Actor Satish Kaushik's film "Chhoriyan Chhoron Se Kam Hoti" won the National Award for "Best Harayanvi Film''.
As an attempt to remind people of them, the actor has taken on the hosting duties for a comedy show that celebrates the legacy of comedians in Indian cinema.
"'Khaali Peeli' gave me a character that resonates with me on a personal level. Pooja is carefree, funny, and independent as she fends for herself and alters the world she wishes to live in. I'd like to believe I see a little of me in her," Ananya said.
The diva flew all the way from Europe just for two days
"I read a news article about Lal Bihari Mritak many years ago and I was touched by his journey. When I researched about him, I felt that his story deserved to be told and I wanted to do that myself," said Kaushik.
"Khaali Peeli" is directed by Maqbool Khan and also features Jaideep Ahlawat, Satish Kaushik, Swanand Kirkire and Anup Soni. The film releases on Zee5.
The actor-producer sheds light on why should one not miss out on a movie like Chhalaang
"After the lockdown is lifted, I am going to take it easy. You have to follow certain rules and take safety measures. But yes, I have lots of work on my platter."
The Drishyam actor will be seen along with Akshaye Khanna and Priyaank Sharma
Up next for Kaushik is Salman Khan-starrer "Bharat" and Kangana Ranaut's "Mental Hai Kya".
Born on October 19, 1947, Shah studied direction at the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune and made his directorial debut with "Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron" in 1983.
Boney Kapoor says the makers focused on the story rather than depending on the stardom of the lead actors.