Recently Bigg Boss fame Dolly Bindra posted a video of Javed Hyder, who was last seen in Dabangg 3, selling vegetables. With the power of social media, the news went viral and people started talking about it. But, it seems that’s not the case and it was all false.
Javed Hyder, the man in the viral video, has come ahead to clarify his stance about the same. He has denied the rumours of him selling vegetables for a living and has put forward a clear picture of what’s true.
Dolly Bindra shared the said video and captioned it as, “He is an actor aaj woh sabzi bech raha hain javed hyder. Javed Hyder is an Indian actor associated with the movie ‘Baabarr’ (2009), and TV series ‘Jeannie Aur Juju’ (2012). His 2017 release includes the Hindi drama film ‘Life Ki Aisi Ki Taisi’. No work due to lockdown mahamari #COVID19.”
Here’s the video:
He is an actor aaj woh sabzi bech raha hain javed hyder pic.twitter.com/4Hk0ICr7Md
— Dolly Bindra (@DollyBindra) June 24, 2020
In a conversation with Times Of India, Javed Hyder said, “I am not selling vegetables. I am an actor by profession and currently because of lockdown, I am not doing anything. As an actor to keep myself busy and occupied I started making musical videos on an app. My daughter was using that app and she encouraged me to make some videos. Everyone is dealing with stress. People are committing suicide, they are facing financial crunch, they don’t have work, seeing the situation that we all are in currently in I thought of making videos. I know so many artists who are dealing with lack of work. So, initially, I started off by putting a few videos with good messages. Then one day I took permission from a vegetable vendor and shot a video with his thela (vegetable cart).”
He also added, “Suddenly, the video started doing well and it crossed over 1 million views. I was very happy and the actor in me who was very sad because of the lockdown got excited. After that, I started making videos to motivate people that no job is small. Today, with God’s grace I don’t have any monetary issues, but if at all it happens in future I won’t shy from selling vegetables as no job is small.”