EXCLUSIVE: Kaustubh Kumar aka Srikant Tiwari’s boss from The Family Man 2 explains term – ‘The Minimum Guy’: Bollywood News

Family man 2 which was released earlier this month on Amazon Prime Video has lived up to the expectations and hype surrounding the series. The series directed by Manoj Bajpayee who stars as a TASC officer is seen taking on a business early in the second season. In the trailer for the second season, we learned about the new work of Manoj Bajpayee’s character Srikant Tiwari and his enthusiastic boss played by Kaustubh Kumar. We were also introduced to the term ‘Minimum Guy’. In the series, Manoj Bajpayee questions the meaning of the term “Minimum Guy” as his boss always tells him to “not be a Minimum Guy”. So when Bollywood Hungama caught up with Kaustubh Kumar, we asked the boss himself the meaning of ‘Minimum Guy’.

Explaining the term ‘Minimum Guy’ and how it came to be a part of the series, Kaustubh said, “Well I think the creators of the series said it was basically bad English.” Don’t be one minimum guys “can’t be grammatically correct. Raj Sir and Mister DK had this idea where they wanted to find a phrase that they wanted to make up for all the motivational discussions in the office and all the encouraging discussions. They were looking for when a day all the writers and directors and everybody found that line and they just did it “don’t be a minimum guy”.

“In the same way they had made the sentence in Come on Goa is gone which was not said by a person but his photo was there. Likewise, they came up with ‘Don’t be a minimum guy’. They wanted something eccentric. It contains the eccentric element where the boss expects the employee to do everything and not even leave a single activity in the office unattended, even if it’s someone’s birthday or whatever. . Don’t be a minimum guy, do the maximum you possibly can on top, ”Kaustubh added.

In the movie Come on Goa is gone, which was produced by Raj and DK, they had put up a Steve Jobs poster with the quote that read: “What do we know, what have we learned”. However, the quote was never said by Steve Jobs and was added as an original element to the film.

READ ALSO: Amazon Prime Video asks Manoj Bajpayee about his new job at Netflix after The Family Man 2; the actor answers


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