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‘Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!’ actor Manjot Singh recalls being jobless for two years after ‘Fukrey’, says ‘it wasn’t easy’

There is no easy place for the film industry to survive. With stiff competition and thousands of people eager to be part of the glam industry, the struggle to get a break can go on for years. It is a place where fortune changes with office fee numbers and only hard work, consistency and determination can help you on the journey.

Manoj Singh is one of the many actors who have struggled in his Bollywood career and are still waiting for his flight, who has got a lot of recognition from the film ‘Fukre’. Manoj was praised for his performance in his debut film ‘Oye Lucky Lucky Oye’. However, in both the films, fans praised him and even after he rose to fame, Manoj had to struggle for a long time after ‘Farki’, where he remained without work for almost two years.

In an interview prior to Chutzpah’s release, the actor of his new streaming series on Sonilev, ‘Student The F of the Year 2’ remembered the difficult time when he was unemployed and had to sit and wait for the right things to come for him.

In an interview with Times Now Digital, Manjot said, “When I started (my career), I was 16, I got a lot of films at that time. After Fukre, I think from time to time this tha tha mere pass do sal tak. No, no (there was a time when I couldn’t find work for 2 years). “

“So, I didn’t want to do the offers that were coming and the things that I wanted to do weren’t coming my way. I wasn’t satisfied with the offers that I was getting. So it was a stage where I didn’t feel comfortable. Hi. Sitting at home, I was studying and at the same time I was getting movies. I was also earning money, (I thought) life is amazing. But finding the reality check tab (you get a reality check) ” Wait, “Manjot added.

In a 2019 interview with Hindustan Times, Manjot said that when he approached the casting agency to manage it, he avoided that it would be difficult to find a role because of his religion. “So, they took my portfolio. A few days later, they turned around saying, ‘You’re the boss, so it’s hard for us to find a role for you.’ I was shocked. If you check my 10 years. Long career, 90% of them are hits …, “said Manjot.

On the work front, Manjot’s pipeline has ‘Chutzapah’ and ‘Fukre 3’ sucking the web


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