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Anupam Kher and Maniesh Paul bonded like a real father and son on the sets of Baa Baa Black Sheep
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Anupam Kher and Maniesh Paul share a very interesting relationship and it's reel avtaar is very similar to real avtaar.

Director Vishwas Paandya says, "The two bonded like a real father and son where Anupam Kher took every opportunity he had to streamline Maniesh as an actor and a star and move out of his host personality. He would make Maniesh go back and do a scene again if he felt that the youngster had over acted and made him downplay his act."

In the film too Anupam trains Maniesh in their family occupation of contract killing and this he does with the shri ram bhajan playing in the background.

Asking about it to Maniesh Paul, he says, "I felt as if my dad was with me throughout. And it's learning from the master himself."

Talking about it, Anupam Kher, says "Maniesh is one of the most charming young fellows, one of the most wonderful guys, positive, humble but for this film he had to come out of his host mode to be a hero. While shooting I used to tell him dont do casual work. He has done very good job."

Baa Baaa Black Sheep, directed by Vishwas Paandya, stars Maniesh Paul, Anupam Kher, Annu Kapoor, Manjari Fadnnis & Kay Kay Menon in a special appearance. Produced by Anand Swarup Agarwal & Krishna Datla, under the banner Agastya Films, it is a Soham Rockstar Entertainment and Swarup Productions presentation. The film will release on March 23rd, 2018.

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