Kunal Khemu is an Indian actor who was involved with the acting fraternity ever since he was a little boy. He has also appeared in roughly 25 modeling assignments as a child. 

Kunal was born in Srinagar, Jammu Kashmir to actor parents Ravi & Jyoti Kemmu, who were Kashmiri Pandits. His grandfather Moti Lal Kemmu is a renowned Kashmiri playwright and also a winner of the Sahitya Akademi and the Padma Shri award. He attended the Niranjanlal Dalmia High school in Mira Road, Mumbai and graduated from Amity University in Noida. His debut as a child actor came in 1987 in “ Gul Gulshan Gulfam” of Doordarshan Productions. His film debut came in 1993 in Mahesh Bhatt’s “Sir.” Khemu also featured in movies such as Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke, Zakhm, Bhai and Raja Hindustani, as a child.

In 2005, he made his debut as an adult, in Kalyug, which was directed by Mohit Suri. Madhur Bhandarkar cast him in his 2007 flick “ Traffic Signal” where he portrayed the role of a moneylender who loans money to poverty-stricken families and recovers them in a hook or crook way. He also appeared in the movie Dhol in the same year. The following year, his only release “ Superstar”, failed to create much excitement at the Box Office and yielded poor returns.

In 2009, he featured in Jai Veeru and Dhoondte Reh Jaoge. In 2010, director Rohit Shetty cast him in his hit comedy flick “ Golmaal 3”. Consequently, he has also appeared in movies such as “ Blood Money” in 2012 and “ Go Goa Gone” in 2013. The latter was supposedly India’s first zombie-comedy, yet failed to make a mark at the Box Office. After a hiatus of two years, Kunal returned to the big screen with " Bhaag Johnny". Khemu also appeared in " Guddu Ki Gun" in the same year. He tied the knot with Soha Ali Khan in 2015.

Kumud Mishra Hindi Actor

Kumud Mishra

Kumud Mishra is a well-known name in the arena of Indian theatre, due to his versatile acting talent. He got this knack from his father, who was a stage actor too. Also, two of his teachers in Belgaum Military School of Karnataka, Mr. Pathare and Mr. Janardhan embedded the love of acting in young Kumud and inspired him a lot, with their enthusiasm in conducting various stage plays at school. After completion of school education, he returned home at Bhopal and attended college there to do his graduation, with History and Political Science as major subjects. But here he got the scope to work on stage with various renowned theatre personalities and acted under the guidance of the expert stage directors, like Alok Nandan, Sachin Tiwari, John Martin and Irfan Saurabh. Later, he joined Prabhat Ganguly’s ‘The Little Ballet Theatre’, on behalf of which he participated in the Festival of India, in USSR in 1989. Then he decided to polish his skill of acting by doing a Diploma course in Acting from National School of Drama in 1990 – ’91. Consequently, he shifted to Mumbai, to try his luck there, in 1994. Here, he rose to fame by acting in several plays; among them the most notable ones are Medha and Zoombish by Ramu Ramanathan and Shakkar Ke Paanch Daane by Manav Kaul. His superb performance in Ramu Ramanathan’s play ‘Cotton 56 Polyester 84’ has earned him Best Play Award in 2006, from META.Moreover, he has acted in Bollywood films, like Sardari Begum, 1971, Patiala House, Rock Star, Filmistaan, Raanjhanaa, Revolver Rani and very recently released Badlapur. Another of his film named Bangistan is waiting for release in this year.

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Laxmikant Berde

Known for his specialty of slapstick humor and comic gestures, Laxmikant Berde is an Indian actor who has featured in both Hindi and Marathi movies. Berde was born into a Marathi Brahmin Saraswat family and also was an avid participant in the activities of “Konkanasth Vaishya Samaj” in Girgaum. He discovered his passion for acting during the stage-plays he participated during his school and college days, also acquiring various accolades in school and college festivals. It was via the theater club “Mumbai Marathi Sahitya Sangh” that Berde’s inception of a career in drama would propel. His first cardinal role came in Purushottam Berde’s Marathi stage play “Tour Tour” in the year 1983. Berde also was introduced on his television debut in "Gajara"  a mimic show of the Doordarshan Productions where he further established his peculiar talent and style. The film “Lek Chalali Sasarla” marked his debut into movies. His eccentricity fetched him roles in the super hit comedy Marathi films like " De Dana Dan, Karuya Prem Khullam Khulla, and Dhoom Dadakka" . Along twine of successful films which includes Balache Baap Brahmachari, Shejari Shejari, Pratikar, Amhi Doghe Raja Rani, Ashi Hi Banwa Banvi, Eka Peksha Ek and specially Zapatlela, which shot Berde straight into stardom and would ensure a decade a success for him from 1986, right up to 1996. The “decade” was also titled as the “Ashok-Laxya” era because the pair of Marathi director Ashok Saraf and Laxmikant Berde was one of the most profitable in the Marathi movie industry. In 1989, Sooraj Barjatya’s “Maine Pyar Kiya” which also starred Salman Khan, marked the debut of Berde in Bollywood. Subsequently, he would also go on to feature in various movies such as Aflatoon, Hum Aapke Hain Kaun, Mere Sapno Ki Rani, Sajan, Beta, 100 Days, and Arzoo. Berde has many other memorable brief roles such as Lakshya in Mumbai Te Mauritius, Babanrao in Aflatoon, Murli in Dil Ka Kya Kasoor, Pakya in Gumrah, and Pandu in Beta. He also appeared in movies like Brahma, Takadi, Masoom, Dhanveer, Dhaal, Rajaji, and Beti No 1 from 1994-2000. The following years would see him pocketing roles in Hum Tumhare Hai Sanma, Bharat Bhagya Vidhata, Baap ka Baap, and Shod. In 2004, he featured in the popular Marathi Horror-Comedy “Pachhadlela”.  ‘Hatya: The Murder’ and Shubh Mangal Savdhan were Berde’s penultimate and ultimate movies respectively. He named his production house “Abhinay Arts”, after his son. Berde also has a daughter Swanandi, with wife, Priya Arun. On 16th December 2004, Laxmikant Berde passed away from the complications from a prolonging renal ailment.

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Laxmikant Berde Hindi Actor