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Ex U.N secretary-general Moon sweet gesture wins Anupam Kher's heart

By Bombay Talkies 10 20, 2019 | 08:00 AM
Recently Moon in an event requested Anupam Kher for an autograph on his autobiography.

Anupam Kher is one of the most prolific actors India has ever produced and has over more than 500 films in his kitty. He is a winner of two National awards, eight Filmfare awards and is also a recipient of the Padma Shree and Padma Bhushan awards. The actor in his long career has not only showcased his talent in Bollywood but also in several Hollywood projects such as the Golden Globe-nominated Bend It Like Beckham (2002), Ang Lee's Golden Lion-winning Lust, Caution (2007), and David O. Russell's Oscar-winning Silver Linings Playbook (2012). He received a BAFTA nomination for his supporting role in the British television sitcom The Boy with the Topknot (2018).

 

Recently the actor took to his Twitter handle to share a brief video for all the Indians out there in which the latter can be seen giving an autograph to Ban Ki-moon. For those of you who aren't aware, Moon is a South Korean politician and diplomat who served as the eighth Secretary-General of the United Nations from January 2007 to December 2016

 

 He captioned the video, "My most cherished moment was when the 8th #SecretaryGeneral of @UN #BanKiMoon asked me to sign my autobiography for him. Him saying #Dhanyawad (thank you in Hindi) at the end was the real clincher for me. #JaiHo. Great to be at the @asiainit gala. Thank you for inviting me," the video has received 30.1k views as of now.

 

The veteran actor's book is titled "Lessons Life Taught Me, Unknowingly" which had hit the stands on 5th August 2019. Kher also has a best-selling book in his kitty. The Best Thing About You Is You! which has been translated into six languages.