Superstar Parmish Verma is currently riding high on success after his latest film ‘Singham’ hit the theatres. The actor is donning a tough cop look with a turban, as the film is a remake of Ajay Devgn starrer Hindi film of the same name.
While the actor is a well-known face among the young audience, he is widely followed and has become a trendsetter around the nation. But did you know that the singer-actor suffered from dyslexia in his school days?
Parmish Verma had dyslexia and ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) in school. The ‘Gal Ni Kadni’ singer shared this information exclusively with PTC Punjabi as he said that he was really bad in studies during his school time.
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Meanwhile, Parmish is currently enjoying the success of the film ‘Singham’. He is playing the role of Dilsher Singh, who fights against all odds to keep the goons away from the city.
During the interview, Parmish has also shared a few interesting memories of his school life. He said that he was very fascinated with bikes and wanted to ride one to the college after passing out of his school. In addition, he also shared that in his childhood days, he used to love the Bollywood song “Kehta Hai Pal Pal Tumse”.
For those who haven’t heard the song “Kehta hai Pal Pal Tumse”, here you go:
We hope you liked this too, just like our very own Parmish Verma.