Aasif Sheikh: Aasif Sheikh, who received recognition for his role as Vibhuti Narayan Mishra in Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai, said: “I had no intention of becoming an actor. I always wanted to cricket. My father worked for the Indian Railways , and where we used to live, we had a large cricket field right in front of our house. I first learned to play cricket there. My interest in cricket grew while I was in sixth grade. Although I have never received professional cricket training, I have won several trophies and championships at the whole school level. For my school I have even participated at national level! Be an actor, and despite my long pendulum and shoots, I make time the set to play cricket when possible since it brings me immense joy and satisfaction. my audience has been laughing for years. ”
Danish Akhtar Saifi: The actor, who plays the role of Nandi in the show Baal Shiv, said: “Before I started my acting career, I trained with the Great Khali for wrestling championships. I admired all the international wrestlers who competed in WWE and when I told my dad I wanted to be a wrestler, he made me go through years of intense training and a strict regimen. However, acting happened by chance when I went for an audition and was chosen to play Hanuman’s character because of my body. Painting Nandi’s part in Baal Shiv brought me fame as an actor. Now, I enjoy myself on screen too “And I usually tell people that wrestling was my first love and acting was my last (laughs).”
Pawan Singh: Pawan, who writes the character of Zafar Ali Mirza in Aur Bhai Kya Chal Raha Hai? shared, “My early years were full of color and imagination. My profession has always been art, and I have received numerous accolades. I feel revitalized and happy when holding a color palette and a brush. Everyone encouraged me to to continue my painting career., but I believe that painting is a form of relieving stress for me. I had never considered pursuing a career as an actor before. However, a friend suggested I pursue acting, to ‘ “I’m a good looking person. At his urging, I auditioned and was selected. Since then, there has been no return for me. So as an actor I had become a painter.”
Yogesh Tripathi: Yogesh Tripathi portrays the role of Daroga Happu Singh in the comedy sitcom Happu Ki Ultan Paltan. Speaking about his career choices, he said: “Most of my family members are in academia, and are teachers at school. And if I had not chosen to be an actor, I would have become a teacher, if teaching is in my blood. My family always wanted me to join the teaching profession, which is one of the most honorable jobs, but I was more inclined to acting and theater. Wrestling days. I am the only member of my family pursuing a career as an actor feel grateful that I did not disappoint them and put my best foot forward in the entertainment sector.