Mithun Chakraborty won the National Award in the first film
Mithun Chakraborty made his debut with the 1976 film Mrigaya, in which the actor won his first National Award. Later, he made a mark among the audience through popular films like Disco Dancer, Ghulami, Guru, Vardat, Boxer and Agneepath. In the early 2000s, Mithun left hero roles and started playing character roles. He was recently seen in Vivek Agnihotri’s The Kashmir Files.
Shabana Azmi reveals the specialty of Janaki Kutir
Shabana Azmi recently told CNN in a new interview that “Janki Kutir was a place where all kinds of strugglers were always coming, and whether abba or mummy, they always anchored them. said that Kari Struggler had no place to live, during which a lot of artists (Zarina Wahab and Kanwaljit Singh) used to come and live with us.
He further said, “Mithun Chakraborty was very tense about the fact that his teeth were out, so he used to keep his mouth shut whenever he smiled. He was also upset that his skin color was dark. Despite the fact that he had joined our company, during this time the feeling of insecurity was lost from them. My mother would often counsel him to get out of his negativity.
Mithun Chakraborty faced difficult situations in his early days in the film industry. During his appearance on singing reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs, Mithun had said that he does not want anyone to make a biopic on him.
Mithun doesn’t want his biopic to be made
“I never want anyone to go through what I’ve been through my life with. Everyone has seen struggles and faced difficult situations, but I was always looked down because of my skin tone. I have been humiliated for many years because of my skin. I have seen days when I had to sleep on an empty stomach, I used to cry a lot during that time. That’s the only reason I don’t want my biopic to ever be made! My story will never inspire anyone, it can break them from the inside.