Anupam Kher opens up about his struggle before becoming an actor

Anupam Kher is one of the most loved actors of the tinsel town who has successfully completed his three-and-a half-decade long career doing more than 500 films. Today the actor opened up about his journey and said that it has never been easy to become the most-sought-actors of the country.

While interacting with the media, Anupam disclosed that he discovered his passion for acting when he was a teenager. He discovered his passion when he was in his 9th grade and he got a call to act in a play. He couldn’t speak his lines well so that role was given to someone else. At the end of the day, he spoke in his broken English and his audience simply couldn’t stop laughing.
He always loved being on stage and wanted to become an actor. He saw an advertisement for a course in Chandigarh and required Rs 100 for its audition. He stole it from his mom and told her that he was going for a picnic. He was accepted in that audition. Before he saw an ad, he was a teacher for 2 years. He shifted his base to the 'city of dreams' but found out that they were running short of money. No funds and no help, the actor taught, gave auditions, and with no money in his hands, he had to live on beaches and sleep on platforms.
At one point in his life, he lost hopes and went home but his grandfather taught him that a man who's already drenched in water, shouldn't be scared of rains". His hard work paid off and he got a chance to mark his Bollywood debut with Mahesh Bhatt’s ‘Saaraansh’. Soon he was informed that he was replaced! Yes, you read it right! It was then he approached Mahesh Bhatt directly and told him that no one would play the part better than him and he is doing a mistake by replacing him.  It was them Mahesh Bhatt told producers that he wouldn't make the film without me because he saw that fire and energy with which I wanted to act. He got his first film like this.
After that, there has been ups and highs and so many other things that Anupam does not want to change anything about his journey. By now, Anupam has done more than 500 films and he thanks God for his failures that gave him the strength to do more and perform better.
Meanwhile, On the work front, Anupam was last seen in Ashok Nanda's directorial ‘One Day: Justice Delivered’.

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