Hasan Zaidi: My Earlier Days Were Very Exciting And I Refuse To Call It A Struggle- EXCLUSIVE

Hassan Zaidi, who is currently playing the main lead in Star Plus' Zindagi Mere Ghar Aana shares how the right people made his acting career possible

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Hasan Zaidi: My Earlier Days Were Very Exciting And I Refuse To Call It A Struggle- EXCLUSIVE
Actor Hassan Zaidi, who has been a part of shows like Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, and films, Horror Story, Dishkyaoon, Sargoshiyan talks about his journey in the industry. The actor who is currently playing the main lead in Star Plus' Zindagi Mere Ghar Aana shares how the right people made his acting career possible.

As far as his career is concerned, in his two-decade long career so far, Hasan has impressed his audiences in a number of shows and films. However, he still feels that there is a long way to go and he has a lot more to learn. ALSO READ: New Mommy Shreya Ghoshal Shoots For The Musical Promo Of Zindagi Mere Ghar Aana; TV Show's Lead Esha Kansara Is Overwhelmed

“I am lucky to have been doing what I always wanted to do. My earlier days were very exciting and I refuse to call it a struggle. From then on it's been a beautiful journey. Initially, there was an euphoria of coming to Mumbai and coming to the industry then afterwards there was a period of observation and learning, and all of that added to this beautiful journey I have had over the years and helped me in gaining knowledge, experience, and also establishing a good support system," he says. ALSO READ: Dilip Kumar Passes Away: Mrunal Jain, Meera Deosthale, Vijayendra Kumeria, Nivedita Basu, Hasan Zaidi Remember Thespian's Power-Packed Films

"Thankfully, I met the right people in the beginning of my career, who stood by me. I remember how actor Amit Sadh helped me and another friend of mine at that time. We did put up at his house for a month and it was he who told me to audition for Neena Gupta’s show Kyo Hota Hai Pyaar. It was a small part but soon I got a role in Samir Karnik’s film Kyun! Ho Gaya Na and that’s how it all began," Hasan concludes.



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