Filmmaker Rohit Shetty opened up about his journey in Bollywood and revealed how he had faced numerous struggles in the early days of his career. The filmmaker in a recent interview revealed that his first job paid him only ₹35 and he had to choose between food and travel to make ends meet.

Rohit Shetty is the son of actor-action choreographer MB Shetty. He marked his prominence in Bollywood with the Golmaal franchise and his cop universe films. Rohit has also directed films like Bol Bachchan(2012), Chennai Express (2013) and Dilwale(2015).

Rohit in an interview said that his journey was not easy though people think that it was easier for him because he comes from a film background. When I started working, I used to get just ₹35. Many times it happened that I had to choose between food and travel. Sometimes I had to miss food and sometimes travel. I also started walking on the set.”

He further told the story about his early days, how he and his family shifted from Santa Cruz to Dahisar to his grandmother’s house. Due to financial issues, his family didn’t have a house to live in, and that is when they started living with his grandmother. He used to walk from Andheri to Malad. It used to take him a couple of hours to reach. “I know the lanes so now when I tell my driver Take this route, not that, he looks at me in the rearview mirror ‘How does he know, was he a thief before?’,” Shetty revealed.

Rohit Shetty’s recently released film Sooryavanshi was a box-office success. The film starred Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif in lead roles. Akshay portrayed the role of an Anti-terrorism Squad chief in the film. The film also had cameos by Ranveer Singh as ‘Simmba’ and Ajay Devgn as ‘Singham’

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