Comedian actor Bharti Singh started his career with a stand-up comedy and gained fame with his childish character ‘Lalli’. Over the years, he has not only directed comedy shows, but also been successful. Recently, Bharti appeared in the Maniesh Paul podcast as an actor and host, where he made twisting revelations about his past and childhood. The comedian revealed in the early days of his career that the show’s coordinators had touched him inappropriately but he couldn’t raise his voice because he didn’t know the difference between right and wrong.
She became known for her first challenges in the industry of extreme poverty and women’s recreation before she became horrible.
“Coordinators (shows) acted badly sometimes. They would rub their hands on their backs. I would know it’s not a good feeling, but then I’d think it’s like my uncle, they can’t be bad. Maybe I’m wrong. And he’s right. So this isn’t appropriate. it seemed to me. I had no understanding. I am confident now to fight, for my body, for my honor. Now I can say ‘what is it, at what you are looking for, get out now we are changing.’ Now I can speak, but then I did not have the courage. ‘ , said Bharti.
During the interview, Bharti also recounted the time when the men in debt appeared at home and behaved badly with their mother.
The actor recalled that he lived in poverty in the sector before entering the sector. Speaking of the same thing, he said “Ghar jaane ka mann want carta tha (I didn’t feel like going home). I would stay in college with my friends, and eat at the hostel. Once I knew I would go back, he would have to face poverty. Live in that dark light “. Bharti recounted how his family is not yet adapted to the prosperous lifestyles that can now be adapted.
Meanwhile, Bharti Singh, who achieved fame with The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, will soon be seen in the new season of ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’. Harsh Limbachiya is married to screenwriter and TV producer.
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