Recently, actor Pankaj Tripathi conducted an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on his social media, where curious fans asked him many questions. One was how was it working with SRK in Dilwale. To this, the actor replied, “Bahut hi shandaar. He’s a superb co-star.”

The actor was also asked if there was a film script he was initially wrong about? To this, the actor surprisingly replied, “Yes, that film was Mimi. And I got a National Award for the same film. Ab lagta hai ki chhod deta toh malaal hota” (Looking back, I feel if I had let it go, I would have regretted it).”
On the other hand, after the success of Shraddha Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao starrer ‘Stree’, fans are eagerly waiting for the second instalment of the horror-comedy.

During the same session, someone inquired about updates for “Stree 2.” In response, Pankaj shared a gif saying ‘Risk Hai‘ and added, ‘Balak, kyun darna chahte ho?’

Main Atal Hoon public review: Pankaj Tripathi delivers excellent performance as Atal Bihari Vajpayee

The shoot of the film is currently underway. It also stars Aparshakti Khurana, and Abhishek Banerjee in key roles.
Pankaj Tripathi is enjoying the success of his latest movie, ‘Main Atal Hoon,’ where he plays the character of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The film beautifully portrays the life and experiences of the respected statesman and poet.

In an interview with News18 earlier, the actor expressed his initial hesitation and nervousness when the film was offered to him. He had reservations about taking on the role, feeling unsure if he could do it justice. The producers, however, reassured him, emphasizing that he was their only choice, and without him, the film might not come to fruition. This affirmation left him feeling overwhelmed and ultimately led him to take on the challenging role.

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