“The creation of God is on a different level, and it plays some tricks when he creates ‘Doppelgängers’“.
As it is so difficult to mark your name on the pages of history books, some people still take courage to cross the lake of sorrows and struggles. They embed their names on the hard plate and emerge out like a shining star. But what about their doppelgängers? How life changes its path for them? What are some good or bad parts?
We recently had a word with Amit Mishra, the doppelgänger of our all-time favourite Virat Kohli. We had a great time discussing his experiences as a doppelgänger of Virat Kohli.
Here are some of the best parts of the interview:
While talking about education and background.
Amit’s birthplace is Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh, and he completed his mechanical engineering from GLA University Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. He was also passionate about anchoring, so he was an anchor and Head of Campus Affairs during his college days. He was the officer at the office of Transport Cooperation of India. He never thought of becoming an actor, but as people say, ‘you never know what happens next‘.
Amit’s father, Mr. Ram Chandra, is an active member and state level leader of BJP.
He is the General Secretary of BJP in UP. His family follows the simple ethics of life; they never imagined their son to reach this level.
And the twist of the fate still awaits…
It was a sunny morning when Amit was traveling back to his college. He boarded a flight where he met Ikram Akhtar, an Indian film writer, director, and founder of IAF (Ikram Akhtar Films). He has worked as a film writer for major blockbusters Ready, Thank You, No Problem, Nayee Padosan, etc. The conversation started with the obvious topic of Virat Kohli looks, but it took a turn when Amit mentioned his intentions and future goals.
He said in the interview, “I told him about my everyday challenges that how the tag Virat Kohli has been stuck with my name and how it bothers me.”
This was the time when Ikram Akhtar decided to write and direct a film of this concept. But what about the actor of the film? The person was sitting next to him. Yes, Amit Mishra.