‘Squid Game’ actor Geoffrey Giuliano ‘lived like beggar’ in India during COVID lockdown

Squid Game is at present making headlines throughout the globe, happening to turn out to be Netflix’s most-streamed debut collection of all time. The success of the show has additionally introduced recognition for most of the actors who had been part of the cast. Among them was Geoffrey Giuliano, who performed the function of VIP no 4 within the survival thriller.

The show offers with individuals combating monetary crises and competing in a harmful survival recreation to deliver their life out of the monetary mess. Giuliano too confronted an analogous scenario briefly, when he ran out of cash throughout the time of COVID-19 lockdown. The noteworthy half is that this occurred on the streets of India.

Squid Game actor Geoffrey Giuliano was stranded in India throughout COVID-19

News of a Hollywood actor-author Geoffrey Giuliano being stranded had surfaced round April-May final yr. However, it has emerged solely just lately that the individual has starred in Squid Game and has turn out to be a giant title henceforth.

As per a report on Thai Examiner at the moment, Geoffrey Giuliano, who has acted in a number of films like Scorpion King 3 and written varied books, particularly on The Beatles, was stranded, alongside along with his 12-year old son in Jaipur in the course of the first coronavirus lockdown.   

He had first arrived in India and visited New Delhi on March 3, the place the duo visited the ISKCON Temple and enquired a few dental process for him after he had misplaced his enamel in a stunt. He additionally deliberate to get a liposuction finished as he was instructed that trying youthful would assist his prospects of starring in movies. As he arrived in Jaipur on March 22 final yr to go to one other ‘Hare Rama Hare Krishna’ temple, he bought caught because of the lockdown 

The actor had sought assist at the moment as he was unable to return to Thailand along with his 12-year-old son Eden. The cause he couldn’t avail of the repatriation flights to Thailand was due to his American citizenship, whereas his son (from his earlier relationship) had roots in Thailand.

While he survived on the cash he introduced, and donations he acquired on Paypal, which he utilized to his bank card, he ultimately ran out of money. He was even apprehensive that he’d be thrown out of the hostel and be on the streets of Jaipur, as they might not pay the invoice.

‘The cause he struggled for funds was as a result of he had not introduced his financial institution debit card, considering that $2000 was sufficient for the journey. The prolonged journey exhausted his funds. He had even shared his fear about his son was ‘trying like a skeleton’, consuming simply rice and egg,  as a result of restricted meals sources, funds points and restrictions as a result of COVID-19,’ as per Thai Examiner.

In one other report by Newsflare, he stated that he was surviving on ‘monkey nuts and banana’ donated by “readers of a information web site and residing like an Indian beggar.”

This article was first printed in www.republicworld.com

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