New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: Vikram Bhatt’s ‘Ghulam’ (1998) starring Aamir Khan and Rani Mukherjee in lead roles is typically known as a piece of thrilling drama, which among other things rekindled the hill station of Khandala in its song, ‘Aati Kya Khandala’. The film is back into buzz more than two decades after it first released on the box-office, and this time the reason is COVID crisis, which has hit the ‘Ghulam’ actor Javed Hyder so much that he is pushed to selling the vegetables.

The clip of Javed selling the vegetables has been shared by actress Dolly Bindra on Twitter.

Dolly captioned the clip as, “He is an actor aaj woh sabzi bech raha hain (he’s sellng vegetables today) javed hyder”.

In the second tweet, Dolly, a Bigg Boss Season 4 contestant, wrote, "Javed Hyder is an Indian actor associated with the movie 'Baabarr' (2009), and TV series 'Jeannie Aur Juju' (2012). His 2017 release includes the Hindi drama film 'Life Ki Aisi Ki Taisi'. "

The video features the actor lip-syncing to the song, 'Duniya Mein Rehna Hai' as he sells tomatoes to a buyer. Javed’s Tiktok videos are quite popular on instant-video sharing application TikTok where he has over 97.7 k followers.

In the final tweet of the thread joining the links of ‘Ghulam’ actor’s pandemic-hit situation, Dolly wrote: “No work due to lockdown mahamari #COVID19”

Netizens applauded Javed’s spirit to stand up against the adversities during the currently on-going crisis. “Abhi bhi Uski acting aisi hi hai,”Life ki Aisi ki Taisi.” Good attitude. Shabbash Javed bhai!,” one user wrote.

“Dolly G, Hats off to you ! But our film Industry Bollywood should give work to the Actors who has already prove themselves earlier in the industry working with Great Co Stars & Celebs,” wrote another.

With shootings stopped and schedules put on hold, Mumbai’s entertainment world has been worst-hit by the COVID pandemic. Several stars such as Sonu Sood, Hrithik Roshan, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn and others have come forward to help those affected worst by the stoppage of shootings altogether.

Posted By: Aalok Sensharma