5 Times We Loved Arshad Warsi’s Quirky Roles

Arshad Warsi, one of the most versatile actors of Bollywood, has won the hearts of many. He started his Bollywood career as a choreographer and went on to choreograph the title track for the film Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja (1993). As it is rightly said, hard work pays and in this actor’s case, it is very evident. Arshad Warsi made his debut as an actor in the film Tere Mere Sapne (1996), which was offered to him by Jaya Bachchan.

From there onward, he went on to climb the ladder of success and worked hard to be established as a good actor. Over the years, we have seen him play different characters and we loved every bit of it. His passion, enthusiasm and moreover, his love for the roles he takes up, makes him one of the most versatile actors in B-town. Let’s take a look at some of his brilliant performances where he made us love him even more.

Circuit – Munnabhai Series

The Munnabhai series would not have been complete without Circuit. Arshad Warsi was the best pick to play this character and he could not have done a better job. This character’s quirkiness, dialogues and the style with which the actor delivered them were simply amazing. His brilliant performance in both the films and comic timing were loved by all.

Mahendra Fauji – Zila Ghaziabad

This film featured Sanjay Dutt while the villainous character of Mahendra Fauji was offered to Arshad Warsi and there is no doubt that he did a great job. Known for playing funny characters, Arshad surprised his fans by taking up this role and did complete justice to it.

Jagdish Tyagi – Jolly LLB

Jolly LLB saw Arshad Warsi play the role of an advocate who fights for justice. While his role demanded him to play a serious character, there were some scenes in the film where he is shown having a good sense of humor. The film not just won appreciation but also got Arshad much love from the audience.

Madhav – Golmaal series

While these films have had many actors who played different characters, Arshad Warsi certainly stood out in his own unique way. He was seen as one of the characters who can definitely take the audience on a laughter ride.

Jai Kapoor – Kabul Express

The year 2006 saw quite a lot of Arshad Warsi delivering some brilliant performances. Kabul Express was one such movie that featured him in the role of as a TV journalist, which was appreciated by many. The film did not do well at the box-office but Arshad managed to impress his fans.

Arshad Warsi is now back on screen with Fraud Saiyyan. The movie tells the story of a con artist in North India who convinces women to marry him just so he can live off their money. Arshad Warsi will play the titular character and the film has been directed by Sourabh Shrivastava. Arshad and comedy have had a long-standing affair so it will definitely be interesting to see him back at his best element. Watch the trailer of the film below.

Even off screen, Arshad Warsi is known to be witty. Watch him discuss frauds in his exclusive interview with BookMyShow below.

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