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And now Aib is Back and this time with Oscar winning jokes. All India Bakchod which came in the spotlight for its controversial ‘Roast’ involving Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor and Karan Johar earlier this year, has made their superb come back with brilliant party song take by none other than most talented, Irrfan Khan.
Irrfan who is known for his power-packed performances in films like Maqbool, Paan Singh Tomar, Haasil and Haider, has showcased his quirky side in the latest video for standup comedy group All India Bakchod (Aib). He has taken a dig at all party numbers featured in Bollywood films and also seen in an item number for the first time in the six-minute-forty five-second-long hilarious video. You should not miss this video at any cost.
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Nawazuddin Siddiqui is one example of a man who went from rags to riches, literally! From being a small-time watchman to playing a role equivalent to the lead, the actor has surely shot to fame with hardwork.
Nawazuddin started his career with Shool (1999), where he played the role of a waiter. Surprisingly, the movie also starred Manoj Bajpayee (who was the main lead in Gangs Of Wasseypur, where Nawazuddin gained the much-deserved recognition). However, he started getting noticed from Anurag Kashyap's movie Black Friday.
He also did minor roles in 2010 content-driven movies Peepli Live and Paan Singh Tomar, but got hugely noticed in them. He also played a major role in another Irrfan Khan starrer Lunchbox (in 2013) and Vidya Balan »
2 items from 2015
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