Comedian Kiku Sharda was told that you are not a celebrity and you were rejected from the shows Nach Baliye and Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. Talking about Kiku Sharda’s career, he started his career in 2001 with the film Mitti, that film also starred Mika Singh, then after that, he also worked in TV serials like Hatim, he appeared in the role of Hobo, then after that. He F.I.R
Kiku Sharda told he was not a celebrity
I played the role of constable Mulayam Singh Gulgule, every time he proved this with his acting, the same people still do not consider him a celebrity. In an interview of Kiku Sharda with Pinkvilla, he told that he had a lot of desire to appear in shows like Jalak Dikhhlaja and Nach Baliye but he said that some people told him that “You are a good actor but not too big, you are not a celebrity.”
Kiko Sharda explains her career
Kiku Sharda explains that things changed as soon as he joined The Kapil Sharma Show, after 4 months he was featured in both shows. Tells that as soon as he started the Kapil Sharma show, he started getting calls from the team of Nach Baliye only after 4 to 5 months and Kiku was very happy then he said yes to Nach Baliye, after that Jhalak Dikhhla I also went to tell that he is very fond of dancing.
Kiku tells that in 2016 he also had to go to jail because he mocked Gurmeet Ram Rahim in a funny way and danced with the liquor neighbors and girls. Although Kiku got to bail the very next day, a section was imposed on him under section 295A, that section was for hurting his religious feelings by insulting the religion or religious belief of any class. Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim was sentenced to 20 years by the court, on which Cheeku said “I went to jail for 1 day and sir went for 20 years”.
Live turning point from the Kapil Sharma show
Kiku Sharda told the turning point of his career in The Kapil Sharma Show. Kiku told that he has got a lot of popularity from this side.
Overall view from the interview
You will get to see the full interview of Kiku Sharda on Pinkvilla’s site. It really gives a feeling to move forward listening to the life story of Kiku Sharda.