Safarnama : Mother gave money to Ravi Kishan to come to Mumbai, father did not want son to enter the world of acting


Today Ravi Kishan has not only become a big star of Bhojpuri cinema with his acting, but he has also left a different mark by playing many different characters in Hindi cinema and South cinema. Ravi Kishan is called Amitabh Bachchan of Bhojpuri cinema in today's time. But there was a time when Ravi Kishan had neither films nor any place to live. Ravi Kishan, who had a dream of acting in his heart, came to Mumbai with only 500 rupees. Like many great actors, Ravi Kishan has had a struggle of his own. Today in this article we will tell you some interesting things related to them.

Childhood passed in financial crisis

The film journey of famous actor and BJP MP Ravi Kishan was not easy at all. His childhood passed through financial constraints. His father, who runs a dairy, always wanted to keep him away from the acting world and wanted Ravi Kishan to help him with his work. But Ravi Kishan was fond of cinema since childhood and he had the passion to do something. He wanted to become an actor since childhood. Ravi Kishan was also born in Mumbai, but his father's dairy business stopped after which he had to return to his village Jaunpur.

Ravi Kishan ran away with 500 rupees

Ravi Kishan has been a big fan of Amitabh Bachchan since childhood. He used to watch almost every film of his. He got the fever of acting so much that he started playing the role of Sita in Ramlila. But his father did not like his acting. Ravi Kishan himself had revealed in an interview that due to his passion for acting, he had to be beaten by his father many times. 17-year-old Ravi Kishan fled to Mumbai with Rs 500 from his mother after his father refused. Ravi Kishan had told that his mother has always supported his dreams. He told that this money was given to him by his mother.

Started with Pitambar

Ravi Kishan, who came to Mumbai with 500 rupees, stayed in the same Chawl where his family lived earlier. While struggling in the film world, he got a chance to work in the B-grade film 'Pitamber' in the year 1992. However, even after this, he had to struggle a lot for his dreams. The stars of Ravi Kishan's fortunes shone when he was offered Salman Khan's Tere Naam. In the film, he played the role of Bhumika Chawla's fiancee. His character was well-liked in the film. Apart from this, he worked in many films like Mukti, Share Bazaar, Agni Morcha.

Worked in different language films

In today's time, Ravi Kishan is not interested in any identity. He is constantly active not only in Hindi but also in Bhojpuri and South cinema. In Hindi films, he worked mostly as a co-star, while in the South he emerged as a big villain. Apart from this, Ravi Kishan is the number 1 star of Bhojpuri cinema. He is also called Amitabh Bachchan of Bhojpuri cinema. The pre-production work of his Hindi film 'Bundi-Raita' and Bhojpuri's Radhe Aur Bada Champion is going on.

own house in Mumbai today

At one point Ravi Kishan had to leave Mumbai and return to his village after his father's business was closed. However, Ravi Kishan never gave up on pursuing his dreams. Ravi Kishan, who came to Mumbai and lives in a crawl, today has his own house on the 14th floor in a building located in the Goregaon area of ​​Mumbai. Ravi has made a house by combining two duplexes, whose size is 8 thousand square feet. This home has 12 bedrooms, a double-height terrace, and a gym, and much more. But to achieve this success, Ravi Kishan had to struggle hard and his wife and mother supported him in his entire journey.