Actor Zayed Khan, who made his Bollywood debut in Esha Deol’s ‘Chura Liya Hai Tumne’, shared an anecdote when he had no money to buy chocolates and ice cream. On his Instagram account, he shared many photos from a recent photo shoot. During this, he spoke about the time when people ‘lived by faith and good will’.
Walking down the streets of memories, Zayed reveals how Mumbai’s Juhu Market holds a special place in his heart. He shared, “When I passed by the Juhu market. They already took me back to the time when we as the Juhu gang used to do stunts in small lanes through these streets. We were locals and all the ‘mama and papa’ (grocers) around us knew us for all the shenanigans we got up to, but at the same time they loved us all.”
The actor shared that despite not having any money, people were nice to him by lending him ice cream and chocolates. Zayed wrote, “I remember a time when we sometimes had no money. Aunt and uncle used to give ice cream and chocolates on ‘loan’ (credit) that we would pay tomorrow. Which we did. It was different. The time when the people lived on trust and good will”.
He also said that he was happy to recently return to the neighborhood where people still refer to him as ‘Zayed’, a nickname he was given. Zayed Khan is preparing to return these days. He recently shared photos of his impressive body transformation and he is expected to announce his next project soon. He was last seen on the television show Haasil, which stars Vatsal Seth and Nikita Dutta.