Happy Birthday Kunal Kemmu: The Actor Who Aced In Comedies And Psychological Thrillers

Take a look at his movies from light-hearted comedies like Golmaal and Guddu Ki Gun to psychological thrillers like Abhay and Malang

Kunal Kemmu's versatile filmography

Kunal Kemmu Birthday Special
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On Kunal Kemmu’s birthday we look back at the versatility he has shown throughout his career that started at the age of ten in 1993. He has been acting for more that 25 years now and during that time he has shown a unique ability to pull off any role, be it slapstick comedies like Golmaal to intense psychological thrillers like his series Abhay on ZEE5.

Watch a trailer for Abhay season 2 here.

1. Raja Hindustani

Raja Hindustani Poster
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Some of his early films as a child actor include cult films like Raja Hindustani and Hum Hain Rahi Pyaar Ke. He became popular for playing the role of a cute kid whose lines almost always drew a laugh from the audiences.

You can watch Raja Hindustani for free on ZEE5.

2. Traffic Signal

Traffic Signal on ZEE5
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He returned to Hindi films in 2007 with the hyper-realistic film, Traffic Signal, that talked about human trafficking in Mumbai. He starred alongside Neetu Chandra and Konkona Sen Sharma in this film.

Watch this critically acclaimed film also available for free on ZEE5.

3. Golmaal Series

Golmaal Poster
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He gained popularity as a comedic actor after playing the role of Lakshman in the Golmaal series including the recent hit Golmaal Again. He took over the role of Lakshman from Sharman Joshi.

Watch the first installment of the Golmaal films here.

4. Guddu Ki Gun

Guddu Ki Gun on ZEE5
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After doing classic slapstick comedy in Golmaal, Kunal also showed his acting chops in the adult comedy film Guddu Ki Gun which also starred Sumeet Vyas. You can listen to the fun playlist from this movie on ZEE5.

5. Abhay

Abhay
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Diverting from his comedy films, Kunal Kemmu made his digital debut in the psychological thriller Abhay. He plays the role of a detective who tracks and captures serial killers. This series is based on true crime stories.

Watch a recap of the first season here.

After playing a grey character in Abhay, Kunal Kemmu played a darker role in the latest crime thriller film Malang. Watch an interview of Konal Nahta interviewing Kunal Kemmu and the cast of Malang here.

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