Actor Javed Hyder aka Master Javed went viral on social media recently as he was seen selling vegetables on a cart. Many jumped to the conclusion that Javed was trying to make ends meet by turning a vendor, since some actors openly came out and said they were facing financial crunch during the lockdown.

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However, Javed has now clarified in an interview that he was not selling vegetables on the cart to make a living but was simply making videos to motivate people and make them understand that ‘no job is small’.

About the videos that went viral on social media and showed him selling vegetables, Javed told a website, “I am not selling vegetables. I am an actor by profession and currently because of lockdown, I am not doing anything. As an actor to keep myself busy and occupied I started making musical videos on an App. My daughter was using that App and she encouraged me to make some videos.”

He added, “Today, with God’s grace I don’t have any monetary issues, but if at all it happens in future I won’t shy from selling vegetables as no job is small.”

Javed has worked in films like Baabarr, Ghulam and TV soap Jeannie Aur Juju. In 2017, he featured in Hindi drama film Life Ki Aisi Ki Taisi.

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Javed Hyder, who has worked in films like Baabarr (2009) and Aamir Khan-Rani Mukherji’s Ghulam (1998) and TV series Jeannie Aur Juju (2012) is having a difficult time to make ends meet. He has resorted to selling vegetables. The clip of him selling vegetables has been shared by Dolly Bindra on Twitter.

Read: Aamir Khan’s Ghulam Co-Actor Javed Hyder is Selling Vegetables to Make Ends Meet

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Javed Hyder, who has worked in films like Baabarr (2009) and Aamir Khan-Rani Mukherji’s Ghulam (1998) and TV series Jeannie Aur Juju (2012) is having a difficult time to make ends meet. He has resorted to selling vegetables. The clip of him selling vegetables has been shared by Dolly Bindra on Twitter. The clip is a fun TikTok video which Javed had originally uploaded on the video-sharing portal.

Dolly captioned the clip as, “He is an actor aaj woh sabzi bech raha hain javed hyder”.

In another tweet, she wrote, “Javed Hyder is an Indian actor associated with the movie ‘Baabarr’ (2009), and TV series ‘Jeannie Aur Juju’ (2012). His 2017 release includes the Hindi drama film ‘Life Ki Aisi Ki Taisi’. “

The video features the actor perfectly lip-syncing to song, ‘Duniya Mein Rehna Hai’ as he sells a packet of tomatoes to a customer. This is not the first time that he has made a TikTok video while selling vegetables. His videos are quite popular on TikTok and he has over 97.7 k followers.

Even though it is unfortunate that the actor has had to resort to selling vegetables netizens have lauded his spirit of never giving up.

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Bollywood actor Aamir Khan is a perfectionist in all sense. From acting and dancing to singing, the star has tried and aced it all. While one might miss regular updates from the 3 Idiots star in the lockdown days, his old videos are surfacing on internet giving his fans another reason to celebrate.

An old clip of Aamir singing Aati Kya Khandala is being frequently shared these days online. The #FlashbackFriday video seems to be shot a few years ago as he looks much younger. With combed hair, specs, black blazer and grey trousers, the actor is sitting on a couch and crooning the hit number.

Here’s a look at the video:

The original song Aati Kya Khandala from the 1998 movie Ghulam was sung by Aamir and playback singer Alka Yagnik and composed by Jatin-Lalit. Aamir played the lead role in the Vikram Bhatt-directed movie opposite his co-star Rani Mukherji.

In the near future, Aamir will be seen working with Kareena Kapoor Khan in Laal Singh Chaddha, a Hindi adaptation of the Tom Hanks-starrer Forrest Gump. The Hollywood flick was very popular and even fetched Tom Hanks his second-Best Actor award at the Oscars.

Aamir’s movie Dil recently completed 30 years. His co-star in the film Madhuri Dixit Nene wrote a lovely post describing the experience of working with the Dangal actor. “#30YearsOfDil Working with @_aamirkhan was so much fun! I remember how #IndraKumar gave us an earful every day for joking around & playing tricks on the sets… Thanks to the team’s hard work & your love, the film did well & I also won my first Filmfare award,” she wrote.

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