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Smriti Irani reminisces an advice Saif Ali Khan gave her 23 years back
Smriti Irani made her television debut in 2000 with TV series ‘Aatish’ and ‘Hum Hain Kal Aaj Aur Kal’. The turning point of her career was Ekta Kapoor’s ‘Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’. Her character Tulsi Virani became a household name and she was very much appreciated for her role. Also, it earned her many accolades. After her career in television, Smriti chose her path in politics and today she is the Union Cabinet Minister of Textiles.
Recently, Smriti attended Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal’s pre-wedding ceremonies in Udaipur where she met Saif Ali Khan. Taking to her Instagram handle Smriti shared a selfie of her with Saif and narrated an incident when Saif gave her career advice. In the post, she also thanked the ‘Sacred Games’ actor for the memories.
Have a look at the post by Smriti Irani.
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23 years ago a rising Star gave a rookie from Delhi advice on how to survive in the chaos of the maximum city; a few tips here & there as to how her dreams can take flight. Little did he know the rookie will turn into a Jumbo Jet 😂Thank you for the memories #saifalikhan 🙏
Little did we knew about this history and thanks Smriti for sharing this memory.
Smriti more often turns nostalgic and keeps on sharing throwback pictures on her Instagram handles. Even though she has left acting, she is still cordial with her ex-colleagues and old friends. She appeared in daily soaps like ‘Thodi Si Zameen Thoda Sa Aasmaan’, ‘Ramayan, ‘Virrudh’ and many more.
Let’s go a few years back to know more about Smriti. She was born in Delhi to a middle-class family. As she was the eldest of all the three siblings, to support her family financially she started promoting a beauty product for Rs 200. Smriti was very keen on modeling. So she got into Miss India contest in 1998, but couldn’t get through the finals. She then moved to Mumbai to try her luck in modeling. She started working at McDonalds. Smriti also applied for the position of cabin crew at Jet Airways but she was rejected. Later on, she cracked an audition and then replaced Neelam Kothari to host an episode of the show ‘Ooh La La La’.
Such an inspiring journey of Smriti Irani, isn’t it?
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