Bollywood Podcast: Arshad Wasi
Probably best known as 'Circuit' in the phenomenally successful Munnabhai films (the second of which features in my '
Ten Best Bollywood Movies' article), Arshad Wasi has done a good job of becoming a fan's favourite since his debut in the mid 90s.
Funny, open and charming is a good way to describe him, but you can listen for yourself in my latest podcast where we talk about the likelihood of Munnabhai 3, why Newcastle is now the best city in the UK and of course his latest movie, Hum Tum Aur Ghost (Me, You & Ghost), which he stars in and also produces for the first time. It's released by Studio 18 and in cinemas on Friday 26th March 2010.
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