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Rajkummar Rao reveals how he was rejected by Boogie Woogie

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Rajkummar Rao reveals how he was rejected by Boogie Woogie

Rajkummar Rao’s journey from a Gurgaon boy to an actor that the youth follows wasn’t a cakewalk. The actor has had his own sets of struggles and had to overcome all sorts of hurdles to be what he is today in the industry. He has time and again proved his mettle through his dedication and acting skills. The actor has given us all the reasons to praise him through his portrayal of different sort of characters with such excellence. From Trapped to Omerta, Rajkummar has evolved in terms of his career. 2018 proved out to be a beneficial year as his film Stree became the talk of the town.

We all have seen playing all his roles to perfection but do you know that Raj wanted to become a dancer at first not an actor. Yes, you read that right. Recently, the cast of Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga visited the sets of the dance reality show Super Dancer Chapter 3. In the show, he revealed that he was very fond of dancing and wanted to become a dancer. He had travelled to Mumbai by train to fulfil his dream of becoming a dancer. He revealed that he had to come to Mumbai when he was sixteen for the auditions of the popular dance show, Boogie Woogie, and was rejected. He was left disheartened but credits the very rejection for his achievement.

Talking about his dream to become a dancer, Rajkummar said, “I was in the tenth standard when I came to Mumbai from Gurgaon for the first time, I always wanted to be a dancer and came here for the auditions of Boogie Woogie where I got rejected. I was sixteen years old when I came here. I was very disheartened by that rejection then but today I am so glad that I got rejected. It got me to a better career that I am in today.” Well, Rajkummar is now being appreciated for his role as Sahil Mirza in Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga. Have you seen the film on the big screens?