It was 1979 when Satish Kaushik came to Mumbai from Delhi to accomplish his fantasy about turning into an entertainer, and it took a ton of difficult work, devotion to arrive at where he is today.
Glancing back at those days, Kaushik uncovers he even functioned as a clerk prior to wandering into films.
“It was a big thing to even have a thought of entering Bollywood at that time — especially for a person who belongs to a middle-class family in Karol Bagh, Delhi. I clearly remember how I worked as a cashier for a year in a textile mill to meet my financial needs.
I did not want to sleep on platforms, so I had worked a lot to earn enough to be able to sleep without an empty stomach. I used to receive only Rs 400 a month for that job. After finishing my job, I used to go to Prithvi Theatre and do plays, and then gradually films came my way,” he told IANS.
Kaushik, who is additionally a chief and a maker, expressed gratitude toward Mumbai for tolerating him with great enthusiasm.
On the executive front, he is sitting tight for the arrival of “Kaagaz”, featuring Pankaj Tripathi ahead of the pack job and introduced by Salman Khan.
About Satish Kaushik
Satish Kaushik is an Indian movie chief, maker, and entertainer, principally in Hindi movies and theater.
As a film entertainer, he is noted for his functions as “Schedule” in Mr. India, as Pappu Pager in Deewana Mastana, and as “Chanu Ahmed” in Sarah Gavron’s British film Brick Lane (2007). He won the Filmfare Best Comedian Award twice: in 1990 for Ram Lakhan and in 1997 for Saajan Chale Sasural.
As a theater entertainer, his most noted job was that of “Willy Loman” in the Hindi-language play, Salesman Ramlal, a transformation of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman.
He composed discoursed for Kundan Shah’s parody exemplary Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron (1983). His 2009 film Teree Sang, featuring Ruslaan Mumtaz and Sheena Shahabadi, investigates issues of youngster pregnancy
“From work to friends and family, this city (Mumbai) has given me a lot. I owe my success to this city. Chumbak jaisi quality hai is sheher mein (This place has the qualities of a magnet ). Once you get addicted to this city, then there’s no chance of you moving out from here,” he said.