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       Dileep coaxed me, though I was not interested
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When one hears the name Hari Sree Asokan, the first emotion that comes on his face is laughter. Who would forget Ramanan in Punjabi House and Kallan Kochunni in CID Moosa?  

Now he is opening up on the film which he would not have acted, but for actor Dileep's coaxing. The film was Parvathy Parinayam directed by P G Viswambaran. He did the hilarious role of a beggar in the film.

"I was not interested to do the role. At that time, I was acting a full-length role in the film Kokkarakoo. But in Parvathy Parinayam, there was only three scenes for me.  I had to say the dialogue – please give something for this poor beggar. I presented the dialogue suffixing it with Hamma Hamma Hamma (part of a hit song). Even at the sets there was splits of laughter and later, in theatres also, it was no different," he recalled.

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