Paresh Rawal praises Kapil Sharma, thinks he can bring laughter ‘with the lines which have no humour in them’
Veteran actor Paresh Rawal has lauded comedy king Kapil Sharma for his content and talent while talking about evolution of comedy in Bollywood.
Comedy is undoubtedly one of the most loved but difficult genres to pull off in the film industry. Over the years, many Bollywood gems have successfully tickled our funny bone. However, there are some which may have been funny at their time, but don’t quite sit well with the audience today. This is because there is a fine line between comedy and tragedy. Well, veteran actor Paresh Rawal, who has been a part of several blockbuster hits, feels the genre as well as the writing has evolved quite a lot in the past few years.
In a recent interview with ETimes, he talked about the same and lauded comedy king Kapil Sharma for his content. Rawal was quoted saying, “Writing has changed a lot and one such example is Kapil Sharma's show. Kapil is extremely talented. He has the capacity to bring laughter with the lines which have no humour in them. He just delivers the line in a way that brings laughter. There is no buffoonery these days in films and another thing which I don't like is people making fun of disabled characters.”
He called mocking someone a disgusting act and stated that people who make such jokes should be punished. The actor explained, “I feel comedy that shows you a direction is correct humour.” On the professional front, Paresh was last seen in Sharmaji Namkeen, which was late Rishi Kapoor’s last film. Up next he will share the screen with Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon in Shehzada, the Hindi remake of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo.