A boy born back in 1880’s, Charlie Chaplin, became a metaphor of laughter in the era of silent films. Without uttering a word, the charismatic actor-comedian has induced fits of laughter among many generations and many more to come. He became a worldwide icon through his on screen person ‘The Tramp’, with a career spanning more than 7 decades. His life was surrounded by both appreciation and controversies. He spent his childhood in utter misery, with his mother leaving to mental asylum when he was just 14. But his destiny took a turn in 1918, when he became one of the best-known personalities in the world.
On his 129th birth anniversary, let’s drive away our Monday morning blues with some of his funniest moments.
A Beautiful Sunday Morning
There was something about Charlie Chaplin that made him so remarkable. Despite a number of comedians emerging out after the end of his era, he’s still touted as the best comedian the world will ever see!