MUMBAI: Pavail Gulati is known for his work in various Bollywood films like Thappad, Ittefaq and Kalank. He is currently in talks for the recently released movies Goodbye, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Dobaaraa, starring Taapsee Pannu.
In the film Goodbye, Pavail Gulati is playing the role of Amitabh Bachchan and Neena Gupta’s son. He’s sharing screen space with Neena and Rashmika for the first time.
Pavail Gulati currently enjoys 78.7k followers on the platform and never fails to amaze them with his super cool and dapper looks.
Bestarticles got in touch with the actor where he revealed about his experience of working in Goodbye and more.
What is that one word that you count as your takya kalam?
A habit of yours that your family or co-stars wish you change?
I’m obsessed with my cats. It’s just too much.
If we would be on the sets of Goodbye, what’s a thing that we would get to hear about you?
You would surely get to hear that I’m always taking Sahil’s case.
A character from reel life you feel would be quite boring to meet in real life?
Subodh from Dil Chahta Hai. I mean, he was supposed to be boring. I wouldn’t talk to him.
What is the first impression you had of Rashmika?
I used to think if that smile is real or plastered because she smiles so much it hurts my face. Her smile is so beautiful that I envy it.
What’s a song that’s always on your mind?
As of now, I’ll say, ‘Chan Pardesi’ and ‘Jaikal Mahakal’ from Goodbye because I’ve been hearing it so much.
A fan moment that you had?
The only fan moment I’ve had was when I saw Mr. Shahrukh Khan. I saw him from a distance and someone suggested that we meet him but I refused because I will meet him the day when I become someone who can have a chat with him and he would know about me. I don’t want to meet him as a fan. I want to become someone, I want to get on such a level where I can talk to him.
If you are put in a time machine, which film set would you want to visit and why?
One of my favourite films is ‘Luck By Chance’ and every character of that film is beautiful. I would love to go on that set.
What pops in your head when I say Goodbye?
If you would have been a journalist, what is that one question you’d ask Pavail Gulati?
I’ll ask “Why are you so anxious all the time?”
A news or an article that either left you rolling on floor or better stunned?
So there was a journalist, who wrote a very beautiful article about me with all his research. I was stunned by the kind of research he had done. I was very happy with what he wrote. He was very nice.