The first look of filmmaker Anees Bazmee’s “Welcome Back”, a sequel to his 2007 comedy film “Welcome”, was introduced by Eros Now.
Arshad Warsi will again play Jolly in the the sequel and Paresh Rawal will play the opposing lawyer in this film.
The bold Hindi play Kishan v/s Kanhaiya staged in the auditorium of Parliament House library left MPs by surprise.
There is speculation that many ministers and even the Prime Minister could attend the Rawal’s play.
Kumar Mangat has acquired the all India distribution rights of both ‘Gabbar is Back’ and ‘Dharam Sankat Mein’.
Paresh Rawal said: “It’s a massive responsibility being an actor to portray a leader of such great stature.”
Paresh Rawal said, when the board does something good, there is always someone to protest against them.
Paresh Rawal has confirmed that the sequel of ‘OMG – Oh My God!’ is very much and the shoot is slated to start by June-July.
Reacting to the reports of calling religious leaders for the screening, Naseeruddin said: “For me, it’s beyond absurdity.”
“I am not here to preach anything. We just want to make good films. ” says Paresh Rawal.
“I would like to thank Paresh Rawal because he is one of the reasons why I have improved my comic timing,” said John.
Paresh Rawal, whose film “Dharam Sankat Mein” hinges on religious complexity, says the movie has got nothing to do with OMG.
The romantic comedy Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi to release on Feb 13 has been postponed.
“Dharam Sankat Mein” is the official Hindi adaptation of British satire “The Infidel”.
Rawal was on a day’s visits to Ahmedabad to take part in the Swachchhata Abhiyan in his constituency.