Come Undone - Kunal Karan Kapoor

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I am meeting Kunal Karan Kapoor for dinner. Even though we are friends, I have been bugging him for a feature for weeks but I never tire of his response – “pakka.” I know I am not going to get the feature over dinner...I mean c’mon, I do have a heart. He has been shooting all day and the least I can do is let the man enjoy his dinner in peace. He arrives at the hotel wearing a White T-shirt and jeans carrying a huge bag pack over his shoulder. Though he has been shooting all day, he looks fresh, upbeat and most of all…happy to see me. We sit down, he flips through the menu nonchalantly which is strange because I know he is starving.  He shuts the menu, places it on the table and says to me, “you know what I feel like having?” I am expecting him to ask for some fancy concoction that won’t be on the menu. “Rajma Chaawal” he replies with a smile. Both of us turn to the waiter who answers without being asked, “Yes sir, we have rajma chaawal.” “Perfect!!” Kunal beams! His simple demand makes me smile…the little pleasures of life I suppose.


Dinner is fun and we talk about everything under the moon except my feature so we decide to meet up on his set the next day. I am excited because I get to watch a shoot but more importantly because I get to watch Kunal shoot. Mumbai traffic is pure hell but I do make it to the “Na Bole Tum” set just before lunch. I find Kunal inside his makeup room nibbling at his lunch while reading the lines for his scene. “It is a very short scene and then I pack up”, he informs me. While he reads his lines, I look around his room and click photographs. The room is so him – music playing on his Macbook, his camera and photography gear lying around on the bed, phone on the charger – just a simple guy, with his gadgets, in his space. The only object that literally screams that I am sitting in an actor’s makeup room is the huge vanity mirror placed in one corner. I love this mirror, it’s not the one that you and I have rather, this is the one we see in movies. Small bulbs that glow and radiate a soft, warm light, frame the mirror from top to bottom. I stare at the “Celebrity” mirror, look around the room and then glance at Kunal in his jeans and T-shirt and that's when it dawns upon me…this is the perfect picture of Kunal in my head – the simple celebrity!


Shot is called, we walk into the set and I settle into a comfortable chair in the shadows to watch the magic unfold. I am blown away by all the hard work that goes into “one shot” - so many angles, retakes, organized chaos, constructing and deconstructing the set over and over again. The team is completely engrossed in the scene and Kunal comes and sits with me in between shots to explain just what is happening. Pack up finally!! Kunal is like an excited child…”I never get to take off so early. Chalo, we’ll go home, I’ll make coffee and you can interview me!”



There is a certain vulnerability to Kunal. He is well spoken, confident and very talented yet underneath it all is a boy trying to find himself. I observe him while he talks about his work, his life…he is happy, he is content and yet something is missing. My silent, pensive mood prompts him to ask me what I am thinking. “You look so vulnerable” I respond honestly.  I can see the surprise on his face, “Wow, no one has ever said that to me…thanks…I guess?” He recovers quickly, smiles, looks away, pulls out his camera and starts clicking my pictures! Aha!! So that’s it! He may be a talented actor and a good photographer but I know why he has chosen that very moment to go behind the viewfinder. It is his way of taking cover, ducking from giving away too much! He knows I am not buying his cover, so he puts his camera down, sighs and says, “Chalo…ask away…” Coffee, Pizza, music and conversation…Tinsel Gupshup gives you Kunal Karan Kapoor unplugged….



TG: We know that you wanted to be an actor since you were a kid but when did you realize that you wanted to take up acting as a career? 

KKK: I still don’t know if acting is my true calling. It is a crappy job. I don’t know, I suppose it is great while it lasts but there can be too much frustration, too many if’s and buts’, so I am still not sure if I want to be an actor


TG: But you are an actor

KKK: Hmmm…I am also very fickle


TG: When was the moment that you realized that ok...maybe now I want to be an actor?

KKK: That moment has still not arrived. I am still in between jobs – acting, making videos, call centre…


TG: So you might pick any of those career options over acting?

KKK: Ummm…I don’t think I would go back to a call center. Well, actually there are days when I look at people coming back from their shifts at the call center and I do daydream about those days…


TG: Cutting videos is something new, right? I saw the video you made, it was really nice!

KKK: Actually acting is also something new. Every character is a different job, a different responsibility and more than anything else - a different mindset.



TG: Would you consider acting as a passion?

KKK: I think the TV industry has killed my passion. Don’t get me wrong, I love acting but television is extremely hard and at some point you start pining for a normal, sane existence.

TG: But I read somewhere that as a child you used to stand outside a studio and say that you want to be an actor…

KKK: You know as a kid I figured, I want to be a director. I want to make movies, I had a lot of ideas and honestly I just had images in my head. I thought I will be a director and that way I would be able to make my own movie but I did not have the money. So I thought let me be an actor first then I’ll be able to make the money to make my movie. But now when I look back that was quite a juvenile thought.


TG: Why?

KKK: I don’t know…I think I have lost that child somewhere.


TG: Did you have any formal training in acting?


TG: Tell us a bit about your earlier career days...first photo-shoot, did you do any print, TV ads etc?

KKK: I got my first portfolio done when I was 20. Fresh out of a call centre job. When you are struggling and walk into a production house, the first thing they ask you are for your pictures…or at least they used to. We really did not have facebook or social networking at that time so getting a portfolio done was the logical way to go about it. In fact, I pulled in a favor from a friend and we did this sort of make shift photo shoot…actually can’t really call it a photo shoot! My friend had a camera and in fact, he was a friend of a friend so he kind of helped and clicked some pictures. So that was how I got my portfolio done. Never done any print or television ads.   


TG: How did you land your first audition and how did it go? What did you do to prepare for it?

KKK: My first audition was for Remix. They asked me to play a nerdy stammering kid so I just went with the flow and they liked it apparently. I was working at a call center at that time and a month after the audition I got a call that I had the role. I had met the producer when I was a kid, so I knew her. The same production house had wanted to cast me in a movie as junior Akshay Kumar. I really struggled a lot when I was 13 – 14, met a lot of people and some of those contacts remained.



My first role was in a show called “Rajni” with Priya Tendulkar and it was just for one or two days. Actually, I never got paid for that role but I was so kicked about it!! I did not even audition for that role. Basically, I used to go and hang out at the studios and production houses, made some friends and one day I got a phone call and this person asked, “kal shooting hai, karega? He explained, “Aisa aisa role hai, beemaar baccha hai, hospital mai”…so that was my first role.


Remix happened much later. I had no idea what the role was and I just went for the audition. They asked me to dress in a certain way and I was wearing my chashma. I still remember standing outside in the building compound, the camera pointed at me and I had to rattle off some lines with a stammer.



TG: Did you ever go for an audition and it went horribly wrong? 

KKK: I have walked out of a lot of auditions. The moment I feel that the sensibilities do not match, I apologize for wasting their time and then leave. There are certain things that I cannot do and if I don’t agree with them then I just cannot get myself to do it. If I agree with something I’ll put in my 100% but if I cannot give 100% to something then I back off.  I won’t even try if I know it is something that I don’t want to do. I have a lot of reservations.


TG: For example:

KKK: I can’t do slapstick. I absolutely abhor slapstick, I cannot watch slapstick shows on TV, just makes my stomach churn.



TG: So, have you gone for auditions where they have asked you to do slapstick?

KKK: Yes


TG: And you have not done it

KKK: Nope and this has happened many times.


TG: But isn’t that a risk you are taking….with the production house that has called you?

KKK: I really don’t care. I don’t think this is…I still feel I am in between jobs.


TG: So you don’t care about burning bridges?

KKK: I am not rude. It’s just that if something does not agree with me, it does not agree with me.


TG: The best compliment you have ever received and the most discouraging thing anyone has said to you

KKK: Most discouraging thing….ummm...some people told me that “Tu kabhi hero nahi ban sakta hai”. No one will give you a lead role.


TG: Really? What was your reaction to that?

KKK: My first reaction was – “LIKE WHY?”


TG: Trust the Leo in you to go on the offensive…and then?

KKK: And then I was coming home and I was like…really? It did put me in that whole self questioning mode - what am I doing in life? Am I really supposed to do this? I’ll be lying if I say it did not affect me and It hurt, I mean, of course it hurt and I am sure it was said in my best interest.


TG: Best compliment?

KKK: You know what…I don’t remember the compliments.  I suppose the best compliment had to be the one from my dialogue writer – Mr. Subrat Sinha. He said, you do complete justice to my words.  Coming from the writer, it felt really really nice.



TG: Did you ever feel like giving up and going into another field?

KKK: All the time! But that is working in TV. It kills you every day and it revives you every day.



TG: When you weight the money, the fame, and all the perks that come with being an actor against the bad things…what is heavier?

KKK: I have said this before somewhere and I’ll just reiterate. I don’t know myself as a person. If I have to buy a belt and I leave the house, I’ll buy 50 other things before I get to the belt or I won’t get to the belt at all. But when I am acting, when I have those lines, I know who I am, I know who the character is, I have met him somewhere, I have a picture in my head. I don’t mess around; I know what my character has to do in that scene. That feeling of knowing what I want is precious. So yes, I’ll take the exhaustion any day. I think I have learnt from my characters. From Mohan Bhatnagar I have learnt many things – to not give up.


TG: Ok, so you can’t say these things to me and then expect me to believe that acting is not your passion

KKK: I am passionate about acting but as I said…I think I am really angry with TV. The passion may still be there but the anger puts a wet blanket over it sometimes.


TG: Tell us about a life changing moment (in terms of your career)

KKK: This show. This show has changed the way I live…I have moved. I have never moved in so many years, I have travelled a lot but I have never moved. I have always called Chembur my home and suddenly all that changed and I took an active decision and moved my life to another place. I am not complaining, it is a better place but somehow everything has changed in terms of where I stay, in terms of who my friends are, in terms of work, in terms of sleep, in terms of perception and I am still getting to know this side of life.


You have to understand I was free for a year….I mean, free for a year. I have woken up at odd hours and gone to bed at odd hours. I would stand at my window and see people leaving for their respective jobs, there was a paan waala selling paan below my place and everyone would be going about their jobs. And I would be standing there looking at everyone working.  Then I would turn around, get under my quilt and shut my eyes and when they would finally open everyone would be coming back home from work. There I was, standing at my window watching everything around me move while my life was static.  All I would do is get out, take my laptop or a book, have coffee, read on the net, come back home watch Big Boss and go to sleep again. So this is a superb change.


TG: How would you react if someone said you have emerged as the "underdog"?

KKK: I would not want to consider myself as the underdog…who would? Ummm…for me I am the king , well at least in certain aspects of my life. I don’t want to think that people had low expectations of me and I just shocked them. I do what I want to, I work where I wish to. I mean I have never been in a situation where I have not been able to find work. I chose not to work for so many days. I chose not to work for certain people, I chose not to take up certain roles and I can always branch out to something else or start something else.  But I suppose if someone else called me an underdog I would just say thank you.


TG: I suppose it is all about perception…right? People don’t expect you will emerge a winner, they don’t think you can play a lead, or fit into a certain role and out of nowhere you get this one opportunity and you prove everyone wrong! I know you are loved as Mohan Bhatnagar but to me you made a mark with Angad in Pratigya. I still call you Angad, it’s just stuck in my head…

KKK: Thanks! You know Angad was supposed to be a three episode role. When Angad was offered to me I was reading a book on Buddha. There was a character called Mara who is always enticing Buddha, always trying to do things to prevent Buddha from realizing his full potential. So whenever I had to play Angad I pictured myself playing Mara.



TG: Your dream role

KKK: I think Mohan Bhatnagar is pretty much it!


TG: So with Mohan Bhatnagar, you have had the “AHA!” moments?

KKK: Quite a lot, with Mohan Bhatnagar I have also had the Uffo moments!



TG: You know your “Arre yaar” has become quite the sensation and catch phrase!

KKK: I think people were always using it but it’s just that they have become more aware of it because of the show. Just now I told the pizza delivery guy – “dip nahi laaya” and he said “Arrey Yaar…sorry.”


TG: But the way you say it is so different…there is this emphasis and irritation and now people say it exactly like that.


TG: Your favorite scene

KKK: The one with Nanhi during the Holi episode. She does not know that Mohan has wronged her dad and she is comforting him and saying that “koi baat nahi, galti ho gayee” and “humhe social studies mai padaaya hai ki agar dil se maafi mango toh bhagwaan ji maaf kar dete hai.” I think that just touched me…the way she said it and the moment was so nice and it just felt so nice. I think I have watched that scene so many times.



(…long pause…sipping his coffee)

KKK: I am still a little dicey about the underdog thing. I don’t know and I think it borders on self pity…I think it is a bit derogatory…no?  I think it is all about your perception and it could be a good perception or a bad one but it all depends on you! Me, I have toiled and worked, I don’t know if I still want to be called the underdog. I really don’t care what people think.

TG: To me, the underdog…ok…example. A horse that no one bets on because he is expected to lose but then emerges as the winner.

KKK: Yes, but does the horse care what other people think about it? At the end of the day, I think the horse just wants to run. Honestly, I have worked very hard on all my roles and I don’t know why this one is being talked about so much? I don’t know, probably because this is a main lead but I have always put in more than 100% in each role.



TG: You love to travel...

KKK: Yes!! At the end of the day, I am thinking of a beach, exotic location but that is me Kunal. When I get into a character I lose all that…I am in the present. When the scene cuts, when I go home…I just wish I could go to the airport take a flight and get out of here!


TG: You are a wandering spirit…you are a free soul

KKK: I am but that’s because I don’t have a home to come too…



TG: Do you want that…a home to come to?

KKK: Yes….someday…TV gives as much as it takes. There are days when you are just numb, you just look at the lines and they just don’t make any sense and then you just turn yourself around and make yourself believe those lines, make yourself believe in the situation and then go back to being numb. Most of the times I don’t switch off…I tend to stay in that mode all day. Switching off is an art and I need to learn that art


(Smiling…staring outside the window…)

TG: What are you thinking?

KKK: Manali. During Pratigya, for 15 days I was alone in Manali.  There was this long winding road that I would travel to go to my hotel. I keep thinking about that road…whenever I am really tired or when I am in an unpleasant situation..I think of that road. The moment you looked up, you would see stars, solitude and peace. That road keeps coming back to me…


Photo credit: Kunal Karan Kapoor & Tinsel Gupshup


*Special surprise: I don't tend to share the audio and video segments of interviews but it would be such a shame if I did not share this with you. So click on the video link below to listen to some snippets of the interview. Please excuse my voice (trust me it is the worst thing to hear your own voice in a playback), the conversation happened over pizza and coffee so please excuse the "chewing" at points and sorry about the random background noises (music, TV, grabbing pizza slices..well you get the picture). Kunal is a complete "Rockstar" so enjoy the interview and please do comment!!*


©Tinsel Gupshup

Jan 29, 2014
I dont know how I missed this one. Its an Awesome interview, thanks to the interviewer. It gives us an insight of Kunal. I have always loved Kunal as Mohan but after reading dis m in luv wid Kunal too

Oct 14, 2013
kunal is very good actor and we will always love him i know one day he will become very good director

khawar haider
Oct 14, 2013
Reading this interview again after a year after Kunal has become so popular won the ITA award feel he is extremely talented, a good human being, has surpassed every actor. Just made for the screen TG

Roma Yadav
Sep 13, 2013
1st of all Thank you for the Interviewer team. we can see your sweat to taking interview...and its really appreciating Talk between you and Kunal.. and its bestest interview i read.

Sep 08, 2013
I started with liking char. Mohan Bhatnagar.. and after reading or watching his interviews esp. this one i m in love with Kunal Karan Kapoor. besides his fantabulous acting skills he is a fabulos person.. without any celebrity show sha.. just a simple, straightfrwrd honest guy... Thankx a lot anjalg fr dis lovely interview

Aug 21, 2013
love kunal. so simple yet so charming. so free and yet an idealist. the complete personality.

neha kureel
Aug 10, 2013
that is 5th time I read ths intervw. love it. kunal is so honest yar.dil karta hai bus usi ke intrvews padhti rahu bt unfortunately nai kar sakti I m prprng for my medical entrens. bt in extra tm I do

Aug 04, 2013
The best interview of Kunal. He's so real! Have heard this a thousand times! Thank you.. :) Would love to read some more interviews of him like this one. Interview him again please! :)

Jul 27, 2013
This is one of the best interviews i have read in a long long time such an honest interview the questions were legit and the answers were frank amazing thnx for doing thi

Lata Pottavarti
Jul 08, 2013
Wow! Nice Interview glad to hear thanks for this interview Kinal is rockstar for our fans. Feel proud to be his fan. Looking forword to see more interview . KKK is the best :) He is an awesome actor and an great individual.That's the best thing about the interview.Hats off to Kunal.Hoping he achieves all that he desires.

Jul 03, 2013
nice r really a star.....iss intrvew se apke bare mein bahut kuch pata chla or jo nahi kaha woh bhi mehsus hua.....jindagi se apko jo chahiye wo apko jarur milega ..."lovly family"

Jul 02, 2013
you are really a superstar . yar i really love u , i love your voice , your eyes, your smile , everything cant explain . i wish god ji hamesha tumhari wish complete kare. i love your honesty

Jul 01, 2013
It's very rare to find an actor who is really down to earth. Every interview of Kunals amaze me. Makes me realise what an intelligent and down to earth person he is. I wish him success and happiness.

Sharmeen K.
Jun 27, 2013
Lovely interview....I've alwys admired all ur roles...but ur currnt role of Mohan is vry close 2 my heart. Kunal u r simple yet elegant...plz b lyk dis...dont let anythin change U....:-)

Nar pi
May 18, 2013
Heart touching and lovely interview.I like to read I like to hear I like to talk and I like to see you on screen.god bless you.

Nita Khandekar
May 17, 2013
An outstanding interview! KKK sounds disillusioned and sad. It breaks my heart to hear him talk like this. Each word spoken is spoken in all honesty & sincerity. He is no underdog, rather the only real actor in a long long time.

May 17, 2013
Lovely interview ! A genuine ,intelligent and honest person who has kept it real even when playing the role of a hero. that is why he captured our attention ,then captivated us all and enslaved us :)

Aparna T. Spinthakis
Oct 22, 2012
after reading this intv I want to watch his serial. very sweet n good honest interview. Tinsel 9/10 for this interview.Pls keep bringing such intv.

Sep 14, 2012
love u kunal....i like ur honesty....u shud know u r a brilliant actor....i want to wish u all the best in ur career and in ur life....u r a genuine person it seems the way u express urself....

sonali thimmiah
Sep 03, 2012
i admire ur honesty!!! i want to read on and on.......d bst part about u is that u luv travellin!!!! i hope u visit every part of this earth in ur lifespan!!!! ALL the best for nbtnmkk!!! :D <3

Monika Sarkar
Aug 19, 2012
Nice interview...Really Kunal you are very simple and honest .May God bless you and success kiss you...All the best.

Aug 18, 2012
@kunal - if u cud get off my mind for just 10 mins..maybe i cud fall asleep... kunal is the new roxtar in town.. reach for the skies kunal... wish u luck. n remember m ur biggest fan..wanna meet u so

Aug 17, 2012
ur voice is ur biggest asset (its tough competition with your eyes..but voice wins!)... u r a rare combination of elegance and grace.. nbt made my 12th hols awsm nd twas also very lucky fr me..thanks!

Aug 17, 2012
Loved This part a lot "There are days when you are just numb, you just look at the lines and ... Switching off is an art and I need to learn that" Kunal is a mature person, actor. All the best Kunal

Aug 16, 2012
Thanks for the wonderful Interview. Rarely do we get such honest ones.

Ankur Datta
Aug 16, 2012
Wow..It's a hell of an interview. This man is really on of a kind.This show is your identity and you have proved that few in this industry can take a fictional character to such a height.

Aug 16, 2012
He is such an honest, sincere person and these character traits of hi reflect in his performances. Way to go Kunal, u rock

Aug 16, 2012
Thankyou for such alovely interview It connected us much more to his life, all the good and bad parts Love him So proud to be his fan

Aug 16, 2012
wow kunal you rocks

Sharmila Gupta
Aug 16, 2012
Wonderful interview....I'm once again bowled out by KKK's honest replies and by his simple attitude. He is very confident yet not arrogant, he never sounded like a Star.He is a true King indeed.

Aug 16, 2012
Kunal comes across as a thoughtful, sensitive individual, very unfilmy - his candour is refreshing. Great, thanks.

chahna tank
Aug 16, 2012
really a nice and honest one .i am kind of same i mean i do want to become actor do acting and hope one day i will .tinsel it's just awesome and written very nicely .heart touching

Aug 16, 2012
Anjalika thank you sooo much for this interview....kunal baya u had struggled soooo much......but now u r a rockstar.....kunal baya u r soo honest.....keep on ur show na bole tum..

Aug 16, 2012
hye, kunal like u dear pata hai ap bahut sweet lagte ho i, know bhut buzy rahte ho but me apki bht badi fan hu yr meko apki style bahut pasnd hai ap apne aur naye naye shows start kro n plz ek bat or

Aug 16, 2012
wonderful interview of my favourite star kunal kapoor

Aug 16, 2012
WOW! What an interview! thanks guyz for doing KKK's interview. KKK is really a gem of a person, just adore him. His answers are so real, genuine and honest. Hats off, My dear Passionate Actor.

Aug 16, 2012
Wow...thank you so much TG for this interview.I got to know so much about him.I had no idea that he was in Rajni.He is such a grounded person and a special thanks for the audio interview.

Aug 16, 2012
Nice interview and thanks so much for sharing the audio..makes it more real! KKK sounds so down to earth and seems totally unaware of the effect he has on some many of us! Love the guy!

Aug 15, 2012
Anjalika, thanx so much! A rare interview with a lot of depth & honesty to it. No frivolous questions & no frivolous or evading answers! It helps us to relate to Kunal, the person better. Loved it!!

Aug 15, 2012
Such a great interview it is...loved reading d thoughts of KKK..thanks TG...for sharig dis...:))..n Thanks for sharing snippets of d was a good treat to ears...:))

thames kinare
Aug 15, 2012
thx. Kunal's interviews are always a pleasure to read. He is a genuine, thinking guy & one who is never shy of speaking his mind. Combine that with some to-the-point questions. Easily one of the best.

Aug 15, 2012
Really a commendable interview....Kunal is a superstar...not an underdog obviously...n cant be called too....i feel he is just Shahrukh who too had to struggle to get his the day is not far wen Kunal will b the king of the TV all r loving him we want to watch him...on tv he is nearer to us coming daily to our homes :)

anshita p
Aug 15, 2012
Anjalika Gupta i thing its ur name kunal have posted on fb , i have to say many things about this interaction this can not be complited in 200 words so ill post it part by part .. as for now thanks

asha lal
Aug 15, 2012
Very soul stirring......I salute Kunal........his honesty,his candidness......his hard work,his struggle....his thing stands out...KUNAL is a future STAR.... he will make it....

Aug 15, 2012
Nice interview! Interesting to hear it straight from the horse's mouth thru' the audio clipping! Good work both the interviewer and interviewee :)

Liza Kumari
Aug 15, 2012
Kunal is the rockstar,he is a very hard working guy. He really gives shine to his every character always what he plays.Hats off to Kunal...feel proud to be his fan. thanks a lot TG.

Aug 15, 2012
perfect man n a perfect interview. he never gives u more, just a honest him. love this quality of u. n Anjalika, thankyou, u being a friend has given us a new insight of him :)

K Shanta Nayar
Aug 15, 2012
A superb piece on a much-loved actor,living his character.He's fabulous as Mohan & breathes life in2 every scene.His eyes spk volumes conveying what even the script writer cant put down in words! Gr8!

Aug 15, 2012
It is realy a g8 interview jst loved reading it.KKK 1s mentnd in his intrvu dat google ds nt knw many things abt him i completely agree wt him coz it ds nt brng out da real kunal as his intrvus do:)

Devender Singh
Aug 15, 2012
I just loved the interview, definitely its a rare one. He is so innocent and straight with his answers, loved Kunal as a person after reading this :-))

Aug 15, 2012
Wow!!! I loved hearing your voice.. That's the best thing about the interview.. And I love this actor's views and the way he expresses them.. He seems a very confident person... Good Luck!!!

Aug 15, 2012
Thanku for this Interview.... Now we know much about Kunal as an individual ...... He is an awesome actor and an great individual .... Just love the way he is ... :)))

Aug 15, 2012
Dil Garden Garden ho gaya!He is a boy at heart. And direct dil se he talks. but ofcourse I am biased and my attention was on the other voice.Was absorbing it more.So sorry Kunal. haha!TG.Fantastic!!

Aug 15, 2012
Thanks for this interview Anjalg! :)) I'd say more like a nice informal conversation...and thanks for putting up the audio portions.. @priya tendulkar...I have like super vague recollection of that Rajni show on tv... would be nice to see a younger Kunal Having followed this guy in two shows that were years apart, not to mention the stark differences in the characters, I think he has grown tremendously as an actor...innate talent..considering he has had no formal training for it. Hoping he achieves all that he desires, be it acting or direction.

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