Anupam Kher often shares interesting pieces of nostalgia on social media, giving fans a glimpse of his life. Walking down memory lane, Anupam Kher shared a couple of pictures from the days when he had arrived in Mumbai in 1981 and in the hope of becoming an actor, had submitted his pictures to a leading production house.
“Story of these pics; I came to the city of Mumbai on June 3rd 1981 to make it in the movies! I left this portfolio pic with the office of @rajshrifilms on the 15th June, 1981 for consideration for any role in their films. I had no particular place to stay. So gave the address of my #NationalSchoolOfDrama friend @k.razdan. In the last 40years I have done four blockbuster films with them. My debut film #Saaransh (1984) #HumAapkeHaiKaun (1994) #Vivah (2006) and #PremRatanDhanPayo (2015),” wrote Anupam Kher. He further revealed how the production house sent him these fond memories, “I was really shocked and touched when #GuptaJi of @rajshrifilms sent me this pic last week as a memory and a token of their love. They are amazing. Jai Ho!!”
Anupam Kher has entertained fans for decades with hits like ‘Saaransh’, ‘Lamhe’ and ‘Beta’ to name a few. His last onscreen outing was ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ and recently Anupam Kher announced the wrap of his next movie ‘The Kashmir Files’.
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