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Leading man and the hero’s best friend in the early 1990s, Pandey went to Bangladesh when his career was on a decline and became a superstar. Recently, he complained: “After , I thought fans will run after me for autographs.
In the past couple of years, Pandey has made his way back to A-list Bollywood, albeit with silly films Chunky Pandey is famous, and it has nothing to do with his acting. But nobody recognised me.” Does it matter that Pandey has taken to puerile roles in low-rent sex comedies in which he shows up in velvet suits and synthetic rugs, mumbling, ‘I am joking’? But, apparently, there is a smart reason for taking up such corny stuff.
He is famous because he hangs out with Shah Rukh Khan. He explains, “Whatever character I now play should appeal to a five-year-old. If I can make that child laugh, then it means I have succeeded in reaching out.” After nearly 80 films and 25 years, Chunky’s awaiting real recognition. So I know it did quite okay.” Does he look back at his older stuff with horror—or fondness? “When I signed my first film, I asked my producer, ‘Who’s the heroine?
And, because he is everywhere–a smiley-faced presence at private dos, success parties and store launches. He can put his arms around an event photographer’s shoulder and persuade him to let him take a look at his camera: “ will carry a picture of Pandey or not, depending on what he is wearing. He is counting on Anurag Kashyap, Vishal Bhardwaj, Dibakar Banerjee and “Stevenwa Spielbergwa” to take a cue from Tigmanshu Dhulia’s , he was desperately hoping for a revival. He’ll dance and make merry but, then he’ll go bam, bam, bam–start killing people. The memory of those earlier films does something to him. Of course, Neelam was also Govinda’s heroine, but our pairing was special.” Chunky, whose wife Bhavna is now “best friends” with Neelam, was a fan of the actress when he was starting out in the late 1980s. ’ He said, ‘Neelam.’ I couldn’t believe my luck.” How he got that offer is a classic ‘Ripley’s Believe it or Not’ nugget.
He once called himself “a national treasure” before apologising to say that he meant “a national disaster”.