New Delhi: TV actor Zeeshan Khan of ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ fame just lately tried to create a Guinness World Record by making an attempt to board an Air India flight in a bathrobe! Yes, you heard that proper! The younger, zealous actor, who has a YouTube channel, recorded the ordeal and shared it on the video-sharing website for his followers to witness. Unfortunately, the actor wasn’t ready to board the flight as Air India authorities weren’t snug with letting him in carrying a bathrobe on the airplane.
Zeeshan was fairly disenchanted along with his and known as Air India employees an enormous ‘bummer’. In the video, he was seen carrying a masks and a bathrobe on the airport and telling his good friend that he is going to be the primary particular person to journey on a flight in a bathrobe ever. Later, one of many employees members approaches him and explains to him that carrying soley a bathrobe is not allowed on the flight.
Check out the hilarious video:
Fans had been fairly supportive of his ‘bathrobe’ stunt and praised him for his goofy, enjoyable-loving character.
Earlier, the actor had opened up on the harrowing apply of casting sofa in an interview with ETimes. He stated, “I believe every actor at some time, in his/her life has had to face this horrible truth. When you’re here, you can’t skip it – therefore I think almost everyone has experienced the phenomenon.”
In the identical interview, he additionally spoke in regards to the a number of struggles he confronted earlier than bagging the position of Aryan in ‘Kumkum Bhagya’. He revealed that earlier than his large break, he was capturing for a present that sadly, obtained scrapped by the makers.
Here’s what he stated: “After Kuch Toh Hai Tere Mere Darmiyaan went off air, I was immediately offered a negative role on another show. But the director wasn’t happy with my work, which led to an untimely exit. Then some thousand auditions later, I managed to bag a show, which got scrapped after six months of shoot. While these events were disheartening and sad, I kept telling myself that good talent won’t go unnoticed,”