Actor Govinda’s nephew Krushna Abhishek just made his film debut with Bol Bachchan. The dancer-comic who also featured on Comedy Circus, lists seven reasons that make Bollywood a funny place.
Producer- The man with folded hands: He/she is the only employer who pays for work, food, clothes and other things, but still stands on the sets with folded hands, trying to keep everyone happy.
Want to be famous? Trim your hair: You don’t need to do much to make headlines. Try trimming your hair or going bald (Aamir Khan’s new crew cut for Dhoom 3 has been making headlines). Or, just wear a pair of odd shoes or merely announce your plan to strip for some absurd occasion. Before you know it, you’ll be the most talked-about person in town.
More acting assignments for those who can’t really act: Young and talented entrants in the acting profession have to work hard to get roles. But other established ones who ham their way to stardom really don’t. They just sit pretty as lead roles in plum projects keep coming their way.
Have feet? Then don’t dance: The chances of you winning a dance competition with two left feet are much higher than you taking home the trophy with the usual set of one right-one left foot. Somehow the non-dancers always seem to beat the best dancers on display to win the show.
Outdoor shoots mean pocket friendly holidays: This is an advantage for actors. Going on outdoor shoots is like getting paid to go on holidays with your family and and friends while you’re at work. Who pays? Producer hai na!
Award functions is equal to empolyment: Award functions are loved by actors. They provide jobs to those who’re otherwise rarely seen and never heard of. genres don’t matter: Who says movies like RGV Ki Aag and Clerk didn’t made sense? They’re they most hilarious films ever made!