Actor Paresh Pahuja’s debuting experience with YRF

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It may be hard to discover your place in such a major film and in a similar edge with Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, yet Paresh Pahuja has been fruitful. The actor with the ideal appeal and similarly great acting skills played marksman Azaan in this film. Now, that the film has crossed Rs 250 crore just within 10 days of its release, Paresh is experiencing his fantasy. “If your film releases and becomes successful, it means people have seen your work. I’ve been getting such beautiful messages. So these things enhance your confidence and you know what you are doing is right,” Paresh said.

Paresh | YRF | Tiger Zinda Hai |

For a newcomer, it is a want to enter Bollywood through a Yash Raj film or to work with a Khan. Paresh got both. His fantasy to make a big appearance in Tiger Zinda Hai is precisely what anybody can request. In the film, Paresh’s Azaan is reserved in the mission by Tiger otherwise known as Salman to safeguard the gathering of nurses kept prisoner by an association in Syria.

Paresh hails from Ahmedabad. He moved to Mumbai for contemplates and even landed a position in publicizing. “I did theatre in college but didn’t know how to go about it. You are taught only one thing when you come from a middle-class family, about finding a job and getting married. But that didn’t go well with me because until you satisfy your inner desire, you aren’t satisfied. So I kept changing jobs every 5-6 months because I felt I was not meant for all that,” he said.

Paresh, at last, handled his first advertisement. “The minute I was on a set, acting in an advertisement in front of a camera, I got all my answers, that this is it!” he included. Paresh has been a piece of many TVCs either as a performer or as a voice-over artist.
“When Tiger happened, I wasn’t told anything. Shanoo (Sharma, casting director for YRF) said I saw your ad. She called me for an audition without any brief,” Paresh shared while reviewing his first brush with YRF. Afterward, when Shanoo offered him Azaan, that is the point at which he became more acquainted with he had packed away Salman-Katrina’s Tiger Zinda Hai.

“I had a thought in my head that being a Salman Khan film how much impact will I be able to make. But, the minute I read the script, I was mind-blown. Azaan was something that sounded so beautiful with a lot of meaning to it. I realized my part was not dependent on anyone, he is not like the hero’s friend. Azaan had his own identity. He was brought on the mission because Tiger needed him. And above that, he is a Muslim whose patriotism is questioned. There are only 3% Muslims in Indian Army. So, Ali (Abbas Zafar) had very beautifully touched upon all these little things,” Paresh explained.
Paresh and others had to undergo martial arts training and learn hand combat to fight without weapons. “We used to train with actual riffles which were 10-12 kgs so that it looks very natural onscreen. This training was very important. By the end of it, we are actually soldiers. Now if you give me any rifle, I can fire,” he quipped.

Paresh and others had to undergo martial arts training and learn hand combat to fight without weapons. “We used to train with actual riffles which were 10-12 kgs so that it looks very natural onscreen. This training was very important. By the end of it, we are actually soldiers. Now if you give me any rifle, I can fire,” he quipped.

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