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New Delhi:

Arshad Warsi, one of the well-known faces of the film industry, needs no introduction today, he has won millions of hearts with his acting.

But do you know that his journey of becoming an actor was not easy.

How after owning a luxurious bungalow and two buildings on Grant Road, he started living in a small house with one room and kitchen.

Arshad Warsi saw both ups and downs, yet he never gave up his passion to work.

Today we are going to tell you about the multi-talented actor behind memorable characters like Circuit, Manav and Adi.

Lost parental support at the age of 18

Arshad Warsi's father Ahmed Ali Khan was not only a poet but also a singer.

He added Warsi to his name in honor of his devotion to the Sufi saint Waris Pak.

Unfortunately, when Arshad was just 18 years old, his father died of bone cancer.

Arshad's mother died after two years.

She left this world due to kidney failure.

had to leave the big house

After losing his parents, Arshad Warsi had to face the hard reality of taking care of himself.

Unfortunately, he had to face more difficulties.

Because due to legal complications he had to leave his big house on Grant Road.

Tenants became owners of the flats they occupied.

The challenges continued as Arshad had to say goodbye to his Juhu bungalow.

Facing adverse circumstances, he and his brother started living in a modest 1RK house.

passed the days selling nail polish

After 10th, Arshad left school and started working as a salesman.

According to the report of The Hindu, Arshad used to sell lipstick and nail polish in buses between Borivali and Bandra.

He has worked in a photo lab and even assisted Mahesh Bhatt in Kash and Thikana.

Career: When Jaya Bachchan helped him

Arshad Warsi's journey in the world of entertainment started when he joined Akbar Sami's dance group.

His passion for dance made him a choreographer.

He started choreography under the guidance of Alec Padamsee and Bharat Dabholkari.

Despite getting a film offer from Joy Augustine, Arshad, who was perfect as a choreographer, felt hesitant in getting into acting.

However, a turning point came when Jaya Bachchan offered.

Due to this, Arshad got his first film "Tere Mere Sapne" and his film career started.