Throwback to Time when Manoj Bajpayee hid in ladies’ bathroom

Dial 100 lead, Manoj and Sakshi reminisced their early days when Manoj was Sakshi’s instructor

Actor Manoj Bajpayee and his fellow Dial 100 co-star Sakshi Tanwar reminisced when he was her acting coach when she was in college in New Delhi. Manoj stated that he had always known she had what it took to excel in the industry and had quietly admired her growth over the years.
Sakshi Tanwar recounted how she was saved his rage in an interview, and Manoj Bajpayee discussed his discomfort about going to a women’s institution.

“I recall her from there, and I remember asking her, ‘You should take this very seriously since you’re so brilliant,'” he told to a media outlet. ” And she made me so proud from afar.”

We’ve rarely spoken on the phone since she came from there until now, yet I’ve been secretly extremely proud of what she’s created of herself. She’s proven that I was correct in giving her the lead part.”

Manoj added, remembering about the period, “I’ll tell you something: going to LSR made me feel really weird. It was a women’s college, and I am an incredibly timid person. In the front of girls, I’d be really nervous. So I’d have a couple of females stand at the gate for me.

When they didn’t turn up one day, I walked across the street to pass time at a dhaba… I went into a women’s restroom there one day. And When I was there, a couple females came in and hesitated to go. As a result, I had to hide there until the road was clear.”
Manoj Bajpayee’s year has been jam-packed with digital releases. He initially featured in the ZEE5 film Silence… Can You Hear It?, and then in the eagerly awaited second season of Amazon Prime Video’s The Family Man. A week afterwards, he appeared in Netflix anthology Ray’s Hungama Hai Kyon Barpa, directed by Abhishek Chaubey. This is his second ZEE5 film of the year.


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