From A Small Town In Rajasthan To Big Cinematic World, Actor Anvarul Hasan Annu's Journey Is Inspiring!
Shah Rukh Khan once said, "There is only one religion in the world - hard work". The superstar of Bollywood truly showed us how hard work could help you achieve your dreams, success and stardom. One such talented actor who has worked hard to succeed in his acting career is Anvarul Hasan Annu. Anvarul is a popular actor who hails from Rajashtan and made his mark in the film industry with his immense skills.
From a small town in Rajasthan to the big cinematic world, Anvarul Hasan Annu is quite fascinating. Growing up, he enjoyed watching movies, mimicking different actors and mouthing their dialogues with his friends. Little did he know his playful hobby would turn into passion and profession one day. When the actor landed in Mumbai, he joined the Namit Kapoor Acting Institute in Mumbai.
After several auditions, rejections and a long wait, actor Anvarul Hasan Annu made his debut with a music video, 'Naina ni Billo'. The music video, also starring Ruma Sharma, went on to become a super hit. The amazing response to his first acting project encouraged the young actor to keep doing such great work.
After the success of his first music video, actor Anvarul starred in a big music video, 'Lakk Shake' music video, along with Govinda's daughter Tina Ahuja. The music video received more than 5 million videos on YouTube. Up next, Anvarul will appear in a movie called 'Ek Kahani'. which is slated to release next year.
About his acting dreams and career so far, actor Anvarul Hasan Annu says, "I have worked very hard to be where I am today. The film industry looks glamorous, but it's competitive and one has to keep going on. But once you connect with audience with your talent and characters, nothing can stop you from succeeding. My journey has been a roller coaster ride, but the success of my first few projects has made me positive. I can't wait to keep doing such brilliant work for coming years."
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