Veteran actor and author Anupam Kher turned forty on Thursday in Mumbai’s “city of dreams”. On that moving day, the actor walked the path of memory and remembered the time he came to the city. Going to Instagram, Anupam Kher posted a video of her visiting her first home with four other friends in the city. “My 40 years in Mumbai. I landed in the City of Dreams, Mumbai, on June 3, 1981. To try my luck in Indian cinema. This city has been very nice to me. It allowed me to become someone. Last week, I went to where I first lived. I go often. I shared my little room with four other friends! But my address was literally an eye opener and an indicator of what would continue. ”The only thing that required me was hard work. Thank you 2/15, for giving me the roof of Kherwadi! You will always be my most unique and expressive address, ”the video says.
Anupam Kher, who grew up in Shimla (Himachal Pradesh), came to Mumbai to become an actor. On May 25, 1984, Anupam Kher made his debut in Mahesh Bhatt’s film ‘Saaransh’. In the film, he played the role of a 65-year-old man. A few days ago, he also walked the paths of memory and shared his love for his first project.
“Even today when I see my name in the first titles of the #Saaransh first film #AnupamKher I feel overwhelmed with emotions. Wow! God has been kind,” he wrote. In addition to gaining popularity in Indian cinema, Anupam Kher has also made India proud internationally. He has played major roles in Oscar-nominated Hollywood films such as ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ and ‘The Big Sick’.
He has also starred in the American drama “New Amsterdam”.