Published On : Sat, Jul 23rd, 2016

“What matters in Bollywood is original you, not fake” : Rajpal Yadav

Rajpal Yadav
Nagpur Today.

Rajpal Yadav, who has taken the Bollywood comedy genre by storm in the series of masala movies, has been away from big screen for long time. Now he is back with the fresh comedy flavor of the season which he is set to bring in his upcoming movie “Babuji Ek Ticket Bambai”

The film Babuji Ek Ticket Bambai is an effort to focus on how a dying scared culture deprived of support from the various sections can metamorphose into current corrupt form. The film reflects the dehumanizing situation that the commercially sexually exploited women (CSEW) face in our country.

Babuji Ek Ticket Bambai is Comedy film with some serious matters which is expected to release on August 5, 2016.
In Nagpur to promote his movie, Rajpal Yadav took time to catch up with Nagpur Today and engaged in a free wheeling discussion.

You like to be called as an entertainer rather than a comedian. Why?
Both “Taare Zameen Pe and “Partner” were box-office hits, but there’s a difference between the two. Taare Zameen Pe was serious entertainment while Partner was comic entertainment. Every actor follows director’s interpretation. Director is the one who decides whether the actor should act on serious entertainment script or comic entertainment script.

How do you deal with the script?
I study the character to get best dialogue delivery.

What is important in Bollywood… physical appearance or talent?
What matters in this Industry is the original you not your fake behavior.

If not actor what career would have you chosen?
I never thought for it, but yes I would love to go for politics.

Your role in “Babuji Ek Ticket Bambai?
I am playing role of unemployed village boy who helps as well will be seen destroying a girl’s life who struggles for her survival.

Tell us something about the story line of the film?
Film is based on the Bedni community of Bundelkhand and the film’s story narrates the painful situations encountered by women of the Bedni community and how they are being exploited by powerful politicians and businessmen.