Be it a movie or a web series, right from Munna Bhai M.B.B.S to Asur, we have seen Arshad ace all types of roles made under the sun. Having given us iconic characters such as Circuit, Madhav, etc, the actor continues to give one flawless performance after another. The man who never fails to tickle our funny bone with his impeccable comic timing turns 53 today. And to mark the grand occasion, we’ve listed down five of his movies that have brought a smile to our face in no time.
Munna Bhai M.B.B.S: Arshad Warsi doesn’t need an introduction for this movie. Playing the perfect sidekick to Munna, the actor, as Circuit, packed a punch being right by his side at all times to give audiences a character they will never forget. Be it his mannerisms, iconic dialogues, the role brought Arshad Warsi back into the limelight and there has certainly been no turning back for the star.
LOL- Hasse Toh Phasse: Amazon Prime Video’s very first comedy reality show releases this April 30. The upcoming offering sees Arshad Warsi as one of the hosts alongside Boman Irani. It’ll be a treat for the audiences as they will relive the good old times between Circuit and Dr. Asthana and see a series of hilarious, funny jokes.
Golmaal: It was ‘fun unlimited’ for us when Arshad Warsi made us LOL (Laugh out loud) as Madhav in this film. His character was well received by the audiences as he treated us with his epic one-liners and mimicry. His bond with his co-stars on the big screen was also one of the highlights of this film.
Dhamaal: The first film of the Dhamaal series released in 2007 that saw Arshad play the character of Adi. The particular role is remembered for its hilarious dialogues and scene with his on-screen camaraderie with Javed Jaffery, who plays his brother. With both actors being kings of comedy in their own right, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that the duo are the Jai-Veeru of this comic adventure.
Jolly LLB: Arshad plays the character of a lawyer named Jagdish Tyagi who keeps viewers entertained with his funny dialogues throughout the film. Despite playing the serious role of a lawyer, Arshad managed to make one laugh in the few court scenes that take place. The actor performed his character with the perfect blend of comedy and seriousness that was loved by the audience