Bollywood actor Rajpal Yadav recently shared an anecdote related to his film 'Hungama'. He said that when his mother saw his film 'Hungama' released in 2003 for the first time in the house, she refused to watch it because there were many scenes of Rajpal Yadav being slapped and beaten in that film.
Sharing an anecdote related to the film 'Hungama', Rajpal Yadav said that he could never bring his mother to Mumbai because she could not travel. Due to which she watches Rajpal Yadav's films at home and when she saw the film 'Hungama', she first told Rajpal Yadav that 'how much people beat you'. On this, Rajpal Yadav explained to his mother that the beating scenes shown in the film are not real and these scenes make the film a hit. But even after this, his mother did not agree. Rajpal Yadav said it is difficult for a mother to see her son being beaten up.
Let us tell you that apart from Rajpal Yadav, there were stars like Akshaye Khanna, Aftab Shivdasani, Rimi Sen and Paresh Rawal in the film 'Hungama'. At the same time, Rajpal played a funny character named 'Raja' in it. In his interview, Rajpal Yadav also told that the film 'Hungama' changed his life. After this film, he started getting good money, name, recognition and respect. Rajpal Yadav established himself as an actor with Ram Gopal Varma's film 'Jungle'. But he got real recognition only from Priyadarshan's film 'Hungama'.