Say what! Kunal Khemu says he feels he debuts every 2 years

Up until; Rohit Shetty’s Golmaal, and then things seemed to become better for Kunal. However; in a recent interview to PTI, the Dhol actor said he still feels like he is debuting in the industry every 2 years and it is not a very good feeling.

Say what! Kunal Khemu says he feels he debuts every 2 years Say what! Kunal Khemu says he feels he debuts every 2 years Source : press

After working for almost a decade as a child artist; Kunal Khemmu proved his mantle as an actor with his 2005 debut Kalyug, followed by Traffic Signal! Though both his films were extremely well revieved by the audiances and were high on content the actor faced a lull in his career and was in a series of flops!


Up until; Rohit Shetty's Golmaal, and then things seemed to become better for Kunal. However; in a recent interview to PTI, the Dhol actor said he still feels like he is debuting in the industry every 2 years and it is not a very good feeling.


Elaborating on the same; Kunal said," I still feel I'm a newcomer on the basis of the responses I get. People tell me ‘oh you look so young', ‘oh he's comeback with a new film.' I keep feeling I constantly debut every two years. It may look like a struggle from one perspective, but there are pluses and minuses. I can't say ‘it's all cool, I'm planning everything', no. There are times when your films don't work, your phone doesn't ring and you wonder what you have done. You question it (the choice). "


He continued saying," But then something good comes along and you invest all your energy into it, as opposed to waste time on what happened. It's a huge learning that things aren't always in your control. You can only be responsible for what you're doing."


The actor; who has experienced success and failure alike in his 15 year long career said," It has been a journey of ups and downs. There have been moments of immense joy and heartbreaks. Everything I have gone through has made me better."


In his latest multi starrer; Kalank, which also featured Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Sanjay Dutt, Madhuri Dixit Nene, Sonakshi Sinha and Aditya Roy Kapur, Kunal was the one to steal the thunder as the antagonist, Abdul.


An now speaking about the over whelming response that he receieved for his portrayal; Kunal says he thaked Karan (Johar) for trusting him with something that he as an actor had never done before. Kunal said," I thought this guy is trusting me with something that I've not done. He believed in me and I went ahead with it. I played the part to the best of my ability.

 
On the professional front; Kunal will next be seen in Malang, director by Mohit Suri, the man who directed Kunal in his debut film and Kunal also will return for Go Goa Gone 2, a sequel to the zombie comedy, Go Goa Gone, featuring him alongside Saif Ali Khan, Anand Tiwari and Vir Das!









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