Paresh Rawal: Have never been in support of vulgar comedy

24-10-2021 Sun 11:38 IST | IANS | Entertainment
Paresh Rawal: Have never been in support of vulgar comedy

New Delhi, Oct 24 : Paresh Rawal has always upped his own game when it comes to the genre of comedy. But there is one thing he is not in support of and that is vulgar comedy or running down someone for making others chuckle.

While having a chat with IANS, the 66-year-old star also talked about the changed definition of comedy in Hindi cinema.

"Yes, definitely (it has changed). The buffoonery which was there was also a variety but the kind of comedy which is coming in now is high and good comedy, which I enjoy doing," Paresh said.

The actor, who is gearing up for the release of his next 'Hum Do Humare Do', added: "There has definitely been a change. I have anyway never been in support of vulgar comedy or run down someone and make fun of physical deformity. That is disgusting. I think the first high comedy I did was 'Andaz Apna Apna'."

The family entertainer 'Hum Do Hamare Do' tells the story of a man forced to "arrange" a set of parents to impress the love of his life. It also stars Ratna Pathak Shah, Kriti Sanon and Aparshakti Khurana.

'Hum Do Humare Do' is directed by Abhishek Jain, produced by Dinesh Vijan. A Maddock Original film, it starts streaming from October 29 on Disney Hotstar.


More News
Father liable to maintain son till he becomes a major, rules SC
3 hours ago
We have had good preparation going into 2022 Women's World Cup: Mithali Raj
3 hours ago
Two killed as car falls into well, rescue worker also loses life
3 hours ago
Need umbrella body for judicial infrastructure requirements: SC
3 hours ago
Parliamentary panel recommends reconstitution of Press Council
3 hours ago
Parliament delegation from Mongolia calls on President Kovind
4 hours ago
House made out of 65 herbal plants, mud comes up in Kerala
4 hours ago
BJP 'victimised' Shah Rukh, Mahesh Bhatt, says Mamata
4 hours ago
Farm Laws Repeal Act 2021 gets Presidential assent
4 hours ago
Andhra employees to launch agitation over demands
7 hours ago
PM Modi holds meeting with senior cabinet ministers
7 hours ago
Cardiologists to deliberate on detecting heart ailments in advance
7 hours ago
Telugu actor Sumanth dubs for Ranveer Singh-starrer '83'
7 hours ago
BWF World Tour Finals: Sindhu, Srikanth make winning starts; Ponnappa-Sikki lose
8 hours ago
Now scan documents with your Google Chromebook camera
8 hours ago
Kamal Haasan recovers from Covid, will be fully fit soon
8 hours ago
Bus fares to go up in Telangana
8 hours ago
Ram Charan on working with Shanmugam: 'I'm having a fanboy moment on the sets'
8 hours ago
FIR against Zukerberg for FB post against Akhilesh
11 hours ago
Hyderabad's Sunday-Funday event called off in view of Omicron concerns
11 hours ago
Tension during 'Mahapadyatra' by Amaravati farmers
11 hours ago
Blingy 'Pushpa' set for Samantha's item number as she jives with Allu Arjun
11 hours ago
Chiranjeevi on Sirivennela: We were hoping to get advanced treatment for him
13 hours ago
Mysuru on alert as 72 nursing students test positive for Covid-19
14 hours ago
Covid infection raises complications in pregnancy, birth
14 hours ago
Tirumala ghat road closed again following landslides
15 hours ago
Apple launches new limited-edition Beats Studio Buds
15 hours ago
Raashi Khanna keeps promise, makes planting a sapling on birthday a tradition
15 hours ago
Twitter bans sharing of images, videos without people's consent
15 hours ago
Rajamouli mourns 'Dosti' lyricist Seetharama Sastry's demise
16 hours ago