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Kumail Nanjiani looks stylish as he promotes Welcome to Chippendales

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Kumail Nanjiani cut a stylish figure as he left The View in New York City on Wednesday, while promoting new series, Welcome To Chippendales.The Harold and Kumar star, 44, wore a bright yellow button-up shirt with white circular designs under a green leather jacket with green pants and brown leather shoes.His new limited series, Welcome to Chippendales, is a wild crime saga, based on the true story behind the man-tastic, sex-god, abs party that grew into a global phenomenon.

The View guest: Kumail Nanjiani, 44, was spotted as he left The View in New York City on Wednesday where he talked up his new film, Welcome to Chippendales, while sharing the heartwarming moment he met his hero Robin WilliamsDescribing his character, Kumail said, ‘So, the guy who created Chippendales… he was this Indian immigrant, I didn’t know the story, a lot of wild stuff happened behind the scenes.’He added, ‘People got murdered over Chippendales.

He was setting fires to other male strip clubs because he thought they were stealing his ideas, so you know, I had no idea so much wild stuff happens.’Nanjianai had to stretch outside his comfort zone to play the role of a shady character who gets angry.

Coming from a comedic background, Kumail explained that he drew inspiration from his hero Robin Williams who also began his career as a stand-up comedian but later famously portrayed more serious, darker characters.Kumail said: 'H’s sort of a bad guy, you know, he’s a dark character, you know and when I look at the people that sort of inspired me to do comedy in the first place, someone I think of a lot is Robin Williams.‘He’s great, and when I think of people who started off as stand-up and ended up doing dark, dramatic roles, it’s very hard to beat the.

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