- “I have no complaints from the industry,” Rawal said.
- “I’ve got work to my size,” he added
- Paresh Rawal was last seen in the film ‘Tufan’
Veteran actor Paresh Rawal is thrilled that Bollywood is now perpetuating uninterrupted stories in the country and not the international film “Theft Incidents”, it was a genre, until a few years ago he was influential. The 66-year-old, who has been working in the industry for almost four decades, said the new crop of filmmakers has brought some freshness to Hindi cinema. Paresh Rawal especially quoted Ayushman Khurana’s plays Congratulations! (2018) and this year’s Netflix film PagletSania Malhotra’s Fronted as an example of novel storytelling.
“Before we used to steal foreign stories and then they (the original creators) would sue us. Now that doesn’t happen. So now we’re focusing on our homeland stories, much like the more advanced, dramatic and challenging stories.” Crazy, damn it! “Paresh Rawal told PTI.
The change in Bollywood has given artists the opportunity to work consistently, he said. Noting how the industry has a more integrated system today, the actor, who himself was an integral part of several landmark shifts, said that not only are there better stories, there are better storytellers. ” Hindi cinema has been in a golden age for six years. There are new writers, directors, actors and an orderly financial sector. ” ) The work will be completed and delivered within the stipulated time frame.
From the dramatic films of the 80s, where he played mostly negative characters, to the 90s when Paresh Rawal started making his debut as a bankable actor. Sardar And National Award winners Oh my gosh In the 2000s, when he switched to comedy Hera Ferry, The actor has repeatedly proved his versatility. Paresh Rawal said that his big change was with Ketan Mehta Sardar In 1994, he played the role of freedom fighter Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.
“It simply came to our notice then SardarPeople asked Ketan Mehta how he felt about me for this role, because I was just playing the role of a villain. He told them that he chose me simply because I was a good actor. He spotted me because I was doing my job well, ”he recalled.
The actor, who was recently seen in a sports drama Storm, His biggest learning has been that good performance will not go unnoticed, regardless of one’s screen space. “I have no complaints from the industry. I’ve got work to my size. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people.
“I am not a producer, writer, director or member of the film family who can help me move forward. So all I have is my work and dedication to continue it with dedication,” he added. Paresh Rawal is preparing for the release of filmmaker Priyadarshan’s comedy, Hangama d. The film is set to release on Disney + Hotstar on Friday.
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