Bollywood stars & their pasts – read the inspiring tales

Behind most flourishing people, there are inspiring tales of how these wealthy and famed ones have conquered their sufferings. Here are some inspiring tales of celebrities from Bollywood.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui: Born in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar, Nawazuddin Siddiqui did his graduation with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. After that, he became a chemist in Vadodara for a period of 12 months. But, shortly he left for the national capital to complete acting course from the National School of Drama (NSD).

King Khan: SRK has told a number of times during his special talks that he had no money when he reached Mumbai. The actor even slept on roads. He and his pals made use of the Oberoi washroom, acting as they stayed at the hotel itself.

Akshay Kumar: While in the hunt for work, Akki worked as an assistant for his photographer friends. Akki didi not get anything in return. Akshay would bring attires and other items from Bangkok and Singapore, and sell them here.

Dharmendra: The well known star was the champion of a talent hunt. In spite of all this, he had to confront intense hardships for a year.

Dev Anand: The renowned Dev Anand worked as a clerk in an accountancy firm prior to attaining the superstar status.

Manoj Kumar: Manoj Kumar aka Bharat Kumar was a ghostwriter at diverse studios and got Rs 11 per scene.

Amitabh Bachchan: Big B spent a few nights on a counter at Marine Drive in Mumbai. He was not even offered an opportunity to audition.

Dilip Kumar: Ex BCCI president PM Rungta made payment of Dilip Kumar's tram tickets as the under pressure actor had no funds to visit movie studios from his home.

Madhuri Dixit: As a novice, she was rejected by many people and bagged plenty of negative reaction from the movie industry.

Asha Bhosle: Singer Asha Bhosle got Rs 100 for her initial song.

Rajesh Khanna: The wealthy Rajesh Khanna had a fight of a diverse kind. He approached movie makers in his personal MG sports vehicle!

Amjad Khan: He struggled for 10 years, did a few insignificant roles and was without money when 'Sholay' came his way in 1973.

by Mamatha Reddy | Fri, May 24 - 07:33 AM

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