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Sunil Pal to show his serious side in 'Money Back Guarantee'
July 12, 2013 , 3 : 06 pm GST
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Stand-up Bollywood comedian Sunil Pal. Photo - Wikimedia/commons
Stand-up Bollywood comedian Sunil Pal says his second directorial venture 'Money Back Guarantee' has a social message and will also show his serious side.
The winner of the debut season of 'The Great Indian Laughter Champion', Pal made his directorial debut with the movie titled 'Bhavnaao Ko Samjho', which featured 54 stand-up
Bollywood comedians including Johnny Lever, Raju Srivastava, Kapil Sharma, Khayali, Ehsaan Qureshi, Sudesh Lahiri and Rajiv Thakur.
He acted in the film apart from directing and producing. "We are working on my second film. It has elements of comedy and has a social message as well. We will more or less repeat the same comedians as we had in our first film 'Bhavnaao Ko Samjho'. We have started on the music part of the film but the shooting will begin from August," Pal told PTI.
Pal will also act in the film and he insists audience will get to see a different side in the film. Apart from this film, Pal will be seen in the Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan starrer much awaited superhero film 'Krrish 3', which is set to release on November 4.
"I have a small role in the film. Hrithik plays a waiter in the film and we are his regular customers. It is a funny role, beyond this I can't talk much about this project," Pal
Pal had earlier worked with Hrithik in 'Krazzy 4', in which the latter performed an item number. He had also acted in Bollywood director Priyadarshan's 'Phir Hera Pheri' alongside actors like Paresh Rawal, Akshay Kumar and Suniel Shetty.
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