When Sanjay Mishra left acting and took up job at a dhaba in Rishikesh | Hindi Movie News - Bollywood - Times of India

Today, actor Sanjay Mishra is counted among the most talented actors in Indian cinema. He might not be tagged as a 'superstar', but his impeccable acting skills and the rare connection which he has with the audience through his on-screen characters speaks volumes about him and is enough to make him stand out among other actors. However, his journey to success has not been a piece of cake. He went through an extreme struggle and even saw the time when he left showbiz and took up a job of cooking and washing utensils at a Dhaba in Rishikesh. As the actor turned a year older on October 6, we stumbled upon an old interview of him where he recalled his struggling days and said, 'That time was different. I had no complaints about the industry. I had complaints about my life. My father had passed away at the time, and even I was battling an illness. Doctors had removed 15 litres of pus from my stomach and just after it got cured, I lost my father. I had started losing my life. So, I went to Rishikesh and started making omelettes at a dhaba near the bank of Ganga. The dhaba owner told me I will have to wash 50 cups a day and I will get Rs 150. But then I thought I needed money for my survival.' Further, he revealed how a call from the filmmaker Rohit Shetty turned the fortunes for him. He said, 'After working there for a day, people visiting the Dhaba started recognising me. They used to say ‘Arre aap to Golmaal mein the na’ and wanted photographs with me. In between all this, Rohit Shetty called me and offered a role in 'All the Best'. That’s when I decided to get back to work.' He further confessed that he does not care about the 'rat race' and the respect and love he receives from the audience is his 'reward'.

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