When Inspector Happu Singh Yogesh Tripathi used to spend the night sleeping at the station, one day’s earnings will blow your mind
Happu Singh did acting debut
Happu Singh alias Yogesh Tripathi is a resident of Uttar Pradesh. He has done his studies from Bundelkhand University, Jhansi. He made his acting debut with the TV show ‘FIR’. You have also seen him in ‘Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain’ and in that too he was seen in the role of a policeman. However, his role was added to it just like that. But when the love of the audience started pouring in, then a whole show was made in his name.
How did Yogesh Tripathi become Happu Singh?
Happu Singh aka Yogesh Tripathi recalled his struggle days in an interview and told that he started his acting career by lying to his father. His father wanted his son to become a teacher and not an actor because he himself was a physics lecturer. But later Yogesh joined theater and started playing.
Yogesh Tripathi used to sleep at the railway station
When Yogesh Tripathi came to Mumbai to try his luck, he spent many nights at the railway station because he had no money at that time. When things didn’t work out after going around production houses and wearing shoes, he decided to go back and when he came to Mumbai with preparations, he started getting advertisements. Role offers started rolling in in the episode.
Happu Singh’s hairstyle made by himself
Very few people know that the hairstyle of Happu Singh was invented by Yogesh Tripathi. Yogesh had done other shows in this hairstyle. His style was discussed a lot there. People liked it. So when the actor got a chance, he did the same hairstyle for Happu Singh.
Happu Singh earns this much a day
Yogesh Tripathi had said in the interview that he has no messiah in this industry. He has spent 12-12 hours in line for the audition. Many times they were returned without audition. But he did not give up and he persevered. As a result, everyone likes him today. He gets around 35 thousand rupees per episode for this show. This is claimed in media reports.