Pratik Gandhi Recalls A Time Before Scam 1992 Where He Was Homeless And Yet Didn’t Doubt His DecisionBollywood
Mindset is Everything and Scam 1992 fame Pratik Gandhi has proved it. He has always followed his heart without having a mental breakdown as his focus was on finding the solution not the problem
Pratik Gandhi rose to immense fame overnight with his character of Harshad Mehta in Scam 1992 who changed the map of the Indian economy. While some consider him God, some consider him a person who exploited India’s economy for the worst by figuring the loop holes. But before this whole glitz and glam came over to him, Pratik Gandhi had a phase in his life where he was homeless and his trained mind set helped him get out of the worst problems.
Talking about types of troubles Pratim says that from financial trouble, financial crisis, medical trouble, he’s seen it all. But he never experienced a moment of breakdown or self-doubt, somehow. He’s the kind of person, the moment he see issues, he tends to think about the solutions. And that’s how his mind is trained
He also shares that everybody goes through this. There were some medical emergencies at home, be it his wife’s brain tumour operation, his father’s cancer. Eventually they lost him in 2018. Buying a house in Mumbai is a big deal. Even after a decade of being in Mumbai, there was a time when we didn’t have a house, suddenly the whole family was homeless. You struggle at that time, you manoeuver yourself, your emotions, and the whole family. And when you have a full-fledged family and you decide to quit your stable job and get into something like this, that is another struggle.
Seems like all the hardwork and taking risks has paid off for Gandhi and today he’s a well known face in the industry and his career has just begun.
The actor is now gearing up for his Bollywood debut with Bhavai which he was more than willing to do even before Scam 1992 happened to him. Apart from this the actor will be seen appearing in a special episode of Amitabh Bachchan hosted Kaun Banega Crorepati. He also has a short film Shimmy, and Six Suspects in his kitty.