Famous for his bandwidth of acting with comic roles in iconic Hera Pheri and Welcome to serious and latest ones in Uri, Manto and Sanju, actor Paresh Rawal has been appointed as the Chairman of National School of Drama.

*instant babu bhaiya memes flash in mind*

Source: dnaindia.com


The NSD (National School of Drama) took to twitter yesterday to announce this update and everyone has showered their love on Veteran actor Paresh Rawal who is also a politician affiliated with the BJP and started his acting career in the eighties.


He was appointed by the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday and would be taking over the position of chairman from prominent theatre artist Arjun Deo Charan who is chairing it at present. Rawal also added that he had previously performed in the NSD’s festival of theatre, ‘The Bharat Rang Mahotsav’, and he’s looking forward to his new role.

Source: tribuneindia.com


More about Paresh Rawal-

  • Widely respected for his versatility be it in BJP or acting, he was a significant Lok Sabha MP from Ahmedabad East.
  • His main achievement being that he was honored with a Padma Shri in 2014.
  • Taking it from scratch, he started his showbiz career in 1982 with the Gujarati movie Naseeb Ni Balihari and ever since he has wooed the love of people with many comical, villain and serious roles. 
  • His productions like Krishan vs Kanhaiyaa and the Gujarati play Dear Father have been performed before houseful audiences too.

With his legendary roles in Bollywood’s best like Andaz Apna Apna, Chachi 420, Hera Pheri, Aankhen, Awara Paagal Deewana, Hungama, Hulchul, Garam Masala, Bhagam Bhag, Malamaal Weekly, Welcome and, Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge, we truly believe that TALENT HAI TOH:

But this doesn’t end here, we have got twitteratis wishing Babu Bhaiya in their own ishtyle.

As he’s taking a leap towards being the chairman, everybody is awaiting to see the new updates he’d make. Also he’s been a very generous person in real life and a gem in Bollywood who would be respected and loved unconditionally.