This movie is vividly remembered for Kajol’s smashing performance in double role and Ashutosh Rana’s negative portrayal of a cold-blooded, sadistic killer and rapist while Sanjay Dutt’s portrayal of a blind military veteran was an add on. Kunal Kemmu played the character of Bheem, house helper to the blind Sanjay Dutt. Although he hardly had any screen space in this movie, but he still managed to bring a smile on our face.
In this movie, Kunal Kemmu essayed the character of young Ajay Devgn also known as Ajay in the film. Pooja Bhatt plays the role of his mother in this film, a mother who had to undergo severe hardship to raise her children. She was in love with a Hindu film producer Raman Desai (Nagarjuna) but was not allowed to marry him on account of her Muslim faith. The pain that Ajay goes through after the death of his mother, was well enacted by the character of Ajay and Kunal Kemmu’s role demanded a range of emotions which he managed to portray convincingly.
This movie focused on the brotherly bond between Kundan (Suniel Shetty) and his younger brother Kisna (Kunal Kemmu). We cannot forget the chemistry between the two and it was saddening to see Kisna’s character dying in the movie. But we can very well remember Kunal in the role of a simple, village boy.
Raja Hindustani (1996)
Although in this movie, Kunal Kemmu had a minuscule role to play, he is still remembered for his portrayal of the character ‘Rajnikant’. This movie had Aamir Khan and Karisma Kapoor in lead roles and this was the second movie where you could see both Aamir Khan and Kunal Kemmu working together after the hit ‘Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke’.
Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993)
Remember the cute little boy Sunny, who was always up for pranks? Yes, Kunal Kemmu essayed the character of Sunny, Aamir Khan's nephew in the movie ‘Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke’. His mischievous character won hearts and he is still remembered for this role. 'Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke' starred Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawla in lead roles and even fetched Juhi Chawla a Filmfare Award for being the Best Actress, but Kunal definitely was the highlight of the film.
Kunal Kemmu, the cute little guy who stole our hearts in the movie ‘Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke’, is today a grown up man and oh so handsome! He is happily married to Saif Ali Khan’s sister Soha Ali Khan and is enjoying the bliss of being a part of this fancy industry.
Today, May 25, 1983, is his birthday, and to mark this special occasion in his life, we have collected five of his best movies that define his journey as a child actor. We are sure that this list will take you back to the classic era of 90’s and Kunal Kemmu’s rise and transformation from an innocent child actor to a young man.
Happy Birthday Kunal!!
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