B-town celebrities are famous for their uniqueness and deftness but their past is quite surprising, at least some of them have an odd past regarding their jobs. They did not born with silver spoon rather they struggled hard to acquire this status.
Nawazuddin born in a farmer’s family in Uttar Pradesh, had eight siblings. He used to earn his bread and butter by working as a chemist there. Then, he moved to Delhi, he developed an interest in theatre as he worked as a watchman for one and a half years. This is how he joined The National School of Drama.
This hunk dabbled in modeling at the age of 18 “just for fun and easy pocket money”; he performed several photo shoots and fashion shows but decided to quit after four years as he was dissatisfied with the profession. Later on he worked as an assistant director to Karan Johar on My Name Is Khan.
This Bollywood diva was a marketing intern in Yash Raj Films studio before becoming a full time actress.
He worked in advertising as a copywriter, with agencies like O&M and J. Walter Thompson.
Akshay Kumar flew to Bangkok to study martial arts, after earning a black belt for himself in Taekwondo. In Bangkok, he served as a chef and waiter. On his India return, he started as a martial arts teacher, where one of his students helped him to get a modelling assignment for a small company.
John Abraham tried his hands at modeling but then to earn his bread and butter he worked as a media planner for Enterprises-Nexus.
He was a craze among girls during his heydays. But did you have an idea that Dev Anand had worked as a clerk in a Censor’s Office, located in Mumbai’s Church Gate area? His used to get Rs. 165 as his monthly salary then.