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Topic - Aasif Mandvi
Aasif Mandvi, a regular correspondent for "The Daily Show," is going back to the stage.
He's played a charming chef in a feature film that he also co-wrote, and had his breakthrough role in an off-Broadway play about a restaurant. Yet actor-comedian Aasif Mandvi still can barely tell dosas from Devil Dogs.
"I usually cook when I'm in a relationship," he says.
The movie was based on Mandvi's 1999 award-winning one-man show, "Sakina's Restaurant," which he wrote and starred in.