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Paresh Rawal turns 66 today and we wish him a very happy birthday. Paresh Rawal who is one of the most versatile actors we have today, once said, “I am just an actor. Don't brand me as a villain or comedian” and he did stand true to his words. Paresh Rawal who was born on May 30, 1950 debuted with the 1984 film Holi in a supporting role but rose to fame with the 1986 blockbuster Naam. Paresh has given some mind-blowing films to Indian cinema. He is the man behind the unforgettable characters like Teja, Baburao, Radheshyam Tiwari etc. So his birthday today, we decided to list down 6 funniest scenes of Paresh Rawal.
Paresh Rawal, Akshay Kumar and Suniel Shetty’s film Hera Pheri was a laughter riot. Filmmaker Priyadarshan’s film is cult classic. There is a scene where, Paresh Rawal (Baburao Amte) is fed with the phone calls to be precise wrong numbers he receives on his landline. It is simple hilarious.
Paresh Rawal was seen in a double role in this film. Though there are many funny moments in this film, the best one is when Rawal says, “Teja main hoon, Mark idhar hai.” Yes, we ofcourse remember it don’t we? Andaz Apna Apna also saw some amazing comic scenes by Aamir Khan and Salman Khan.
Paresh Rawal has very small role in this Anil Kapoor- Sridevi starrer. But he has some mind-blowing dialogues. Paresh Rawal is seen asking irritating questions to everyone he meets. There is this one scene where he irritates Johnny Lever by asking him too many silly questions. Kya dekha raha tha? Kyun dekh raha tha? Postman hai? Rehne ke liya dekh raha tha? Pados wala ghar chalega? Also you guys do remember the question mark on his forehead right.
This is another superb comic caper featuring Paresh Rawal, Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif, Nana Patekar and Anil Kapoor. He played the role of Akshay Kumar's crazy mama Dr Ghungroo. Rawal was cute and literally flawless in this film
Paresh Rawal was seen in a very important role in this film. Paresh Rawal portrays plight of an Indian husband who is house-arrested by his wife in foreign country. This particular scene where his wife Supriya gives him permission to visit India, is hilarious.
Paresh Rawal plays the iconic character of Radheshyam Tiwari who is a business tycoon based in a village. The movie is sort of a comedy of errors once he decides to come and stay in Mumbai. With his village habits and tone, he rocked in this role too! He has some amazing dialogues, like“Ram Ram… yeh patni hai ki panauti hai”
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