For Kunal Khemu, girlfriend Soha Ali Khan is a ‘blessing’
Recently in an interview, Soha had said that she gets jealous to see someone else romance Kunal onscreen and that Kunal gets jealous too. So we asked Kunal if that is true. And, Kunal doesn’t hesitate in calling Soha “a blessing” in his life.entertainment Updated: Jul 02, 2014 15:00 IST
Actors Kunal Kemmu and Soha Ali Khan have been very open about their
. And, Kunal doesn’t hesitate in calling Soha “a blessing” in his life. Recently in an interview, Soha had said that she gets jealous to see someone else romance Kunal onscreen and that Kunal gets jealous too. So we asked Kunal if that is true.
“Although jealousy is a strong word, who would like to see the person they love romance someone else, even onscreen?” laughs Kunal. So, would it be better if only he gets to romance Soha, even onscreen? “I do romance her in real life,” smiles Kunal, who recently wrapped up shooting his next film.
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“My next is going to be my most funny film so far. It’s in a different league,” says the 31-year-old actor, who has done films such as Golmaal 3 and Go Goa Gone. Buzz is that the title of his next refers to the protagonist’s phallus which turns into gold. But Kunal won’t give the details.
“I play a washing powder salesman in this film and it’s a very quirky character. I play a Bihari guy who is a casanova. You’ll have to find more about the film yourself, when it releases. But I assure you it’s the funniest film I have done. It’s bizarre, weird but funny. Like Go Goa Gone was very different from what Indian cinema has done so far, so would be my next,” Kunal says with conviction.
We ask him if he was disappointed by Go Goa Gone’s box office collection? “You know, it was a zombie film, something that Bollywood hadn’t done till then. When we started out we weren’t expecting much, but after the rushes of the film everyone started talking about it, so we started expecting from it. Anyway, I think it did fine, people talk about it in a positive way,” he says.