Priyadarshan is a famous Indian film director who has, in the span of about 30 years, directed more than 90 films in various languages. He’s especially known for the funny characters that he introduces and the drama he builds around them in his films. Priyadarshan is one such director whose films are loved by one and all and can be watched anytime, anywhere.
The hilarious and kind-hearted garage owner who innocently eats all the machliya in his very own ‘Baburao ka ishtyle’ can never be forgotten.
And while Shahid was busy paying off his debts, Bandeya was busy washing clothes and polishing the shoes for the Gujaratis. Also, who can ever forget his demand for an ‘Aari’ to cut the chaar roti that he was served instead of Aachar.
This entire film is a laughter riot. Right from the jugalbandhi between the Angarchand brothers to Lucky (Arshad Warsi) being the constant supporter with those ‘Mendak wali Aankhein’ so that Jai could marry Anjali, everything about this character had us in splits!
When we speak of Rajpal Yadav in Bhool Bhulaiyaa, all we could recollect about is his jump, every time Akshay Kumar said ‘Paani’.
The extremely cool personality of Mac and his timeless bond with Sam is unforgettable. The way they handle each situation along with Mambo (Paresh Rawal), the chef is incredible.
Rajpal Yadav is an expert when it comes to his comic timing. He has made us laugh out loud each time he appears on the screen and even more so under the direction of Priyadarshan. We can’t help but laugh each time we watch De Dana Dan.
Govinda steals the show with his humor and his comebacks as Babla in Bhagam Bhag. Also, his impeccable comic timing with Akshay Kumar was the talk of the town after the film got released.
Right after Garam Masala, Priyadarshan gave us Malamaal Weekly. When we have Paresh Rawal, Om Puri, and Rajpal Yadav in a film, what else do we need for entertainment?