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Aasif Sheikh Birthday Special: 7 things we bet you didn’t know about the multi-talented ‘Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai’ actor

Actor Aasif Sheikh is winning hearts with his character of Vibhuti Narayan Mishra in the popular comedy show, ‘Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai’. But, apart from that, Asif has been entertaining the audience with his amazing and versatile acting skills through various platforms.

From negative roles to heart moving tear-jerking roles, Aasif has done it all in movies and shows. Today, as Sheikh is celebrating his birthday, here we bring you some lesser-known facts about this gifted and multi-talented actor.

Despite his huge popularity, Aasif is extremely modest. The actor had revealed in one of his earlier interviews that he was always considered as the dud actor and no one wanted to pick him for their team. He had told Times of India, “All my cousins were of the same age group so we used to have loads of fun. It was a joint family and around 20-25 people used to live in the house. The huge terrace was used as a playground by us kids and we used to play volleyball there. All the cousins were divided into two teams. The winning team used to be given a cash prize. We also used to enact skits and I was considered the most dud actor of all as I used to forget my lines. Nobody wanted me in their team.”

 

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From where it started.. 1980’s. #humlog

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In many interviews, Aasif had also revealed that his father almost disowned him on his decision to pursue acting as a career. He has had a lot of struggles in his acting career as he did not have an influential family background and some even call him a ‘self-made’ actor. And we think he rightly deserves that tag.

 

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One Movie ..too many characters and Many Memories. #KaranArjun

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Aasif is very fond of cricket and he had won accolades in many school-level championships and also in other sports. He is also said to have represented his school at the national level. His alternative career choice would have been cricket if not acting.

 

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Maa ki yaad…

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Talking about his studies, Sheikh had studied Hotel Management, but he dropped out halfway to pursue acting as his career and for which he joined a school of drama and theatre.

 

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Kya aapko bhi Woh dikh raha hai jo Mujhe dikh raha hai ? #adshoot

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Aasif was a part of India’s first-ever TV show ‘Hum Log’. He was seen playing a negative role as Prince Ajay Singh in ‘Hum Log’ that aired on DD National.

 

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#humlog

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The actor has been part of more than 80 movies and he has shared screen space with actors like Salman Khan, Govinda and others. He also featured in the cult romantic song ‘Bin Tere Sanam’ with Ruchika Panday from the movie ‘Yaara Dildara’.

 

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Fun memories . @bharat_thefilm @atulreellife @beingsalmankhan @whosunilgrover

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He was the first character to be cast in the hit TV drama ‘Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai’. The character of Vibhuti Narayan Mishra was written keeping Aasif in mind.

 

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Aasif Chef D Party.. happy Sunday , eat ghar ka food . #stayhome #staysafe

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We wish Aasif Sheikh a very Happy Birthday and a rocking year ahead.

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