Actor-politician Paresh Rawal became everyone’s favourite target ‘object,’ courtesy- the controversial remark he made on a prominent Indian journalist cum author Arundhati Roy.
The ace comedian is currently busy with his upcoming film ‘Guest Iin London’.
During the promotion of the movie he spoke about his upcoming film ‘Guest Iin London’ along with several other big projects he is associated with.
He is also a part of ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’, which also stars Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in the lead. His elder son also part of the movie.
When, he was asked, How is it working with your son in this film? He is a thorough professional and addresses me as ‘sir’ when we are working. I am glad he maintains his distance and never takes anyone for granted.
Rawal is playing Sanjay Dutt’s father Sunil Dutt’s character in Sanjay’s biopic. He was asked, You looked very similar to Sunilji. So, did you study his character for this role?
To this he added, “I’ve been watching Dutt saab’s work, and you can call it as an advantage or a disadvantage that he didn’t have a particular mannerism. He had a very strong personality and was a very great person, which reflected through his eyes and work. Director Rajkumar Hirani of this film has helped me prepare for this role. The script of the film is outstanding. Let’s see how the film turns out to be”.
Talking about politics, He has been actively involved as an MP of the ruling party and a biopic on the Prime Minister is under construction. He was asked, you could play Modiji the best on screen?
He said, I can play him the best on screen, not because I know him better or anything. It’s just that I identify with him. I relate to his ideologies and believe in his qualities. In my opinion, every citizen and every leader should have Modiji’s qualities. We ought to be grateful that we have got an uncorrupted leader like him. He lives alone, away from the family. He doesn’t indulge in any loose talk or any other conversation apart from work.