Rajesh Kumar: 'Rabri Devi Made Me Realise I Am Famous'- Watch EXCLUSIVE Video

Rajesh Kumar recently had a chat with SpotboyE.com where he revealed that when was that time when he felt he is famous. Read details ahead

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Rajesh Kumar: 'Rabri Devi Made Me Realise I Am Famous'- Watch EXCLUSIVE Video
Rajesh Kumar, who is amongst the most popular actors of the television industry, has done around forty shows in his twenty years of career. The actor has played some extremely popular characters like Roshes of Sarabhai V/S Sarabhai to Chintu from Chintu Chinti Aur Ek Badi Si Love Story. Rajesh is also making us laugh with his character of  Sanam in his newly launched show Excuse Me Madam. 

But do you know in his such a long journey to stardom, when was the time when Rajesh felt for the first time that he is a famous? ALSO READ: Rajesh Kumar's Co-star Sucheta Khanna Reveals If She Was Paranoid To Shoot With Him Post His Recovery From COVID-19- Exclusive Video

Well, while sharing all his 'firsts' with us during a candid chat, Rajesh went on revealing the first time he felt he is famous. And surprisingly it has a connection with Lalu Prasad Yadav's wife Rabri Devi. ALSO READ: Rajesh Kumar's Excuse Me Madam Co-Star Nyra Banerjee Is 'Unaware Of Him Testing Positive For COVID-19'- EXCLUSIVE


Rajesh shares, "The moment when I realised I am famous is funny at the same time memorable for me. I went to Subrata Roy's (Sahara Chairperson) son's wedding as my co-star from Kkusum was getting married to him. I remember I just came out of the auditorium and I was in the VVIP lounge where all the celebrities and politicians were there. However, I was standing all alone at that time and I saw Lalu Prasad Yadav and his wife Rabri Devi. Suddenly Rabri Ji called me saying, 'Ai idhar aao suno showing her hands to me and I couldn't believe she was calling me. I went there and said Ji. So she says, 'tum Kkusum ka bhai banta hain na tumhara naam Shashank hai na? Aur andar jis ladki ki shaadi ho rahi hai wahi tumhari biwi banti hai na serial mein?' Maine kaha haan haan. So, that made me beleive that okay, now I am famous."

Well, the memory is indeed a memorable one!





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