Actor-turned-author Jugal Hansraj is well-known for his look in movies like Masoom, Ghar Se Nikalte Hi and Mohabbatien. While he began his profession as a baby artist, his first movie was Aa Gale Lag Jaa reverse Urmila Matondkar. He was 21 when he starred within the movie.
While he had signed a number of movies with many large administrators however sadly, none managed to go on flooring, till Aa Gale Lag Jaa occurred. Interestingly he wasn’t the primary selection for the movie however Saif Ali Khan was. Now Hansraj shares attention-grabbing particulars about it.
Talking to Indian Express, Jugal Hansraj stated, “Between 18 to 21, I signed two films with Manmohan Desai and Pahlaj Nihalani, but unfortunately they weren’t starting. I did Loha (1987) starring Dharmendra as a child actor with producer Salim Akhtar. He called me and said they were starting a film at Filmistan Studio in six days since they’ve parted ways with Saif due to some issue. Songs and everything was ready and they wanted to sign me as the lead actor. I was shocked. I asked for a few hours to talk to my family. I returned to their office and signed the contract. Those days it used to be one-page contact, not like today, kind of big corporate novels. They took me shopping for clothes, and in next six days, I was on set giving my first shot with Paresh Rawal.”
Jugal additionally revealed that he feels blessed regardless of not coming from a movie household. Several large administrators reached out to him on their very own, even when a lot of these movies couldn’t roll. He then spoke about his “dream project” Mohabbatein and his shut affiliation with the Yash Chopra household.
He stated, “Uday Chopra is a good friend, and I was close to Yash ji too. They knew I loved animation and my interest in reading about making such films. YRF was tying up with Disney at that time. Aditya Chopra casually asked me if I had ideas for animation films. A month later I gave him two, 10-page stories – one with stray dogs on the streets of Mumbai, and one with ants. He liked the stray dogs one and asked me to write the script,” Jugal shared, including that Aditya Chopra prompt to make it a “fun Bollywood spoof with all the masala like cabaret song, villain and things we’ve grown up to.”