Johny Lever Biography
Johnny Lever was conceived as John Prakasa Rao Janumala on the 14th of August, 1957 to Karunamma Janumala and Prakash Rao Janumala in the region of Prakasam in Andhra Pradesh, India. Telegu is his primary language and he had been raised in Mumbai’s King’s Circle Area in Dharavi. He did his educating from the Andhra Telegu School and he sought after his training till the seventh grade. He exited school after that because of budgetary issues in the crew. He then began doing odd occupations like offering pens on the occupied boulevards of Mumbai by imitating a few Bollywood stars furthermore moving to a few Bollywood tunes. Jimmy Moses, his sibling is likewise an eminent comic who has chipped away at the arrangements of ‘Drama Circus’ and additionally ‘The Great Indian Laughter Challenge’. Amid his initial days in the city of Yakutpura in Hyderabad, he began learning parody acting. He was significantly propelled by humorists like Mehmood, Kishor Kumar and Johnny Walker and he built up an energy for stand up satire and mimicry. He was additionally incredibly impacted by mimicry specialists, for example, Nerella Venumadhav and Dinesh Hingoo. He then looked for the direction of Pratap Jani, his tutor and Ram Kumar, the mimicry craftsman to take in the craft of mimicry.
Johnny Lever had been a representative in an industrial facility in Mumbai having a place with Hindustan Lever. Amid his working hours, he regularly entertained his partners by impersonating the American vocalist and performer, Elvis Presley. He once even performed in front of an audience at some capacity in his production line. Johnny’s notoriety amongst his associates and officers got him the moniker of ‘Johnny Lever’.
He began performing in musical symphonies like Tabassum Hit Parade and not long after in the wake of getting notoriety, he selected himself in the gathering of the fanciful music heading couple, Kalyanji and Anandji. With them, Johnny Lever did various stage shows and world visits through which he got a ton of gratefulness and introduction. The visit with Amitabh Bachchan in the year 1982, was his greatest visit at first.
The performer, Sunil Dutt once saw Johnny’s execution in one of his shows and he was truly inspired by Johnny’s ability and potential. He in this manner offered him a part in the film ‘Dard Ka Rishta’ which was Johnny’s first film in his vocation.
Amid the 1980s, Johnny Lever discharged his drama/mimicry collection called ‘Hansee Ke Hungame’ which was a hit both at the household showcase also at the abroad market. The achievement of this collection expanded his prominence to a larger amount. He had even showed up on TV advertisements like the one coordinated by Shekhar Kapoor for ‘Kachua chhap’ incense.
In the year 1986, Johnny Level performed in a philanthropy system called ‘Trust 86’. He performed before the entire Hindi shooting group as fillerand his execution at the show was incredibly refreshing by the crowd. Seeing his ability the prestigious maker Gul Anand offered Johnny a part in his film “Jalwa” with the celebrated Naseeruddin Shah.
Johnny Lever got his first break in ‘Tum Par Hum Qurban’ trailed by ‘Dard Ka Rishta’. He has acted in over 350 motion pictures which included films like ‘Kishen Kanhaiya’, ‘Khatarnak’, “Kasam” and ‘Tezaab’. His first real achievement accompanied the Abbas Mustan film ‘Baazigar’.His part of that of “Babulal” in this film was incredibly refreshing by numerous. Taking after ‘Baazigar’, Johnny showed up in every other film in a supporting part. Aside from films, he even attempted his hand in various live shows. One of his most renowned live exhibitions was at the 1999 Filmfare recompenses where he mimicked the outstanding pop vocalist and dance lover, Michael Jackson.
His first Tamil film was a film delivered by SIMPL (short shape for Shepherd India Media Private Limited), by the name of ‘Anbirkku Alavillai’. He additionally did a cameo in the Mahesh Bhatt coordinated Telegu flick titled “Criminal” (1995).
Johny Lever Profile
Name: Johnny Lever
Birthdate: 14th of August, 1957