Kaun Banega Crorepati 15, Zakir Khan shares | His three years of unemployment in Delhi Kaun Banega Crorepati

Neha Sharma
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Stand-up comedians Zakir Khan and Khan Sir appeared on the most recent episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati 15 as guests. They talked about their fondness for Amitabh Bachchan’s films.

and how much they admired the host. Khan Sir talks about his career as a teacher, beginning with tutoring the tenants’ children rather than paying rent. Zakir Khan talked about his difficulties in being a comedian.

Zakir says that his childhood dream has come true as soon as he sits on the hot seat, they both unanimously tell Mr. Bachchan that they liked his films Ajooba and Shensha. They also tell him that they see

The Struggle in Delhi

After completing his education, Zakir Khan made the life-altering decision to move to Delhi in pursuit of his comedic aspirations. Little did he know that the city would present him with numerous challenges. For three arduous years, Zakir grappled with financial instability and the absence of a steady job. He often found himself at the crossroads of his dream and the harsh reality of survival.

“Humne Ghar Par Jhooth Bola Ke Job Lag Gayi Hai”

One of the most poignant moments in Zakir Khan‘s life was when he had to tell his family that he had secured a job, even though he was still struggling. The pressure to conform to societal norms and the fear of disappointing his loved ones led him to utter the famous words, “Humne Ghar Par Jhooth Bola Ke Job Lag Gayi Hai” (I lied to my family that I got a job). This moment encapsulates the emotional turmoil he endured during his pursuit of comedy.

The Turning Point

a lot of the difficulties, Zakir Khan continued in polishing his skills and continued to perform at open-mic nights and small venues. His unique brand of friendly humor, which frequently drew on his own life, caught viewers’ attention. He began to get known in the Delhi comedy scene slowly but consistently.

Become a Star

Zakir Khan‘s breakthrough came when he participated in the comedy reality show, “Comicstaan.” His authentic humor, combined with his ability to connect with the audience, propelled him to the finals of the competition. This exposure catapulted him to stardom, and he soon became a household name.

impact on Aspiring Comedians

Zakir Khan’s journey is not just a personal triumph; it serves as an inspiration to countless aspiring comedians and artists. His story teaches us the importance of perseverance, self-belief, and staying true to one’s passion, even in the face of adversity.

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Journalism is not just a profession, but a passion for Neha Sharma. With an experience of over three years and post graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication, she has been covering Punjabi and Bollywood industry with several articles to her credit. She loves to interact with people on camera or off camera. Her voluble personality differentiates her from the rest. In her free time, you will find her obsessing over movies! Read less