These Bollywood Stars Did These Ordinary Jobs Before Stardom!

Before making big in their career, these famous  bollywood celebrities did these ordinary jobs in their struggling days.

Shahid Kapoor

He is currently a built up actor in Bollywood, yet in his early days used to work as a background dancer in a couple of movies like Taal in the 1990s and was later included in music videos and TV ads.

Anushka Sharma

She is currently one of the leading actresses in Bollywood, however she has buckled down for this achievement. She worked in commercial ads for close-up and some other makeup products.

Geeta  Kapoor

Geeta, the famous choreographer in Bollywood, did several small roles in her beginning days like in the film ‘Kuch-Kuch Hota Hai’.

Daisy Shah

The actress made a Bollywood debut opposite Salman Khan with ‘Jai Ho’ in 2014. She really began her career as a background dancer. Daisy can be seen clearly dancing beside Salman Khan in the song ‘Lagan Lage’ and the title tune of Masti.

Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput is known for making a progress from TV to the big screen of bollywood. However, what many people don’t know is that Sushant was actually a part of a performing arts company. Sushant likewise performed as a background dancer in the IIFA awards in 2005 and 2006.

Dia Mirza

Dia Mirza is basically known for Bollywood films including Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein, Parinita and Qurban. She additionally highlighted as a background artist before her acting career kick started. The actress has showed up as a background dancer in many films in the beginning period of her career.

Remo Dsouza

The well-established choreographer, reality television judge and director of ABCD additionally had humble beginnings. Remo Dsouza began his career as a background dancer and is clearly seen in the song Meri Mehbooba in ‘Pardes’ dancing behind Shahrukh Khan. He can likewise be seen dancing in the title song of Aflatoon behind Akshay Kumar.

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