Charlie Chaplin’s childhood was full of grief and sorrow. His father was an alcoholic who had a bad impact on his family as well and his mother went mad and had to go to the ashram at the age of seven.
Many such names are recorded in history, which are appreciated and appreciated not in any one country but in the whole world. Charlie Chaplin is also one of them. Very few people will know that after the death of Charlie Chaplin who made the world laugh, some thieves dug out his graves and took out the coffin. There are many things related to Charlie Chaplin that are less famous than his performance.
Like he was the first actor whom Time magazine gave a place on its cover. The US had banned his films because it was said that Charlie Chaplin’s films were inspired by Communist ideology. In 1973, Charlie Chaplin received the Oscar award for the global honor of the film world. Know what is the relation of Charlie Chaplin, born on 16 April 1889, to the date of 17 May?
What is the history of 17 May?
Charlie Chaplin died on 25 December 1977. After his death, he was buried, and after three months his death again became a topic of discussion and came into the limelight. Some thieves dig their graves and steal their coffin. The thieves had demanded four lakh pounds from his family in exchange for the coffin. However, the thieves did not get the money because the police caught them. Charlie Chaplin’s coffin was finally recovered on 17 May 1978.
Childhood was full of suffering
In 1940, Charlie Chaplin made the historical film ‘The Great Dictator’, in which he made fun of Hitler. He was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II of Britain in 1975. Charlie Chaplin’s childhood was full of grief and sorrow. His father was a very alcoholic who also had a bad impact on his family and his mother went mad and had to go to the ashram at the age of seven.
History’s longest standing ovation
Charlie’s studies were missed in childhood. For this reason, he entered the world of entertainment at the age of 13. First he used to dance and then he stepped into the world of stage play. He later became known as the biggest artist in the world of silent films. When he received the Oscar Award, the people present at the ceremony gave him the biggest standing ovation in history. People stood up and played applause for 12 minutes in honor of ‘The Great Charlie Chaplin’.