Paresh Rawal, veteran Bollywood actor turned politician, celebrates his 67th birthday on May 30. He has been entertaining us with his craft for over three decades in the entertainment industry.
Apart from being a film producer and actor, Paresh Rawal served as a Lok Sabha MP, representing Ahmedabad East constituency from 2014 to 2019. He is politically affiliated with the Bharatiya Janata Party.
He acted in movies that can make people happy.
From Baburao Ganpatrao Fit for Hera Phérito Dr. Ghungroo in Welcomethe veteran actor made every character his own with his brilliant performances.
As the actor turns a year older on Monday, let’s take a look back at some of his best comedic roles:
This movie is a favorite of many. The climax of this movie will have you rolling on the floor laughing. In the film, Paresh Rawal plays the role of Dr. Dayal Ghungroo.
2. Bhagam Bhag
In this movie, Paresh Rawal tries out the role of Champak ‘Champu’ Chaturvedi. He plays the director and producer of a theater group.
If you want to enjoy a good laugh in these trying times, then this is a must watch. The whole movie is filled with laughs and funny sequences. Paresh Rawal, Akshay Kumar and Govinda proved to be a great combination.
3. Bhool Bhulaiyaa
‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa’ (2007) is a psychological horror film, however, with a touch of humor. The story is incredibly gripping and Parseh Rawal’s role as Batukshankar Upadhyay is unforgettable.
4. Golmaal: unlimited fun
This film is undoubtedly one of the best in the Golmaal franchise. Here, Paresh Rawal plays the role of Somnath, a blind man. Her character in the film created some of the most comedic moments.
flashback song Kyu Aage Peeche Dolte Howhich also stars his wife played by actress Sushmita Mukherjee, is truly adorable.
5. One Two Three
This movie revolves around three men who share the same name – Laxmi Narayan. The film also stars Suniel Shetty, Sameera Reddy, Esha Deol and Tusshar Kapoor. Meanwhile, Paresh Rawal’s character sells underwear and runs a business, “Bulbul Lingerie”, with his son.
6. Hera Phéri
The list is incomplete without this film, one of the best of Paresh Rawal’s career. Hera Pheri and every character in the film remain iconic to this day. However, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that it’s Baburao who grabs the attention on screen.