10 Bollywood Celebs Who Did Odd Jobs Before They Became Famous

Long before they became stars and cast their spell on billions of people all across the globe, many celebrities had to break a little sweat by doing ordinary jobs to win their bread and butter. Below we list top ten Bollywood celebs who did odd jobs before they became famous and rich. The jobs range from waiter, security guard, plumber, and sales man. Look at the following list to see what your favorite star did before becoming ultra rich.

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10AKSHAY KUMAR

Akshay Kumar is currently one of the most bankable stars in Bollywood. If he agrees to be a part of a film, success is guaranteed! In last few years, his market value has shot up phenomenally and producers are ready to pay any amount of money to get him on board for their projects. It is true that Akki is one of the highest paid actors in the showbiz, but do you know that the much in demand actor had to do several odd jobs before he entered Bollywood and became a superstar? Yes, your favorite action star has worked as a waiter and a dishwasher in a restaurant called Metro Guest House in Bangkok, Thailand, to make ends meet. He used to make mere Rs. 1500 a month. After completing his chef degree, he worked as a chef also.

While Akshay was in Bangkok, he learnt martial arts also and became an expert in it. Upon his return to Mumbai, he started teaching martial arts to students. With the help of one of his students, Kumar landed a modeling assignment. He also assisted a photographer for 18 months without payment to shoot his first portfolio. However, soon he was roped in for the film ‘Deedar’ as its lead. But due to a delay in its shooting, Akshay’s another film ‘Saugandh’ (1992) released first and became his debut film.

After ‘Saugandh’, Khiladi Kumar appeared in several successful films, primarily in the action genre, such as ‘Waqt Hamara Hai’ (1993), ‘Mohra’ (1994), ‘Suhaag’ (1994), ‘Jaanwar’ (1999), etc. Later, he decided to experiment and did many romantic and comedy films, including ‘Dhadkan’ (2000), ‘Andaaz’ (2003) ‘Namastey London’ (2007), ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa’ (2007), ‘Singh Is Kinng’ (2008) ‘Housefull 2’ (2012), ‘Rowdy Rathore’ (2012) ‘Special 26’ (2012), ‘Holiday’ (2014), ‘Airlift’ (2016), ‘Housefull 3’ (2016) and ‘Rustom’ (2016). The actor was last seen in the Subhash Kapoor directorial ‘Jolly LLB 2’ (2017). His next few releases include ‘Toilet Ek Prem Katha’, ‘2.0’ and ‘Padman’.

TRIVIA: Akshay Kumar is quite sentimental about the ‘firsts’ in his life. The superstar still keeps his first house, car and motorcycle.

 
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12 COMMENTS

  1. You are right but in Indian society if a person from a good family starts doing odd jobs then the society degrade that family.
    In Indian Society we don’t have or understand dignity of labour which is very bad.

    • It’s mainly an ego thing which is taller then the giants and completely dwarfs the person within….once the ego goes… every Indian would become- Golden

  2. It’s not always Indian society or anything Indian to blame for… It happens everywhere and one has to work hard to chase his dreams… Don’t blame India for that… Go to Pakistan… Then you will come to know about earnings and livelihoods… Bloody bullshit

  3. It depends on how u see it. In Kerala children at age of 17+ boys leave their home do odd job . No wonder they are successful. North India Muslims are backward neither academic nor profession ally.

  4. Person who talk POK as a part of PAKISTAN should remember that his elder was jailed for speaking in the same language.

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