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Off Screen I am Contrast Person : Rajpal Yadav

Rajpal Yadav has more than 87 films in his kitty and indeed he has fulfilled each and every role with full dedication and commitment and the outcome is front of everyone. You pick any film of Rajpal, either the character of terrorist he played in “Jungle” or role of household worker in films “Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya” or “Waqt”. His comic flicks like “Maalmaal weekly”, “Partner”, “BhulBhulaiya”, “Mujse Shaadi Karogi”, “Hungama”, “Garam Masala”, “Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya” and many more has withhold his position firm as a comedian in industry. These days he is busy promoting his forth-coming films “Toss” and “Yeh Mera India”. Both of his films are lined up together. For the promotion he is been on tour of cities like Delhi, Jaipur and Mumbai. In Mumbai, he interacted with media. Following is the dis-course:

Tel us about your film “Yeh Mera India”

This film is very special to me and I feel proud and obliged to be associated to the film. Film showcases those questions which we imprint on our thoughts, believes, actions, missions, visions and live life with those unsolved and unanswered questions. We the team of Y.M.I has worked as a football team where the goal is the same of building an awareness but roles are different.

How was your experience working with Director N.Chandra ?

Since childhood I use to watch films of N.Chandra. I admired him immensely for the quality of work and direction he has under his belt. He has given fabulous master-pieces like “Tezaab” “Ankush” to the industry. And when he approached me with this film, I was more than happy and without a doubt I had to the movie.

To believe, the film has raised the issue of North Indian and Marathi. To what extent is it true?

Such issues don’t bother common man. And city like Mumbai has been metropolitan one. And raising such issues are baseless and utterly misleading. Such issues are only matter of concern for politicians who bring it out for their personal benefits. And we public know and understand everything.

Tel us about your other film “Toss” and what role you play in the film?

It is the story of childhood friends and how an incident can change lives, beliefs, relationships between them. All the friends tread a path where greed rules, death triumphs and relationship, bonding are buried deep inside tunnel holding no value.

How was your experience working under the direction of Ramesh Khatkar?

It is fast-paced film and Director has presented this film in a very interesting manner. He is hardworking and absolute passionate about his work.

What according you is the U.S.P of both of your films?

“Y.M.I” portrays the society and current situation and gives the answers and solutions which we are finding within the complexities of life. On other hand, the presentation of “Toss” is the USP of the film.

People feel that in real life you are as fun-loving and comedian…What you have to say about this?

What I do in films is my work and what I am good at. Professionally I am a comedian but in personal life I am a very suttle and serious person.

What are your forthcoming films apart from “Toss” and “Yeh Mera India”?

“Do Knot Disturb”, “Chai Garam”, “Banda Yeh Bindass Hain”, “Daddy Cool”, “Bhopal”, “A prayer for rain”, “Fauj mein Mauj” and many more.

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