Where is Ajit Doval from?

Where is Ajit Doval from?

Pauri Garhwal, India
Ajit Doval/Place of birth

Is Ajit Doval married?

Aruni Doval
Ajit Doval/Spouse

Is there any movie on Ajit Doval?

Paresh shared a few glimpses of his look from the film and the Padma Shri awarded veteran is every bit convincing as the National Security Advisor Ajit Doval. The film, directed by Aditya Dhar, is based on the Uri attack of September 2016.

What is the age of Ajit Doval?

76 years (January 20, 1945)
Ajit Doval/Age

Is Ajit Doval IAS?

Ajit Kumar Doval KC (born 20 January 1945) is the fifth and current National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of India, with the precedence of a Cabinet Minister. He is a retired member of the Indian Police Service.

Who is Govind in Uri in real life?

National Security Advisor Govind Bharadwaj (Paresh Rawal) suggests the idea of a surgical strike. The Prime Minister gives it a go and gives ten days for the strike.

What does the NSA stand for?

National Security Agency
National Security Agency/Full name

Who is real Paresh Rawal?

Paresh Rawal (born 30 May 1955) is an Indian actor, comedian, film producer and politician known for his works notably in Hindi films. He was a member of parliament in the Lok Sabha of the Indian Parliament representing the Ahmedabad East constituency from 2014 to 2019.

Is Bellbottom on Ajit Doval?

In the trailer, the character is described in the trailer as: “Married, sharp memory, first-level state player, cleared UPSC, singing teacher, well versed in Hindi, English, German and French.” The story is based in Ajit Doval who was the National Security Advisor of India.

What did Ajit Doval study?

Doval, was an officer in the Indian Army. He received his early education at the Ajmer Military School in Ajmer, Rajasthan. He graduated with a master’s degree in economics from the Agra University in 1967.

How do you join the NSA?

All people wishing to gain careers in NSA need to at least have graduated from high school, plus have two years of relevant work experience, two years of military service, or two years of post high school education; a college degree in a security-related field is a big boost.