Amid the pandemic, festivities seem to have paved their way virtually. Recently, actor Kunal Kemmu took to Instagram to share a glimpse of his Raksha Bandhan celebrations. “This is a first!” he wrote, adding “Virtual Raksha Bandhan. #happyrakshabandhan to all… Thank you for the beautiful Rakhee and lovely letter @karishmakemmu I love you (sic).” Here’s a glimpse of the beautiful brother-sister bond:
Kunal, who was recently seen in ‘Lootcase’, had shed light on the ongoing insider-outsider debate during an interview with Bombay Times. “I have been working in this industry since I was seven years old, and I don’t think I can be any more of an insider than I am. But, at times, I still feel like a newcomer,” he said, adding, “The insider-outsider debate stands true for everybody. You are made to feel like an insider and the most loved person, if your films are doing well. However, when your films are not doing well, even a so-called insider might tell you, ‘I suddenly feel like an outsider, as the love and affection is not the same anymore’. Unfortunately, that’s the nature of the business we are in. Having said that, the industry is not like a movie where we can say that… ‘Yeh villain hai, isko hata denge toh industry saaf ho jayegi’. It is not a one-man show, but a system. The system needs to be modified, and it is not going to change overnight.”
The black comedy film ‘Lootcase’ also features Rasika Dugal, Vijay Raaz, Ranvir Shorey and Gajraj Rao. Apart from this, Kunal was also seen in ‘Malang’ earlier this year, and the romantic action thriller also starred Anil Kapoor, Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani.
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