Happy birthday Alok Nath: Alok Nath is one such actor who has played father to people older than him and we have always loved him doing what he is best at. He is fondly called the ‘sanskari babuji’ of the industry. And lately this seasoned actor got a whole new image of the same, all thanks to social networking sites.
Alok Nath, known for his roles as a stereotypical Indian father who values religious traditions and morality, is now set to host a chat show “Sinskari” — where he will interview celebrities on their sins.
Alok Nath was a newcomer when he landed a minute’s role in Richard Attenborough’s epic film “Gandhi” in 1982.
Alok Nath’s ability to laugh at himself sure makes one smile. For Nath, however, it’s an opportunity of a lifetime.
The actor’s career was ressurected by Twitter and will be seen in a comedy show on Sab TV
Twitter exploded when social media’s most frequently trending actor – the uncrowned king of Twitter in India – Alok Nath decided to try his hand at micro-blogging.
The ‘sanskar and ashirvad’ humour was rehashed by fans to welcome their ‘babuji’.
Veteran actor Alok Nath is back to playing ‘Babuji’ – this time for a new family comedy series, ‘Tu Mere Agal Bagal Hai’.
We’ve chosen 8 pairs of jokes involving each, and are pitting those 8 jokes against each other to measure who is better.
New York-based film critic Aseem Chhabra who enacted one of the “front-line” extras in the film, “Gandhi” reminisces about the cold freezing morning of Delhi in December 1980, where the film was being made.
After Alok Nath and Neil Nitin Mukesh, Nirupa Roy became the new topic of discussion on social networking site Twitter.
Neil Nitin Mukesh took the jokes in good spirit.
Alok Nath: If somebody cracks jokes on you,it is not a pleasant thing.
Danny Denzongpa was the first choice to play Gabbar in ‘Sholay 3D’.
Alok Nath seems to have become Twitter’s number one trending topic since Sunday night.