Talking Comedy with Boman Irani, Arshad Warsi, Suresh Menon, Cyrus Broacha | Film Companion İndir

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  • 26 Nis 2021

  • Comedy icons Boman Irani, Arshad Warsi, Suresh Menon & Cyrus Broacha speak to Suchin about the art of being funny, what makes them laugh, how comedy in India has evolved over the years and shooting their new comedy reality show LOL: Hasse Toh Phasse on @Amazon Prime Video India #BomanIrani #ArshadWarsi #SureshMenon #CyrusBroacha #LOLOnPrime 00:54 - Cyrus on Boman, Arshad & Suresh not make him laugh. 02:01 - Suresh on Cyrus scaring him. 02:30 - Arshad on Suresh & Cyrus not needing funny lines to make one laugh. 03:34 - Boman on being thrown out of the house. 03:55 - Cyrus on Boman & Arshad as hearty laughter's. 04:29 - Cyrus on the definition of funny being changed over the years. 06:57 - Boman on making someone laugh. 07:29 - Suresh being happy on 6 people laughing in the auditorium on his jokes. 08:08 - Cyrus on people coming up to him in morning asking to crack a joke. 08:49 - Arshad on people not seeing the hard-work that goes in making them laugh. 09:58 - Cyrus on people over analyzing jokes. 10:54 - Suresh on doing serious acting in Malayalam films. 12:14 - Cyrus on people working on a conscious level don't have fun. 13:52 - Cyrus on Kunal's Sil jam advertisement. 15:08 - When was the last time... Have you subscribed to Film Companion yet? Join us here - Follow Us On: The Film Companion is a web channel intended to promote Indian cinema through films review, interviews, discussions, video essays and analytical compilations. It is intended primarily for the purpose of encouraging informed discussions, criticism and review of cinema and towards such purpose the programs use short extracts of cinematograph films, sounds recording and photographic works. These clips and extracts are of a minimal nature and the use is not intended to interfere in any manner with their commercial exploitation of the complete work by the owners of the copyright. The use of works are in compliance with the fair dealing exception provided under Sec. 52 of the Copyright Act, and we assert our use of the works under the exception provided for criticism and review.