Actor Sushant Singh burst into tears when he shared the pain of the rickshawsters of Jaipur. The thing is about 7 years old from today. When the shooting of the Yash Raj banner film started in Jaipur. As the shooting spread, news spread that Priyanka Chopra’s sister was shooting in the city and she was playing the role of Sushant Singh, the actor of the ‘pavitra rista’ serial. Although both artists were brand new at that time. But there was excitement in the city due to the shooting. The crowd at the shooting site became difficult to control. Due to which the set Amber was sometimes installed and sometimes Nahargarh.
Sushant further said that my career started as a backup dancer, but the casting team of Balaji Telefilmus recognized my hidden talent and this led to my entry into the world of TV. I first played the character of Preet Juneta in the serial Kiss Desh Hai Hai Mera Dil. After this, Zee TV’s show ‘Pritha Rishta’ started to be recognized from house to house.
Then I am trying to strengthen this popularity by appearing in dance reality shows Zara Nach Ke Dikha-2 and Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 4. In the meantime, he said that my first film ‘Kay Po Che’ killed his inner fear, which led him to move forward. On one question, he said that my parents did not want me to go into acting or dancing, but I did not do what I wanted and I broke my dream of becoming an engineer.
Rickshaw ride of Jaipur will be remembered for life The conversation went on and on, one member of the unit said that Sir, the rickshaw ride is ready. I asked Tapak Sushant, do you want to ride a rickshaw? Sushant said that he had done it yesterday too and still has to do it today, because I like riding a rickshaw and more than me. Well, there is one thing, sitting in a rickshaw in Jaipur, the back pain starts. Sushant said with a laugh, there are a lot of roads in the streets, due to which it happens, but less on the main roads.
But one thing is that the rickshaw here is quite different from the rickshaw in Kolkata. Because in Kolkata, rickshaws are pulled by hand. But this is not the case here, but regardless of the scorching sun and rain, it rushes in the bumpy and narrow streets of Jaipur daily from morning to evening, sitting on the rickshaw-ridden riders. How hard the poor people work. But they get very less wages. Well, I am going to remember riding a Jaipur rickshaw for a lifetime.