Anupam Kher is thrilled because former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon asked him to sign the actor's autobiography. The actor took to Twitter to share a brief video that has him giving an autograph to Ki-moon. "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," Anupam captioned the video, which has received more than 20.3k views.
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. 🙏🙏 pic.twitter.com/AJlfS1QAZ3— Anupam Kher (@AnupamPKher) October 19, 2019
Meanwhile, on the professional front, Anupam Kher has emerged as a man of international presence. Currently, Anupam Kher is working in the American drama series 'New Amsterdam' and his role as Dr. Kapoor in the series has won the hearts of the audience. Anupam Kher's last Bollywood outing 'One Day' released on July 5. The crime thriller film which also starred Esha Gupta, Kumud Mishra, Nasir Khan, and Anusmriti Sarkar in the lead was highly appreciated by the audience.
On the other hand, Anupam Kher recently launched his autobiography titled 'Lessons life taught me, unknowingly'. The excerpt of the book which reads: "A fascinating life story peppered with incredible life lessons that are bound to resonate with every aspiring artiste and, most of all, the common man," records the actor's journey since he was 10 years old.
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