Khayali Saharan is a popular Indian comedian and a director. He hailed from the village 18 SPD Badopal in the district of Hanumangarh, Rajasthan. He comes from a poor household. He is the youngest son of Daulat Ram Saharan. He is a poor man, with an enormous talent to make his audiences laugh just by throwing one-liners. He started to entertain people in school where he used to perform comedic materials on his friends and teachers; and this made him decide to become a stand-up comedian.
Saharan works as a watchman in the Ganganagar Sugar Mills, but he lost his one hand. Luckily,
from Prempura village assisted and treated him. Saharan decided to leave his job as a watchman and to enter the Ramlila party. He moved to Chandigarh after the NRI; Mr. Rohit Batra got impressed with his talents. He took Saharan and brought him to Chandigarh in the year 2000; he worked as a stage master and a laughter actor.
He performed at Delhi Khyali where
attended. He was late, and Saharan was already playing when he arrived. Saharan impressed the team of Star One channel and called him to have an audition in Mumbai. Subsequently, he moved to Mumbai and joined the Laughter Challenge. He represented Jaipur in various state level comedy competitions. He also works as an anchor on some television comedy shows and even made a record of being a stand-up comedian for the whole 2-hours. He joined the shows, The Great Indian Laughter Challenge and the Comedy Circus. He also participated in SAB TV’s
Comedy Ka King Kaun
. Saharan was part of the popular film Singh Is King. His sons are also working on some TV ads.
Saharan wishes that his birthplace will become an education center in the name of his late grandfather, Chaudhary Rawat Ram Saharan. He is willing to spend 1 and a half crore for this project. His goal is to convey free education to the poor children. He believes that education is a significant development of the children, and this will be possible if an institution will give all the needs of the students to progress. Later, Saharan built the Oasis Sainik School, which primarily deals with children who wants to become a military officer. He is also an activist of the Animal rights and Welfare Movement and a Brand Ambassador of the India’s PFA Haryana/OIPA.
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Khayali Saharan is an actor and a comedian. He is also a laughter champion. He is from Rajasthan, India. He made his way to success in Laughter Challenge. He started his journey in the Bollywood. He is a winner of Great Indian Laughter Challenge. He got huge name and fame through that TV show. He was from a very simple rural family and worked in JCT Mills, Sri Ganganagar. Then he thought that he might be good at acting, so he moved to Chandigarh and started learning to act. His father name was Daulat Ram Saharan. He was his youngest son. He was a self-made man with an immense potential to make the viewers laugh. He is famous for his one-liners. His earliest practices of entertaining people were when he was in school. He performed many comic items among his friends, schoolmates and teachers. His efforts and practices in his early days were the deciding factors for him to choose the stand-up comedian as his profession.
He worked in JCT Ganganagar Sugar Mill. He worked there as a watchman. There he lost one of his hands in an accident. At this difficult time, he was assisted by a social worker, Anil Chaudhary. He is from the Prempura village. He helped him to get treated. He joined in Ramlila Party after leaving his job at Sugar Mills. He worked for this party during day time. He also represented Jaipur in several state level comedy contests. He also anchored in many TV shows. He came to limelight when he participated in two comedy shows - The Great Indian Laughter Challenge on Star One channel and Comedy Circus on Sony Entertainment Television channel.
He also participated in the reality show "Comedy Ka King Kaun". It is a comedy show on SAB TV channel. He derives his comedy around experiences from daily life; and also from his funny interactions with day to day people. He set a record of stand-up comedy for two full hours. He recently acted in the famous film "Singh Is King" alongside Akshay Raj and a song "Bhootni Ka" was shot on him as lead. His sons are also growing into TV ads.
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Khayali was born in a village named SDP Badopal in Hanumangarh district, Rajasthan. He was born to a destitute family, and his father was Daulat Ram Saharan. Being the youngest son in his family, nobody had ever dreamed that Khayali would become the Laughter Champion of Rajasthan and would earn a big name in the field of comedy.
Khayali worked for about six years in a JCT Cloth mill in Ganganagar where he lost his one of the hands while working in the factory. Khayali never lost hope and was determined to start working in the comedy genre. After the incident, Khayali took a two years course in drama and on 24 January, 2006, he gave his first ever audition in got selected in the first attempt. Khayali has appeared in many movies including Journey... Bombay to Goa,
Singh Is Kinng
, Marudhar Mharo Ghar, Meri Padosan.
The song ‘Bhutnike’ of Singh Is Kinng was shot on him. Khayali represented Jaipur in various state level comedy contests and has anchored many T.V. shows. Khayali had made his appearance in two comedy shows as participant namely The Great Indian Laughter Challenge and Comedy Circus on Star One and Sony channel respectively. Recently, Khayali donated a sum of about 1.25 crores and 20 bighas to his village to open an education center for the poor children so that they could also avail the world class education and services. Khayali is a very down to earth person and says that the success should never overcome the mind of the individual.
Khayali never received education, and for him attaining the success was very hard. Khayali had also set up a record of doing stand-up comedy continuously for about two long hours. Khayali is a comedian and a celebrity who overcame his difficulties and achieved a lot in his life, and his story will inspire many other artists.