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KBC Winner Sushil Kumar recalls the worst phase of his life after winning Rs 5 Crore

Kaun Banega Crorepati season 5 winner, Sushil Kumar took to his Facebook handle to write a heartfelt note on his 'worst time in life' after winning the jackpot money, Rs. 5 crore.
In an in-depth and long post, Sushil shared the 'most difficult time of his life' where he really didn't know what to do.
Revealing details of getting duped, being addicted to alcohol and cigarettes, ruining his relationship with his wife, Sushil wrote his heart out explaining the 'worst time' between 2015 and 2016.
In the end, Sushil revealed all the positive events that occurred in the past few years — like being a successful teacher, an environmental issue worker, quitting smoking last year, any many more things that serve as a life lesson for many.
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 said that right after his win, he was asked to appear for functions and various events in Bihar almost 15 days in a month.
This led to him putting his education in the back seat. Because the media would keep taking his interviews and ask for updates on his life, he made investments in a few businesses just so that he would have something to tell the journalists. However, most of those ventures flopped.
Sushil then became a philanthropist, donating almost Rs 50,000 every month to different causes. Sushil said that he became a big fan of movies and would spend hours on his laptop watching films. This inspired him to become a filmmaker too. He arrived in Mumbai with hopes of being a filmmaker but was advised to work on TV soaps first instead. He wrote a script for a film which sold for Rs 20,000. He would spend all day watching movies at his home and smoking cigarettes.
He later figured out that he was being duped. Even his relationship with his wife suffered as she believed he had no clue about which person he should trust. Sushil said that the couple also almost got divorced.He mentioned that good things also happened to him as he met with a few student groups in Delhi who would tell him about the world and expose him to new ideas. “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 said.

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