Kunal Khemu opens up about the second wave of pandemic and its worrying impact

Kunal Khemu was recently seen in the movie Lootcase.

Actor Kunal Khemu was shooting for his upcoming films when the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the shootings. The new guidelines issued has made it difficult to do the same. He recently opened up about the worrying impact COVID-19 is having and more with Times of India.

“It’s worrying that we are pretty much back to the same situation we were in a year ago, only this time we know what to expect and what precautions to take. I hope that together, we all can put an end to this for good, soon,” he said.

Kunal Khemu talked about how lucky he was that he got to spend some time with his family in their family home at Pataudi. He also said that the lockdown last year had encouraged him to rekindle his hobbies, including playing the guitar. Photography was another thing that helped him be sane during tough times.

On the work front, he was seen experimenting with his roles in movies such as Kalank and Malang.

“Professionally, I feel lucky that I have an exciting phase ahead of me. There’s a project that requires me to push the envelope when it comes to humour. I have also come across a couple of scripts that have got me excited as an actor. I hope all these things fall into place,” he added.

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