Bollywood's 80s and 90s actor Chunky Pandey recently made many revelations about his life. Recently, he said, "After tasting success, it is difficult to sit at home, but by keeping ourselves in small things, we can move forward."
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Chunky, who made a place in Bollywood with films like 'Tezaab', 'Aag Hi Aag' and 'Aankhe', suddenly stopped working in Bollywood, and after that, he started working in Bangladeshi films. After working there for a few years, he again made a comeback to Bollywood with films 'Housefull' (2010) and 'Begum Jaan' (2017), which was fantastic. Recently, Chunky said, "I didn't have a job after giving hit films like 'Aankhe' in 1993. I sat at the house for a year without work. I have only one film name 'Teesra Kaun'. After this, I got an opportunity to work in Bangladesh and my first film was Superhit. I worked there for three to four years. He said that after marriage, my wife told me that Bollywood is my real identity. When I returned to Hindi cinema, I realized that a generation has completely forgotten me. I started struggling. I met people, asked for work and luckily I got work. ''
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With this, he further said that "Filmmakers Harry Baweja, Subhash Ghai and Sajid Nadiadwala helped me rebuild my career." After this, I never looked back. I think an actor should not hesitate. I do not mind anything. Sitting at home without work makes you tense, especially when you have touched the heights of fame".
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