Actor-producer Paresh Rawal, widely appreciated for his performance, admits he is his own biggest critic.
"My biggest critic is myself. If I do a film thinking it's a good film and if it doesn't shape up the way I think, I do feel bad. But I just move on. I have never been choosy. My only three demands are to work with good directors, on a good script and with good people," Paresh told IANS.
"If there is Naseer bhai and Omji, I would love to work with them because I love that association. I get a lot to learn from them," he said.
"If I don't get all the three things that I ask for, then I think about money. Ultimately, money is also important," he added.
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