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'Overstaying guest is as good as a pest' : Paresh Rawal

Monday, July 03, 2017
By Chaitanya Padukone

Acclaimed theatre-artiste and modest star Paresh Rawal, is  known for his outspoken nature. Currently Paresh-bhai, is all set for the release of not-really-a-sequel slick comedy movie ‘Guest in London’, directed by Ashwini Dhir and co-produced by Kumar Mangat.

Asked to share the basic concept of the film which has talented Kartik Aaryan opposite Kriti Kharbanda as his co-stars, Rawal revealed, “It deals with an elderly odd couple from a small town in  India, who landed up as ‘uninvited guests’,  in a suburban London home of a young couple. What follows is a series of crazy misadventures, also thanks to the Indo-Western socio-cultural differences.”   In real-life, does Paresh believe in our ethnic credo ‘Guest is God’, he said, “ Not if they overstay beyond a few days and become a pest by abusing the hospitality. You can’t take your host for granted,” he reacted.

What if off-screen, he was a ‘guest’ at someone else’s house. “ The same rule would be applicable. I will ensure that I am not causing my hosts any inconvenience,” shruged Paresh, who is now all set to play two iconic roles in two separate bio-pics, that of Sunil Dutt-saab and of the current hon’ble P.M. Narendra Modi.  

“Both are very challenging and contrasting roles. Mind you it’s not mimicry, I will do my best to portray the roles with an authentic approach and detached preparation,” declared the versatile actor, who insisted that in real-life too he is a ‘rationalist’, like his screen-character ‘Kanjibhai’,  in the iconic film ‘OMG - Oh My God!’.

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