Champaran’s Sushil Kumar won Rs 5 crore on the firth season of hit quiz present, Kaun Banega Crorepati. He continues to be among the many largest winners of the present however says that life after the present has been nothing however difficult. In a note posted on his Facebook web page, Sushil has written all concerning the trials and tribulations he needed to face after profitable the jackpot. From getting hooked on booze and cigarette, getting duped by cheats, making some dangerous choices to even ruining his relationship together with his spouse, Sushil talked about all that went mistaken.
He titled the note as ‘The worst time of my life was after I won KBC’. He wrote, “From 2015 to 2016, it was the most difficult time of my life and I could not figure out what to do.” Sushil mentioned that proper after his win, he was requested to seem for capabilities and numerous occasions in Bihar nearly 15 days in a month. This led to him placing his schooling within the again seat. Because the media would hold taking his interviews and ask for updates on his life, he made investments in a number of companies simply in order that he would have one thing to inform the journalists. However, most of these ventures flopped.
Sushil then turned a philanthropist, donating nearly Rs 50,000 each month to totally different causes. He later found out that he was being duped. Even his relationship together with his spouse suffered as she believed he had no clue about which individual he ought to belief. Sushil mentioned that the couple additionally nearly obtained divorced.
He talked about that good issues additionally occurred to him as he met with a number of pupil teams in Delhi who would inform him concerning the world and expose him to new concepts. “But all this was followed by an addiction, of cigarettes and alcohol. Whenever we would meet, it would be over booze and cigarettes,” he mentioned.
Sushil mentioned that he turned a giant fan of motion pictures and would spend hours on his laptop computer watching movies. This impressed him to change into a filmmaker too. He arrived in Mumbai with hopes of being a filmmaker however was suggested to work on TV soaps first as an alternative. He wrote a script for a movie which offered for Rs 20,000. He would spend all day watching motion pictures at his house and smoking cigarettes.
“Staying in all day and reading about things made me take an unbiased look at myself and I realised that I didn’t come to Mumbai to become a filmmaker but to run away from my own self. The true happiness is in doing what your heart wants to do. You can never calm down you ego. It’s a thousand times better to be a good human than a famous one,” he mentioned.
Sushil then returned house to Mumbai and have become a trainer. He mentioned he obtained rid of his boozing behavior in 2016 and hasn’t smoked since final 12 months.