Mumbai: ‘My co-stars in the play have always praised me and made me great. So unknowingly I got here and I don’t think there’s anything different about me or what I’ve done. If there’s one thing I’d like to thank the most right now, it’s the audience, because if you’re not the audience, then I’m not. You have come to experience this work and even today there is no vacant seat. I will always remember this moment,’ veteran actor Ashok Saraf said.
A special rehearsal of the play ‘Vacuum Cleaner’ starring Ashok Saraf was held on Saturday morning. During the experiment, Ashok Saraf was congratulated on the occasion of his 75th birthday. Ashtavinayak Natyasanstha and his family organized the congratulation ceremony for veteran actor Ashok Saraf, who has won the hearts of the audience with his acting for the past fifty years. “Even today, the response from the audience inspires me to work. As long as the actors, the audience, the directors, the producers strongly support me, I am not afraid of anyone,” said Saraf.
Publication of ‘Me Bahurupi’
Mumbai: A special performance was organized at Kalidas Natyagriha in Mulund to mark the 75th birth anniversary of veteran actor Ashok Saraf. On this occasion, the famous cricketer Sunil Gavaskar published Ashok Saraf’s book ‘Me Bahurupi’. Actor Subodh Bhave led the program in the presence of the Minister of State for Food and Civil Supplies, Chhagan Bhujbal, as well as celebrities from the film industry. Gavaskar also shared childhood memories of him with Ashok Saraf. Ashok Saraf thanked the audience for making this day unforgettable.