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Paresh Rawal turns producer

IndiaGlitz [Thursday, February 11, 2010]
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Most wanted actor Paresh Rawal is now set to start film production
 
Paresh Rawal, who's an iconic comedian after his performances in Hera Pheri, Awaara Paagal Deewana, and many more is turning as a producer. Sources disclose that Paresh has signed the talented Nandita Das to direct a movie for him. Its reported that Paresh's highly impressed with Nandita's talent and if things go as per plan, they will be working together.
 
All of us know, how he can make us laugh, be it with his acting or his dialogue delivery, Paresh Rawal, is one sought after actor. It will be interesting to see what kind of movies he would produce.




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