With the pandemic and lockdown laying spoilsport, celebrities much like anybody else take recourse to celebrate occasions by taking trips down memory lanes and posting throwback pics. Saba Ali Khan who generally stays away from the limelight, pursuing her passion for jewelry design, tarot reading photography, and spiritual healing, has wished her “older brother” on her Instagram account with a well captioned and warm family picture and multiple emojis accompanying it. Pictures they say speak a thousand words, and this one certainly does. The smiling threesome in the pic is Soha, Kunal, and Saba. Kunal is showing his affection by placing his hands on the shoulders of the two sisters.
She ends her post with the stay safe, fit, and healthy hashtag that is trending in these COVID-ridden times. The Malang actor was welcomed into the Pataudi family in 2015 after Soha and he chose to formalize their courtship and solemnize it into a wedding. Saba is currently on a mission to archive the valuable memories of the Pataudi royalty by storing pictures and unveiling them to the world.
Kunal Kemmu is generally associated with the comic genre of acting. His recent film Lootcase in which he played Nandan Kumar, was loaded with fun and comedy. In the absence of theatrical releases due to the pandemic, it was released on OTT platforms. This film was appreciated by the home strapped audience who are subjected to a massive dose of misery and pain during the pandemic-ridden times. This movie brought in that much-needed large measure of fun and entertainment. Kunal’s role was appreciated.
In the year 1993 the Aamir Khan, Juhi Chawla starrer “Hum Hai Rahi Pyaar Ke “was released and Kunal made his debut as a child actor in that movie. As a child artist, he gave superlative performances in Raja Hindustani and Zakhm. As a child artist in 1988, he was seen in Angarrey which had actor Akshay Kumar in the lead role. As an adult actor Kunal debuted in 2005 in Kalyug.