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Top 12 Amazing Comedy Roles of Paresh Rawal !

Paresh Rawal is very famous and legendary actor of their industry. He is very famous for his comedy roles and…

By Administrator in Bollywood on April 18, 2016

Paresh Rawal is very famous and legendary actor of their industry. He is very famous for his comedy roles and films. His comic timing is very good and dialogues are really admired by his fan. There are many comedy films in which he acted and were successful like Hera Pheri, Hulchul and Golmaal etc. These day’s comedy films are made by many directors to catch the attention of viewers and to relax them. By reading this you will be able to know about top 12 best movies of paresh rawal in Indian film industry.

 1. Andaz Apna Apna (1994) :


This character has lived on for generations. Some of the most iconic and absolutely hilarious one-liners have been extracted from the movie Andaz Apna Apna. Don’t we all remember the epic, “Teja main hoon, mark idhar hai

2. Chachi 420 (1998):


Kamal Haasan in all his prosthetic glory rocks nearly every single frame of the super droll Chachi 420 but the amusement wouldn’t be half as effective if it wasn’t for its ingenious supporting cast of actors like Amrish Puri, Om Puri, Johnny Walker and, our beloved birthday boy, Paresh Rawal.

3. Hera Pheri (2000):


Paresh Rawal builds his Baburao into an adorable, absent-minded scamp ‘Yeh Baburao ka style hai’, involuntarily infusing zing into Akshay Kumar’s Raju and Suniel Shetty’s Shyam for Priyadarshan’s ‘Hera Pheri’.

4. OMG (Oh My God) (2012):


He played a pivotal role in this film and spoke against some the stereotyped rituals going on in the name of God. A funny, entertaining film, he proved himself once again with this one.

5. Ready(2011):


Dressed as CA to two well-known goons, Paresh put forth another fine performance with it.

6. Hungama (2003):


Paresh Rawal played a business tycoon based in a village. With his village habits and tone, he rocked in this role too!

7. Nayak (2001):


Paresh Rawal plays P.A. to CM oh Maharashtra. With his satirical dialogues, he proved that politics is bad due to its people and not as a career option.

8. Awara Pagal Deewane (2002):


Paresh Rawal portrays light of an Indian husband who is house-arrested by his wife in foreign country. With some lousy actions and great dialogues, he steals our heart once again.

9. Judaai(1997):


Although Paresh Rawal has very little screen time in the movie ‘Judaai’, but whatever time he gets on the screen, he is nothing short of epic. The character of Hasmukhlal is curious and inquisitive beyond measure and has the tendency to ask absolutely silly questions. Undoubtedly, no one can ever forget the legendary ‘question-mark’ hairstyle of Paresh Rawal’s character in the movie.

10. Garam Masala(2005):


In the movie Garam Masala, Paresh Rawal plays a confused cook who is stuck dealing with girlfriends of Akshay Kumar and his fights with his friend John Abraham. He cooks, cleans, saves Akshay Kumar’s neck every time he gets into trouble with any of his girlfriends and in all of this chaos, also manages to bring the exceptional comedy on screen.

11. PHIR HERA PHERI (2006):


This film was the remake of Indian film Hera Pheri and was directed by Neeraj Vora. This film was based on three men and actors were Akshay kumar, Sunil Shetty and Paresh Rawal. This film earned about 20 Cr and was a much hit film of Indian film industry. This film was very famous all around the world especially because of excellent performance of all three men. Until now this movie is very famous among the audience and encouraged by them.

12. GOLMAAL(2006):


This is an Indian film directed by Rohit Shetty and was released in 2006. It was a comedy film which crossed about 100 Cr and many sequels of this film were released in next year’s. The cast of this film includes many actors but mainly Paresh Rawal was the best in his acting and performance in this film The name of his character in this film was Somnath and was very famous for his this specific role.

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