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Before reel life, Rajpal was also a tailor in real life, he became a comedian when the hero-villain gamble didn’t pan out.

Before reel life, Rajpal was also a tailor in real life, he became a comedian when the hero-villain gamble didn't pan out.

Although there are many actors who add a touch of comedy to Bollywood movies, there are some who are known for bringing all kinds of characters to life. These stars are such that, with their presence on the screen, they force everyone to laugh holding their stomachs. One of them is our favorite Rajpal Yadav. Have you ever thought how many dark and gloomy nights must have passed through the real life of the comedian who made us laugh out loud on the screen? Rajpal, who garnered accolades by becoming ‘Ladies Tailor’ on the big screen, used to earn her family’s bread twice by sewing people’s clothes in real life too. On the actor’s 52nd birthday, let us introduce you to some untold stories from his life…

Rajpal Yadav, who has been creating ‘Dhamal’ in theaters with his comedy for the past three decades, was born on March 16, 1971 in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Today, with the wealth of crores of rupees, the financial situation of ‘Malamal’ Rajpal’s house was very bad. The situation was that he didn’t even have a solid roof over his head. Even after such a poor state, the actor’s father struggled ‘struggling’ with time and taught him at a good school in another town. It is the result of the father’s passion and Rajpal Yadav’s dedication that he completed his studies beating ‘time’.

After completing his studies, Rajpal decided to be his father’s support and set out to become his ‘partner’ in the race of life. Yes, after creating ‘Dhamal’ in the studios, Rajpal instilled the quality of tailoring in himself for a living. To support his father and his family and add an extra star to his life uniform, the actor took a tailoring apprenticeship course at the Ordnance Cloth Factory and became a tailor. However, Rajpal did not find peace in Taylor’s job, because he had an acting mistake in her mind that would not allow her to work anywhere in peace. In such a situation, Rajpal did an ‘action replay’ to change his life and decided to take a step towards acting.

Rajpal took his first step into the world of acting by studying drama and acting at Lucknow’s Bharatendu Natya Academy and Delhi’s National School of Drama. After this, Rajpal came to Mayanagari with the ‘Masti Express’ of his life, where he came across Darbadar in search of work. Many times he also came to a time when he didn’t even have the money to rent a car. But there is a saying, whoever has God, does not have to worry about anything. People in the industry, considered bad by most people, proved to be an angel to Rajpal and helped him a lot in Mayanagari Mumbai. This thing was told by Rajpal himself. Roaming the streets with hard work, dedication and a ray of hope in his mind, Rajpal started his career in Doordarshan after watching ‘Khatta Meete Din’.

Rajpal, who entered the world of television, started with small roles to establish himself and before long he began to get a job. However, the actor had the desire to appear on the big screen in his heart and mind. The sincere wish he got peace from the 1999 movie ‘Dil Kya Kare’. After playing a small role in this film, Rajpal was seen doing small roles in many films, but still there was only ‘Bhagam Bhag’ in his life. The actor wanted to take a step in Bollywood by becoming a villain in the movie ‘Jungle’, but he was not successful. Rajpal’s luck came from the movie ‘Malamal’ and ‘Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya’. After this, the actor worked in more than one movie, in which his performance became forceful. These movies include ‘Hungama’, ‘Apna Sapna Money Money’, ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa’, ‘Chup Chup Ke’, ‘Phir Hera Pheri’, ‘Dhol’, ‘Main’, ‘Meri Patni Aur Woh’, ‘Mujhse Shaadi Karoge Many big names like ‘Garam Masala’, ‘Bhootnath’ are included.

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