Malang starred Anil Kapoor, Kunal Kemmu and Aditya Roy Kapur along with Disha, and had a couple of hummable songs.
"To the one and only who can invoke all the emotions I have and some I didn't know I had. The smile when I am happy and the sunshine when I am low and the dictionary when I'm out of words," Kunal wrote on Instagram.
Kunal's character in the show, Abhay Pratap Singh, is a bad-tempered but brilliant investigating officer. Abhay locks horns with a psychotic criminal who has kidnapped a bunch of schoolchildren.
On Monday, the hashtag #BoycottZee5 was trending on social media. This comes despite the streaming service apologising for their error.
The actor was over-the-moon on receiving the note from the cine-icon.
On Thursday, Kunal reminisced about working in the Aamir Khan-Juhi Chawla comedy "Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke", which released in 1993.
"Golmaal Again" features an ensemble cast including Ajay, Parineeti, Arshad, Tusshar, Shreyas, Kunal and Tabu.
"The way audience appreciated my role and gave me so much love, I could not have asked for more. I just want to explore new characters with each film."
A lot of Kunal's Bollywood colleagues and social media users were soon gushing about little Inaaya.
Kunal Kemmu’s act as a sadistic cop in Malang has become a talking point among Bollywood buffs. If the actor acquired a brawny look...
The actor feels motherhood has made her more responsible and gave awareness about things going around in the society
Rana is not the only replacement in the film. In October, filmmaker Sajid Khan had to step down as its director after he was accused of sexual harassment.
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