Interview with Bollywood comedian Rajpal Yadav
RAJPAL YADAV has more than 87 films in his kitty and indeed he has fulfilled each and every role with dedication and commitment and the outcome
is before everyone. Pick any film of Rajpal, either the character of the terrorist he played in 'Jungle' or the role of household worker in the films 'Pyaar
Tune Kya Kiya' or 'Waqt'. His comic flicks like 'Maalmaal Weekly', 'Partner', 'Bhool Bhulaiya', 'Mujhse Shaadi Karogi', 'Hungama', 'Garam Masala',
'Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya' and many more has firmly established his position as a leading Bollywood comedian. These days he is busy promoting his
forthcoming films 'Toss' and 'Yeh Mera India'. Both these films are lined up for release at around the same time. He has been touring the cities of
Delhi, Jaipur and Mumbai as part of the programmwe to promote his films. Nakshab Khan chats with Rajpal Yadav about the movie YMI and other
Q- Tell us about your film 'Yeh Mera India'.
A- This film is very special to me and I feel proud and obliged to be associated to the film. The film showcases those questions which are imprinted on
our thoughts, beliefs, actions, mission, vision. We, the team of YMI, have worked as a football team where the goal is the same of building an
awareness but the roles are different.
Q- How was your experience working with Director N Chandra?
A- Since childhood I used to watch the films of N Chandra. I admired him immensely for the quality of work and direction he has under his belt. He has
given fabulous masterpieces like 'Tezaab and 'Ankush' to the industry. And when he approached me with this film, I was more than happy and without
a doubt I had to do the movie.
Q- The movie YMI has raised the issue of North Indians and Marathi. To what extent is it true?
A- Such issues don't bother the common man. And a city like Mumbai has been a metropolitan one. And raising such issues are baseless and utterly
misleading. Such issues are only a matter of concern for politicians who bring it out for their pe