Boman Irani Birthday Special: 5 Films Of The Actor Where He Completely Transformed Himself
Bollywood actor Boman Irani has turned 61 today. The 3 Idiots actor is famous for amazing on-screen transformations over the years. These transformations have helped him create a mark for himself in the global film industry.
Bollywood actor Boman Irani is celebrating his 61st birthday today. The 3 Idiots actor is known for his stunning transformation in movies. He not only transforms his outer appearance but his accent and body language as well, much like a true performer. This dedication towards his roles has earned him immense recognition in India and internationally. So to celebrate his birthday, here are five film roles where Boman Irani completely transformed himself.
1. Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi
Boman Irani is known for his impeccable comedy timing. He displayed this expertise in the film Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi. For the role, Irani nailed the appearance of a middle-aged Parsi man named Farhad Pastakia. Furthermore, he also killed it with his typical Parsi accent. Watch this romantic comedy and witness Boman Irani’s magical performance.
2. Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran
This John Abraham starrer action drama film was based on true events. It revolved around the nuclear testing that took place in Pokhran. In the film, Boman Irani played the role of PMO Secretary Himanshu Shukla. Irani easily adapted himself for the role of a stoic government secretary and delivered a stunning performance.
As mentioned earlier, Boman Irani’s impeccable comedy timing is no secret. Even though he had a supporting role in Housefull, he stood out as Hetal’s father Batuk Patel. Apart from his ethnic attire, Boman Irani nailed his Gujarati accent and added just the right amount of emotional touch to the film.
4. Heyy Babyy
Just like Housefull, Boman Irani had a supporting role in the film. When he is first introduced to the audience, he poses as a health inspector to check on his granddaughter. Soon he enters the scene as a doting father and a concerned grandfather, named Bharat Sahni. His endearing charm adds a magic to the film.
Cocktail was a film, where Boman proved his acting chops with just his body language and actions. In this critically acclaimed film, Boman Irani played the role of Gautam’s uncle Randhir. Even in the few scenes that Irani was present, he managed to create some hilarious moments that will stay with his fans forever.