Comedian and actor Sudesh Lehri is not interested in any identity today. He has worked in many big films ranging from comedy shows. Whenever he appears on the screen, the audience laughs. Sudesh Lehri has worked very hard to reach this point.Comedian and actor Sudesh Lehri is not interested in any identity today. He has worked in many big films ranging from comedy shows. Whenever he appears on the screen, the audience laughs. Sudesh Lehri has worked very hard to reach this point. His childhood was spent in extreme poverty. There was no money to even food in his house, but he never gave up and never let poverty get in his way. Today we know-how was the childhood of Sudesh Lehri and how he made such a big identity in the industry.
Sudesh Lehri, who used to eat roti by adding salt to the water, had told that there was so much tightness in the house that he could never go to school. During the interview, he said, 'I was born in Jalandhar. Later we came to Amritsar. As a child, I hit a lot. I learned gold work from my father. At that time the father used to earn 100-200 rupees. He used to drink so much that all the money was lost. In such a situation, the expenses of the house could not be met. There was a pair of slippers in the house. If the sister has gone wearing it, I used to wear it when she came back. Sometimes it used to be such that we used to eat roti by adding salt to the water. I never went to school because we didn't have money to pay fees.Sudesh Lehri, who bought the ration by selling the award, told that the family members had put him to work at the tea shop. He said, 'I have seen so many sorrows in my life that God should not show this sorrow to my enemy. I have done a lot of work in Punjab. Once a man came home and said that we want to honor you, then at that time there was no roti to eat at my house. The house was about to be sold, the children were ill. The condition was very bad, so I asked the man how much would be an award, then he said 300-400 rupees. I told him to give me money instead of the award. He gave me money and then he honored me on stage with the same award. With the money I got instead of the award, I bought rations and fed the family.
Working with big stars
, he further said, 'I used to do shows in Punjab. One show used to get 1 thousand rupees. During that time one of my shows became a hit and my name became very popular in Punjab. When the show 'The Great Indian Laughter Challenge' started, the makers called me to Mumbai. I got a standing ovation in the very first episode. From here my life changed. After this Sudesh never looked back. These days he is seen making the audience laugh with his comedy in 'The Kapil Sharma Show. Apart from this, Sudesh has worked in many films. He has worked in films like 'Naughty at 40', Salman Khan's 'Ready, 'Jai Ho' and 'Great Grand Masti' and 'Total Dhamaal'.