Mumbai, Feb 23 (IANS) Actor Manish Paul, who anxiously awaits the release of his forthcoming comedy film “Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive”, says he got “emotional” when he saw his face printed on a hoarding for the first time. He feels first hoarding is special for every actor.
“Every person who comes to Mumbai to become an actor dreams of seeing himself on a hoarding in the city. When I came here, I had a perception that if you are on a hoarding at Juhu circle, it is a big deal,” Manish said.
“And luckily, it happened! It was for Indian Television Academy Awards. I felt so emotional to see myself on that hoarding. I went there during the night and clicked as many photographs with the hoarding as I could. That was lovely,” Manish said on TV show “Yaar Mera Superstar”.
The 34-year-old, who has previously appeared in films like “Mickey Virus” and “Ranbanka”, says he is “very possessive about the Ganapati idol” that he keeps in his car.
“When I first bought a car, I had got this Ganapati ji and since then though I have changed cars, his place has not changed. He has been there on my dashboard always. Many people gave me Ganapati idols but I never removed this one and I’m very possessive about him. I feel one should worship god. It gives positive vibes. I really believe in Hanuman ji and Ganapati Bappa,” he said.
Directed by Abhishek Sharma, “Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive” is slated to release on February 26.