Avinash Sachdev Recalls Bad Days When He Slept At Stations
MUMBAI (IANS) – In a heart touching moment on the reality show ‘Bigg Boss OTT 2‘, actor Avinash Sachdev took a trip down memory lane and opened up about his early struggles in Mumbai before achieving fame in the entertainment industry. The actor, known for his roles in popular shows like ‘Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon? Ek Baar Phir’, ‘Chotti Bahu’, ‘Ayushman Bhava’, and ‘Main Bhi Ardhangini’, shared a touching tale of perseverance and determination.
During the candid conversation, Avinash revealed that he started his journey in the city of dreams by working with a courier delivery company. In an emotional moment, he disclosed that for the first two years in Mumbai, he solely relied on public transportation, refusing to use auto-rickshaws or taxis. Instead, he commuted by train and bus, even spending nights at train stations to save on expenses.
To make ends meet during those challenging days, the actor resided in a shared PG accommodation, where he carefully split every bill to manage his finances. He displayed an incredible sense of frugality, opting to walk instead of taking an auto-rickshaw if the fare reached a certain amount. His determination and resilience were evident, as he acknowledged the immense struggle it took to reach where he stands today.
Avinash’s revelations touched the hearts of both the audience and his fellow contestants on ‘Bigg Boss OTT 2’, showcasing the sheer grit and determination that many aspiring actors face while trying to make a name for themselves in the city of Mumbai, which is known for its ruthless competition.
The actor’s story serves as an inspiration to millions who dream of pursuing a career in the entertainment industry, proving that with dedication and unwavering spirit, success can be achieved even amidst the most challenging circumstances.