Sanjay Mishra recalls the time when he gave up his on his film career: I had complaints about my life

Veteran star Sanjay Mishra has no Bollywood connections yet he successfully created a niche for himself in the film industry.
Sanjay Mishra recalls the time when he gave up his on his film career: I had complaints about my life
Veteran star Sanjay Mishra has no Bollywood connections yet he successfully created a niche for himself in the film industry. He is well-known for comedy films like ‘Welcome’, ‘Golmaal’ ‘Apna Sapna Money Money' among others. But did you know that there was a time when he decided to give up his acting career to work at a roadside dhaba?
Yes, You read it right! Speaking to a news portal, Sanjay Mishra shared that he left Mumbai as he was very unwell and was found to have an infection in his stomach. He revealed that he was almost on his deathbed and went to live with his father for a few days but suddenly, he died.
Post which, the actor shared that after performing the last rites, he went to Rishikesh and worked with an elderly man at a roadside dhaba. He further added that visitors at the dhaba recognised him as the actor from 'Golmaal' and between all this, when filmmaker Rohit Shetty offered him a role in ‘All The Best’, he decided to get back to work.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Sanjay Mishra will be next seen in debutant director Smita Singh's 'Andaman'.
While speaking about his film, Sanjay had told ETimes, “No film or filmmaker is big or small. A film leaves an impact only after it is made. I'm sure this film will create that spark. I'm doing this film to support new talent and have seen the hard work put in by the director and the entire team. That is why I said yes to the project. I really want new talent to grow because they come with fresh ideas and concepts.”

Continuar en Times of India