Anupam Kher On Completing 36 Years In Cinema: "It Has Been An Incredible Journey So Far..."
Anupam Kher On Completing 36 Years In Cinema: “It Has Been An Incredible Journey So Far…”

It was 36 years ago when veteran actor Anupam Kher made his debut in Bollywood with “Saaransh”. He was just 28 when he played the role of a 65-year-old in his debut film.

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On completing 36 years in the cinema world, Kher took to Instagram and wrote: “My 1st film #Saaransh directed by #MaheshBhatt Saab was released on 25th May, 1984. I was 28 and played a 65 years old man #BVPradhan. ” I complete 36 years in the world of entertainment today. It has been an incredible journey so far. God has been and so have been my producers/directors. Most of all it is you, my audiences who have given me so much love and strength. I am humbled and blessed. THANK YOU!!#36YearsOfAnupam #Saaransh #KuchBhiHoSaktaHai.”

Apart from earning fame in Indian cinema, Kher has made India proud at the international level too. He has played pivotal roles in Oscar-nominated Hollywood movies like “Silver Linings Playbook” and “The Big Sick”. He is also a part of the American drama series, “New Amsterdam”.

Amid the lockdown, veteran actor Anupam Kher has decided not to shave and let his beard grow. On Tuesday, Kher took to Instagram and shared a picture in which he is seen flaunting his beard. He also revealed that he’s sporting a beard after almost 37 years.

“The face is a picture of the mind with the eyes as it’s interpreter.” Thanks to the #Lockdown I could grow my beard after 37 years,” the actor wrote.

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