Paresh Rawal’s sobriety turned him from villain to ‘Babu Bhaiya’, unique comedy changed the image

‘Hera Pheri’ Firoz Nadiadwala has announced to make the third installment of. Firoz has confirmed that he is ready to rock again for the third time with Akshay Kumar, Sunil Shetty and Paresh Rawal. Whether it was ‘Heri Pheri’ in the year 2000 or the sequel of this film in 2006, both the comedy films were liked by the audience so much that now the third sequel is going to be made. This film is considered to be the best sequel. Although ‘Hera Pheri’ is special for all the people associated with the film, but Paresh Rawal, who plays ‘Baburao Ganpatrao Apte’ aka Babu Bhaiya, is very special. The success of this film gave him the position he wanted to achieve. Let us tell you the interesting anecdote of Paresh Rawail becoming ‘Babu Bhaiya’ from the villain.

Paresh Rawal, who entered the film industry as a villain, soon got tired of such roles. After this, he started adding a touch of comedy in the negative role. Slowly his image changed in such a way that now no one will remember that Paresh was once a villain. However, Paresh had to struggle a lot in making this journey. Of late, now he has got the tag of such an artist, who can breathe life in any kind of role.

Paresh Rawal breathes life into every kind of role.

Paresh Rawal came into the limelight with the role of villain in ‘Arjun’
A 1985 film ‘Arjun’ came under the direction of Rahul Rawail. In this film, more villains were discussed than the hero. It was said that the villain does not seem like a villain. He seems to be the common man among us. Even while speaking the dialogues, he does not scream and scream without meaning, nor does he blink his eyes to scare. This was talking about the villain Paresh Rawal.

Paresh Rawal is an accomplished theater artist.
Paresh Rawal is an artist who is called a moving acting school. Born in a middle class family in Mumbai, Paresh wanted to become an actor since childhood. Paresh’s father, who belongs to a business family, also never stopped his dreams to help him fly. He used to actively participate in plays in school and college. After completing his studies, Paresh Rawal entered the world of theater in such a way that from morning till evening, drama became his first priority. Seeing Paresh’s brilliant performance, he also got offers for films many times. But he never accepted. Paresh would never have appeared in films if he had not met Ketan Mehta. Paresh and Ketan met and acted in a play and then became together.

Paresh Rawal

Paresh Rawal is a seasoned artist of theatre.

Ketan Mehta entered the film industry
On the insistence of Ketan Mehta, Paresh Rawal worked in the film ‘Holi’. When he entered the film world at the age of 34, he was a seasoned actor. So Rahul Rawail was so impressed with his performance in the very first film that he got work in ‘Arjun’. After this, Rahul Rawail made films like Samandar, Dacoit, Jeevan Ek Sangharsh, Yoddha along with Paresh.

Paresh has brought Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel to life on screen
In the 80s, Paresh Rawal played roles like Corrupt Thanedar, Dabang Zamindar, Insidious Businessman as per the demand of the script. Even in negative roles, he used to become special with his dialogue delivery and acting. By the time of the 90s, Paresh’s artist started demanding a change of mind. Once again Ketan Mehta teamed up and made the film ‘Sardar’ in 1994. Bringing Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel to life on screen was not an easy task. Paresh worked hard for the role and when the film released, the film critics praised him fiercely. Another film came in the same year, which was named ‘Woh Chokri’. Paresh was awarded the National Award for this film.

Paresh Rawal was not liking the role of Villain
Actually, Paresh Rawal wants to make his identity as an all-rounder artist instead of a villain. Although he used to get similar roles again and again. It is said that he did not like the tag of Villain. According to media reports, once at an award function, when Paresh was called on stage with the actors playing the role of 6 other villains, he flatly refused.

Paresh Rawal

The role of ‘Teja’ proved to be the turning point for Paresh Rawal.

‘Andaz Apna Apna’ eases the path of ‘Babu Bhaiya’
In the year 1994 came the film ‘Andaz Apna Apna’. Aamir Khan and Salman Khan were in the lead roles in this film directed by Rajkumar Santoshi. This film opened a new dimension of acting for Paresh. In this film, Paresh put such a tinge of comedy which was very much liked by the audience. The popularity of the character ‘Teja’ in ‘Andaz Apna Apna’ brought him to ‘Hera Pheri’. As ‘Babu Bhaiya’ of ‘Hera Pheri’, directed by Priyadarshan, Paresh presented such a color of comedy that this film The sequel was also a hit in the year 2006 and now preparations are on for the third one.

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Paresh Rawal has become the favorite actor of the audience
‘Babu Bhaiya’ became the favorite character of the audience, as well as such a pair with Priyadarshan became the favorite artist of the audience with films like ‘Hungama’, ‘Hustle’, ‘Garam Masala’, ‘Bhagam Bhag’, ‘Bhool Bhulaiya’. Went. These films made such an impact on the minds of the audience that people forgot that Paresh used to play the character of a villain.

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