Aadar Jain says 'comedy is one of the hardest genres' to perform: I have given it my all for 'Hello Charlie'

In a recent chat, the lead star of Hello Charlie, Aadar Jain has opened up about doing a role in a comedy film. The actor mentioned that he has worked very hard to make use of the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
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Actor Aadar Jain says he has given his all to the upcoming film "Hello Charlie", claiming that he has a once-in-a-lifetime role in the comedy. "I've worked really hard on portraying Charlie as the goofy, loving, and simplistic boy that our director and I think he is, and I'm thrilled with the response to my comic timing on screen. I believe comedy is one of the hardest genres to perform as an actor and I have given it my all for 'Hello Charlie' because I think it's a once-in-a-lifetime role," Aadar said.

"Hello Charlie" is set to be a digital release on April 9. In the film, Aadar shares a unique friendship with a gorilla he is transporting out of Mumbai. Little does he know that the gorilla is actually a human being (played by Jackie Shroff) dressed as an ape.

"While it was exciting, it was also challenging to land all the comic punches correctly for people to have a laugh and just have a ball with us on this crazy ride. I also do believe that as actors we do get to choose the films we do but this film found and chose me, which is a really special feeling," he said.

"Hello Charlie" will premiere on April 9. Directed by Pankaj Saraswat, the film stars Jackie Shroff, Shlokka Pandit, Rajpal Yadav and Elnaaz Norouzi. It has been produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar.

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Anonymous 2 months ago

What's your name? I A Maadar

Anonymous 2 months ago

The dude never laughs. That explains why comedy is the most difficult for him to perform. Lol