Whenever there is a match between India and Pakistan cricket teams, before this match, advertisements start making a splash on TV.
Whenever there is a cricket match between India and Pakistan, it is discussed everywhere. From outside the field to the inside of the field, the atmosphere remains hot. The presence of this competition is also seen in TV commercials, in which one of the most famous advertisements is ‘Mauka-Mauka’. For the first time this advertisement was seen on TV during the World Cup in 2015 and since then this advertisement comes whenever India and Pakistan cricket teams clash. It has one more thing in common with the tagline Mauka-Mauka being common and that is the Pakistani fan-turned-actor in this. He is actually Indian and his name is Vishal Malhotra. We are going to tell you about them in more detail.
Vishal Malhotra is a resident of Delhi. He was 25 years old when he first appeared in this advertisement and is now 32 years old. Before trying his hand at acting, Malhotra also worked for Accenture. He was an engineer. He has served in this company for one year.
Malhotra, who came to acting after leaving the job, worked with Shahrukh Khan in the advertisement of Lux soap. Apart from this, he has also appeared in advertisements for Sony, KFC and Priya Gold Biscuit.
Apart from working in the ad film, Malhotra has also worked in films. He has shown his performance in films like Ragini MMS 2 and 1920 London.
He became famous after coming to the Ed by chance. He became so famous that he started taking 80 selfies in a day. He appeared in the first ed but did not appear in the second as it was his only contract but the company called him back in the third ed seeing the popularity. He took the first ed because he had a chance to earn 20 to 25 thousand rupees in a day.
Vishal Malhotra (5) (1)
When he was shooting for this advertisement in Mumbai, a policeman mistook him to be a resident of Karachi. He himself told this thing in an interview. Malhotra has also worked in the TV serial ‘Yeh Pyaar Nahi To Kya Hai’.