922 in the city India called Amritsar. The art of wrestling was given to him in heirship. When he turned 9, he went to visit his uncle’s during summer vacations. When he turned 9, he went to visit his uncle’s during summer vacations. Hameeda wrestler was known as Rustam e Hind at that point in time and an official wrestler of a Muslim ruler of that era Jalal ud Din. and an official wrestler of a Muslim ruler of that era Jalal ud Din. He got the training under the supervision of his dad and maternal uncle. He got the training under the supervision of his dad and maternal uncle. He started off his career at the age of 13. From 1935 to 1940, He defeated many of his peers who were of his age which includes notable names such as Mangal Singh, Kharak Singh, Boora Singh and Aleem Wrestler. such as Mangal Singh, Kharak Singh, Boora Singh and Aleem Wrestler such as Mangal Singh, Kharak Singh, Boora Singh and Aleem Wrestler In 1947, After the inception of Pakistan, he shifted to Lahore permanently. After the inception of Pakistan, he shifted to Lahore permanently. In 1948 before Pakistan Championship, he increased the amount time for his training from 2 hours to 10 hours in a day. he increased the amount time for his training from 2 hours to 10 hours in a day. He used to do the rigorous exercises for continuous 19 hours out of 24 hours. He used to do the rigorous exercises for continuous 19 hours out of 24 hours. It entailed 5000 squats and 3500 push-ups in his daily physical exertion. It entailed 5000 squats and 3500 push-ups in his daily physical exertion. It entailed 5000 squats and 3500 push-ups in his daily physical exertion. His hard work paid off in 1949 and he defeated Younus Wrestler (who belonged to Gujranwala) in an eight minute short fight and won the title of Rustam E Pakistan. in an eight minute short fight and won the title of Rustam E Pakistan. in an eight minute short fight and won the title of Rustam E Pakistan. In the history of Pakistan, bhool was the first ever wrestler to have won this title. In the history of Pakistan, bhool was the first ever wrestler to have won this title. From that point on, the crown of traditional wrestling had belonged to bhoolu wrestler. the crown of traditional wrestling had belonged to bhoolu wrestler. After the demise of Gama Wrestler, wrestlers from all around the globe were given the challenge of a fight. wrestlers from all around the globe were given the challenge of a fight. However, whosoever accepted the challenge; they were instructed that first they had to defeat his other five brothers in order to fight with bhoolu wrestler. they were instructed that first they had to defeat his other five brothers in order to fight with bhoolu wrestler. Yet, no wrestler of the world had got the opportunity to come face to face. Yet, no wrestler of the world had got the opportunity to come face to face. After defeating foreign players in India he challenged the undefeated world champion (Lou Thesz) of that era he challenged the undefeated world champion (Lou Thesz) of that era and India’s Dhara Singh at the world championship of 1953, but none accepted the challenge. In fact, he even requested for the world championship to that time PM of Pakistan Mr. M. Ali Bogra. In fact, he even requested for the world championship to that time PM of Pakistan Mr. M. Ali Bogra. In fact, he even requested for the world championship to that time PM of Pakistan Mr. M. Ali Bogra. In fact, he even requested for the world championship to that time PM of Pakistan Mr. M. Ali Bogra. Even though, Bholu offered 0.1 million for the world championship. Even though, Bholu offered 0.1 million for the world championship. He advertised in the various newspapers for the conduction of world championship. He advertised in the various newspapers for the conduction of world championship. He advertised in the various newspapers for the conduction of world championship. But none of the international wrestlers accepted the challenge. Bhoolu was given the pride of performance award in the year 1962. While making him the vicegerent, he was given the gold armor in December, 1963. While making him the vicegerent, he was given the gold armor in December, 1963. While making him the vicegerent, he was given the gold armor in December, 1963. While making him the vicegerent, he was given the gold armor in December, 1963. He offered the pilgrimage to Mecca in 1963. Pakistan Wrestling Association had given him the title of Rustam e Zama in 1964. Pakistan Wrestling Association had given him the title of Rustam e Zama in 1964. Pakistan Wrestling Association had given him the title of Rustam e Zama in 1964. It was mandatory to win world championship in order to clench the title of Rustam e Zama. It was mandatory to win world championship in order to clench the title of Rustam e Zama. while, None of the international wrestler was ready to face him, while, None of the international wrestler was ready to face him, while the reason was never found. In the year 1967, he announced the winning prize of 5000 pounds. Whoever gets to defeat him will ultimately get the prize money. Eventually in May 1967, he qualified for the heavy weight championship which was sponsored by the eastern promotion private limited. he qualified for the heavy weight championship which was sponsored by the eastern promotion private limited. he qualified for the heavy weight championship which was sponsored by the eastern promotion private limited. He was contested with heavy weight champion of that time Angelo French ( Henry Perry). He was contested with heavy weight champion of that time Angelo French ( Henry Perry). He was contested with heavy weight champion of that time Angelo French ( Henry Perry). In the wrestling match between of them, bhoolu defeated Angelo French. In the wrestling match between of them, bhoolu defeated Angelo French. On his arrival from London, wrester bhoolu (Rustam e Zama) was crowned in Karachi in 10 December, 1967. was crowned in Karachi in 10 December, 1967. He was given the prize money of 0.2 million (which is now equal to 10 million)by the president of that time Gen. Ayub Khan. He was given the prize money of 0.2 million (which is now equal to 10 million)by the president of that time Gen. Ayub Khan. He was given the prize money of 0.2 million (which is now equal to 10 million)by the president of that time Gen. Ayub Khan. He was given the prize money of 0.2 million (which is now equal to 10 million)by the president of that time Gen. Ayub Khan. In fact, he was also given a piece of land which constituted of 605 square yard. In fact, he was also given a piece of land which constituted of 605 square yard. He owned two rings, one was in Lahore near bilal ganjj and the other one was in Karachi which was famously known as Dar ul Sehat. In karachi’s ring he used to train his trainees. It was said his trainees were near to 55000. It was said his trainees were near to 55000. It was said his trainees were near to 55000. Bhoolu was continued to be considered as very impeccable and undefeated. Bhoolu was continued to be considered as very impeccable and undefeated. None of the wrestlers was unable to defeat him. Eventually, after being diagnosed from diabetes and the failure of his lungs Eventually, after being diagnosed from diabetes and the failure of his lungs became the primary reason of his leg loss. Bhoolu who was the great wrestler of Pakistan made his country proud by showcasing his uncanny talent and equally being unbeaten for many years. Bhoolu who was the great wrestler of Pakistan made his country proud by showcasing his uncanny talent and equally being unbeaten for many years. Bhoolu who was the great wrestler of Pakistan made his country proud by showcasing his uncanny talent and equally being unbeaten for many years. Bhoolu who was the great wrestler of Pakistan made his country proud by showcasing his uncanny talent and equally being unbeaten for many years. Bhoolu who was the great wrestler of Pakistan made his country proud by showcasing his uncanny talent and equally being unbeaten for many years. Finally, he died at the age of 63 in year 3rd June 1985. Finally, he died at the age of 63 in year 3rd June 1985. He was buried in the bilal ganjj ring, Lahore. He was buried in the bilal ganjj ring, Lahore. Viewers, this was our today’s video. I hope you must have liked it. Express your love by hitting the like button and writing your valuable comments. Express your love by hitting the like button and writing your valuable comments. Don’t forget to subscribe our channel. Take care of your loved ones and yourself. We’ll see you with another amazing video. Good bye.

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