For years, Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda has wowed his fans with outstanding performances. The actor made his playing debut in the 2001 film Monsoon Wedding, but it was the 2010 film Once Upon A Time In Mumbai that gave him his breakthrough. While Randeep Hooda has had a lengthy road to fame in Bollywood and then internationally, he has also experienced his fair share of adversity before entering the business. To make ends meet, the actor worked as a taxi driver in Australia for three years.
Randeep Hooda completed his post-graduate studies in Australia before entering the film business. Hooda, who had a natural talent for acting, did everything he could to stay alive in the nation. During his post-graduation years, he worked a variety of part-time jobs, including three years as a night cab driver. He also cleaned cars and worked as a waiter at a Chinese restaurant.
Randeep Hooda frequently discusses his early years in Australia. However, the actor has a very good attitude about his youth, since it helped him realise his cinematic goals. The actor recently uploaded an old photo of himself standing with a billboard for the 1976 film Taxi Driver on Instagram.
Underneath his thick jacket, the actor donned a checked shirt. He reminisced about his earlier days and stated how committed he was to his acting profession while sharing the photo.
In the year 2000, Randeep Hooda returned to India and began working for an airline. Mira Nair, who had seen him modelling and acting in plays, approached him and invited him to audition for her film Monsoon Wedding. Despite the fact that Randeep Hooda was cast and the film was a blockbuster, it took him four years to get another job.
With his supporting performance in Once Upon A Time In Mumbai, the actor gained notoriety. He went on to star in films such as Jannat 2, Jism 2, and Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster after that. In the successful film Highway, he co-starred with Alia Bhatt, and in the 2016 film Sarbjit, he collaborated with Aishwarya Rai. The actor is now a well-known figure in the industry, and he also worked on Extraction, a film starring Chris Hemsworth.