• Sahil Anand spoke about his says of battle. He stated he had to decide on between his meals as he had monetary points.

PUBLISHED ON AUG 06, 2021 01:17 PM IST

Actor Sahil Anand has recalled his preliminary days in movie trade when he had to decide on between lunch or dinner. He additionally opened up on dwelling with half a dozen individuals in a home ‘with out a mattress’. Sahil additionally revealed that his dad and mom weren’t eager on him selecting the leisure subject.

In a latest interview, Sahil Anand additionally stated that he has by no means been to an performing college as he did not have cash for it. His journey began with the tv present MTV Roadies following, which he featured in a number of tv exhibits.

Speaking with Times Now, Sahil stated, “I just had money to survive or I had money only to decide whether I will have dinner or lunch. This happened for 1-2 years. I had to decide every day whether I would have lunch or dinner. That was the struggle I went through. I have been there and lived with 5-6 people in a house without a bed. Neeche sote thei (We would sleep on the ground).”

“It is more difficult when you are from a good family. I had a lot of struggles. I am from a decent good family and I came in my own wish. My parents did not want me to be in this field. I never took any money from them. I hardly had any money to go to an acting school. I just had money to survive,” he added.

Last month, Sahil introduced his determination to give up social media. However, a number of days later he took to Instagram and issued an apology video for ‘unintentionally’ scaring individuals together with his message. He had stated that he did a ‘darkish movie’ which left him disturbed and he needed to seek the advice of a psychologist.


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Sahil debuted on MTV Roadies in 2006. He then portrayed the position of Anupam Sengupta in Kasautii Zindagii Kay. Sahil stepped into Bollywood with Student of the Year (2012). He has additionally starred in Babloo Happy Hai in 2014 and Student of the Year 2 in 2019.


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