Actor Harish Patel popularly known for the portrayal of Ibu Hatela from the movie, Gunda, has left everyone by surprise. The actor is seen in the teaser of Eternals and this has left many amazed. However, not many details are out about his onscreen character he plays in this superhero movie. Keeping in mind that he is sitting amongst the superheroes, hints at the actor playing a crucial role. Harish Patel has also worked with David Schwimmer in his directorial venture.
David Schwimmer played Ross in the popular SITCOM, Friends, after directing for TV, he went to direct a movie in 2007 titled Run Fatboy Run that saw the Bollywood actor. However, the film did not do well as expected. David had also directed 10 episodes of Friends. Lesser known facts about Harish Patel also played a pivotal role in the film co-starring Simon Pegg, Dylan Moran and Hank Azaria. He also played a significant character in Ghosh Dastidar. Not just Hollywood, he has also appeared in British film.
Back in 2012, he played a part in the movie All in Good Time directed by Nigel Cole, he also appeared in popular American TV shows, one of which is a comedy show titled, Four Weddings and a Funeral.
Besides him Bollywood actors who made a mark with their acting chops across the boundaries were Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri, and Priyanka Chopra. Unlike Harish Patel, they could not make it to the Marvel universe. ALSO READ: Is Gunda's Ibu Hatela AKA Harish Patel A Part Of Marvel's Eternals? Fans Are Convinced After They Spot Him In The Trailer
In 2009, he appeared in ‘Today’s Special’ a project featuring Naseeruddin Shah and Aasif Mandvi, where he plays a chef who is on a journey to rediscover the joys of life via Indian food. ALSO READ: Harish Patel Confirms Being A Part Of Marvel's Eternals; Says 'The Makers Haven't Even Announced My Name'
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