Not actors, but the army and police personnel should be called heroes, feels Paresh Rawal.
“We Should Start Calling Actors As ‘Entertainers’ And Our Army and Police As ‘Heroes’ for Our Next Generation To Know The Actual Meaning Of Real Heroes !!!” the veteran actor-politician tweeted.
Paresh Rawal’s tweet comes at a time when 20 Indian army men were recently killed by Chinese forces in Galwan Valley amid ongoing tension between the two nations.
Raveena Tandon also expressed respect for the Indian Army on social media. The actress shared a video on Twitter featuring a group of soldiers, with one of them singing a song.
“Tears in my eyes and a lump in my throat… the true sons of the soil.. my Veers , my brothers, my loves… talent in the viens and junoon for their motherland… I love you Veera, wherever you may be,” wrote the actress.
A while ago, National award-winning actor Paresh Rawal shares an insight into what challenges him as an actor, and how a performing artiste grows.
“I have been working for so long and after a point, the audience knows the kind of actor you are. Then, the drive changes for an actor. Now, I want to look for a script and play a character that challenges me. I want to push my limit and I want to ask myself, ‘yeh mujhse hoga kya’? If it challenges me then that excites me as well!” Paresh told IANS.