• Harminder Kaur is the wife of The Great Khali, a professional wrestler and WWE champion.
• Her net worth is assumed to be around $16 million due to her husband's wealth.
• She was born in Delhi, India, and holds Indian nationality and practices Hinduism.
• She studied English and Spanish at the University of Delhi, and MA in Spanish at University of Alcala, Madrid.
• She is known for her performance in the film "Kambdi Kalaai". Her husband, The Great Khali, is a professional wrestler and has also appeared in films and TV series.

Who is Harminder Kaur?

Harminder Kaur was born on 12 January 1971 under the zodiac sign of Capricorn, in Delhi, India. She’s a 50-year-old former actress, but is probably best recognized for being the wife of The Great Khali, a professional wrestler and WWE champion.

How rich is she, as of now? Harminder Kaur Net Worth

As of early 2022, Harminder Kaur’s net worth is unknown, since she hasn’t worked steadily for some years,  however, it s assumed that she also enjoys the wealth of her famous husband, The Great Khali, whose fortune is estimated at over $16 million.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background, Career

Harminder Kaur spent her early years in a small village near the banks of the Yamuna river in Delhi, where she was raised by her father, Rajinder Pal Singh, and her mother, Charanjit Kaur; however, their professions are unknown.

It is also unknown whether she has siblings or is an only child. She holds Indian nationality and belongs to a Punjabi ethnic group. She practices Hinduism.

Regarding her education, Harminder studied at the University of Delhi, from which she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in English. She also earned a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish from the same university in 1993. She then moved to Spain to further her education at the University of Alcala, Madrid, from which she graduated with a Master of Arts degree in 1998. Speaking about her career, she is known for her performance in the romantic family drama film “Kambdi Kalaai”, which was released in 2006, written and directed by Ish Amitoj Kaur.

Since then, she has lived away from the spotlight.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Harminder Kaur has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 1ins (1.55m), while her weight is around 115lbs (52kgs). Information about her vital statistics, bra, dress and shoe size isn’t available.

Personal Life

Harminder Kaur and The Great Khali exchanged their wedding vows at a private ceremony held on 27 February 2002. They have one child, Harminder giving birth to their daughter named Alveeen Rana on 26 February 2014. The family divides their time between India and the United States – her husband became a naturalized US citizen in February 2014.

Who is her husband? The Great Khali Short Wiki/Bio

Dalip Singh Rana, better known professionally as The Great Khali, was born on 27 August 1972 under the zodiac sign of Virgo, in Dhiraina, Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh, India. He was raised with his six siblings in a Punjabi Hindu Rajput family, by his father Jwala Ram and mother Tandi Devi. Since his family was poor, he had to do various odd jobs to earn enough money for them. He was diagnosed with acromegaly, that affects gigantism and chin protrusion. While he was serving as a security guard, he was spotted by a police officer who previously helped several Punjab Police employees to become international sportspersons.

He joined them in 1993, and spent some time serving as an Assistant Sub-Inspector. At the time, he started training in local gyms to become a professional wrestler, and was soon chosen to complete specialized wrestling training in the US.

Professional Wrestling Career

Dalip’s professional career officially began when he made his debut as a member of All Pro Wrestling (APW) in 2000, using the ring name Giant Singh. The following year, he relocated to San Francisco, California to sign a contract with World Championship Wrestling (WCW). He competed there for eight months until WCW was purchased by World Wrestling Federation (WWE).

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Thereafter, he transferred to Japan, and signed a contract with New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) for which he competed from 2001 to 2002. He then spent several years wrestling for the Japanese promotion All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW), as well as for the Mexican promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL).

World Wrestling Entertainment

Dalip signed with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in January 2006, becoming the first Indian professional wrestler to achieve that. He was assigned to their developmental federation, called Deep South Wrestling, and made his in-ring debut on WWE television in “SmackDown!” under the ring name The Great Khali.

After a number of matches with such opponents as The Undertaker, Dave Bautista, and John Cena, he eventually won his first WWE World Heavyweight Champion Title after defeating Batista and Kane in a triple threat match in July 2007, however, he lost his title two months later. Thereafter, he continued to wrestle but didn’t achieve any major success. After his contract expired in 2014, he left WWE, and the following year established his own wrestling school, called Continental Wrestling Entertainment, in Punjab, India. In February 2016, he won the CWE World Heavyweight Championship.

Since 2017, he has made several sporadic appearances for WWE. Most recently, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2021.

TV and Film Appearances

Apart from being a professional wrestler, The Great Khali has tried himself as an actor. He made his debut feature film appearance in 2005, when he appeared as Turley in the sports comedy film “The Longest Yard”, directed by Peter Segal, and featuring Adam Sandler, Chris Rock and James Cromwell. It was a huge commercial success, grossing over $190 million on a $90 million budget.

He then landed the role of Dalip in another Segal project, the 2008 action spy comedy film “Get Smart”, which was also a box office hit.

In 2010, he starred in such roles as Tug Phelps in the action comedy film “MacGruber”, Ramakrishna in the Indian sports comedy film “Kushti”, and Vali in the Indian fantasy action-adventure film “Ramaa: The Saviour”. He then competed in and finished as the runner-up in the fourth season of the Indian reality show “Bigg Boss” (2010-2011), followed by his guest appearances as Fantasy Rajiv in an episode of the NBC sitcom “Outsourced” (2011), and Atog the Giant in an episode of the Disney XD sitcom “Pair Of Kings” (2012). His most recent role was his portrayal of Bolo in the 2012 Franco-Belgian comedy film “Houba! On The Trail Of The Marsupilami”.

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