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Paresh Rawal (Paresh Rawal) There is such an actor of Bollywood who entertained people with all kinds of acting. As a father, as a villain, as a great comedian, everything you can see in his films. You will get to see so much in his films that you will not even be able to assess his roles properly. Yes, you will just say that Paresh Rawal is a versatile actor who has left his best impression on the hearts and minds of the people. He is an Indian film actor. Along with this, he has also been an MP from the Ahmedabad East parliamentary constituency on a Bharatiya Janata Party ticket. Paresh Rawal his birthday today (birthday) are celebrating. Let us know about many unheard stories related to his life and career.
Paresh Rawal was born on 30 May 1955 in a Nagar Brahmin family of Mumbai. She is married to Swaroop Sampat, who herself has been an actress and winner of the Miss India contest of 1979. Paresh and Swaroop have two children, Aditya and Anirudh. Paresh Rawal did his schooling from Narsee Munji College of Commerce and Economics in Vile Parle, Mumbai.
In March 1974, he started working in Gujarati theatre. Paresh Rawal made his debut in the supporting role in the 1985 film ‘Arjun’. He was also a part of Doordarshan’s TV serial ‘Bante Baddate’. In the year 1986, the blockbuster film ‘Naam’ established him in Bollywood. After this film, he never looked back. After the success of this film, Paresh Rawal appeared in about 100 films between 1980 and 1990, but in most of the films he appeared in the role of Villain. Such as ‘Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja’, ‘Kabza’, ‘King Uncle’, ‘Ram Lakhan’, ‘Daur’ and ‘Baji’, besides many other great films are included in his list.
He appeared in a double role in the 1990 cult comedy film Andaz Apna Apna. After this Paresh Rawal came to be known as a character actor. People can never forget his character ‘Baburao Ganpat Rao Apte’ played in ‘Hera Pheri’. This film had left a great impression in the whole world. Paresh Rawal also received the Filmfare Best Comedian Award for his performance in this film. After this the sequel of this film ‘Phir Hera Pheri’ also came in the year 2006. This film also proved to be very successful.
Paresh Rawal has also worked in some TV serials including Sahara One’s show ‘Main Aisi Kyun Hoon’, Zee TV’s show ‘Teen Bahu Raniyan’ and Colors’ show ‘Laghi Tujhse Lagan’.
In his career so far, Paresh Rawal has worked in many films, whose list is very long. He was made the Chief of the National School of Drama through the President of India on 10 September 2020. In the year 2021, Paresh Rawal was seen in the film ‘Toofan’ which was directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra. In this film, Farhan Akhtar played the role of a national level boxer. This film was released on 16 July 2021 on Amazon Prime Video. Paresh Rawal was last seen in ‘Sharmaji Namkeen’.
Paresh Rawal’s upcoming films are ‘Aankh Micholi’, ‘Shehzada’, ‘Hera Pheri 3’ and ‘The Storyteller’. Paresh Rawal will be seen playing the role of Satyajit Ray’s famous character Tarini Khuro in ‘Storyteller’.
Paresh Rawal has received many awards for his best acting in his career so far. He was awarded the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1994 for the films ‘Sir’ and ‘Woh Chokri’. And in the year 2014, he was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India.