Interesting Facts About Happu Singh From ‘Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai’

Real Interesting Facts About Happu Singh of Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai

Like Angoori Bhabi, Vibhuti Narayan Mishra and Anita Bhabi, Happu Singh is one of the popular characters of ‘Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai’. Audience love his style especially his dialogues like - तुम तो भोत बड़ी चिरांद हो यार… अरे दादा, लाओ कछु न्यौछावर कर देयो”



Today, we are going to unveil some real interesting facts about Happu Singh

1. Happu Singh real name is Yogesh Tripathi.  According to him, people don’t easily recognize him that he is the one who is playing the popular character of Happu Singh in Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai’.



2. He hails from a small town in Jhansi. Excluding Yogesh, all his family members are in the profession of teaching so no one give a thought of acting. After completing his BSc in Mathematics, Yogesh went to Lucknow to learn acting. In 2005, Mumbai called him where he struggles a lot.



3. After struggling for two consecutive years in Mumbai, he got a break in Chloromint Ad (Dubaraa Mat Poochhna) which became very popular.  After that, he worked in so many TV ads. Then, he got his first television show ‘F.I.R’ in which he played the role of a funny doctor. From ‘F.I.R’ he started coming in the limelight and soon he bagged a role in the comedy show ‘Chidiya Ghar’.



4. According to Yogesh Tripathi, his father was unhappy after knowing that his son wants to make his career in acting. His father wants Yogesh to build a career in the teaching profession, like other members of the family. But, today everything is completely fine and his family is so content with his success and immense popularity.



5. According to Yogesh, he will follow his hardcore passion for acting and wants to work in the films soon. He is so versatile that he can rock in any look, be it wearing a men's winter hat or any other accessory.



Well, we hope for his success in future. If you love this post and want to share something with us, comment down in the section below. 

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