Actor-singer Aparshakti Khurana talked about when he first faced rejection and it was related to selling washing machines on television.
Khurana opened up recently on a podcast about a funny incident. One of the times he was rejected was when he went to audition for a teleshopping network. He said, "Not even my parents know this. But I was rejected by a television shopping network due to high pitch and over-the-top energy. I had to sell a washing machine! I guess I wasn't cut out for that".
On the work front, Aparshakti will next be seen in 'Berlin', a crime thriller. He will be seen playing a deaf and mute interpreter.
The action thriller has been produced by Zee Studios, Atul Sabharwal, and Manav Shrivastav under the banner of Yippee Ki Yay Motion Pictures.
[With Inputs from IANS]