Actor Ashok Saraf will play a game for an organization working for HIV positive children in the special episode of Who Will Be a Millionaire.
Mumbai : In Anant Sagar of Entertainment Comedy king Ashok Saraf, who has an independent island of acting, will take part in a wonderful game of knowledge and entertainment, who will be a millionaire. Although Ashok Saraf is just seventy-five years old, his enthusiasm is tremendous at this age. Ashok Saraf will be accompanied by his younger brother Subhash Saraf and wife Nivedita Saraf’s sister Dr. Minal Paranjpe.
Ashok Saraf, who has always been grounded, has played serious and comic roles despite reaching the pinnacle of success. And so he is counted among some fourteen actors. He has featured in various roles in his career in the world of cinema with his strong acting. With the arrival of such a shining sun in acting, the stage of ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ will be lit up.
Ashok Saraf is going to play the game of ‘Kaun Crorepati Hoga’ for ‘Palvi’, a service-oriented organization run by Prabha Heera Pratishthan which works for and supports HIV positive children near Pandharpur. After taking the name of Ashok Saraf, many hit films like Banwabanvi, Dhoomdhadka, Navra Majha Navsa come before us. His journey from ‘Yayati’ to ‘Vacuum Cleaner’ continues unabated. It has been 50 years since Ashok Saraf made his film debut. On the stage of ‘Kon Hona Crorepati’, many memories of cine-drama were revived.
Before making his debut in the entertainment industry, Ashok Saraf used to work in a bank and do drama tours. At that time Saraf and his brothers narrated funny tales about their holiday in the bank by giving fake medical certificates. He also shared his childhood memories of working in a play with famous cricketer Sunil Gavaskar and playing cricket with him.
He made his debut in the drama Yayati and Devayani. Due to many such memories and anecdotes, this special part of ‘Who will be a crorepati’ is going to get more colorful.