‘Don’t like to dis­cuss my per­sonal life’

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment - An­juri Na­yar Singh

Ac­tor Ku­nal Kemmu (left) likes to keep his per­sonal life guarded. But, the ac­tor says that there isn’t much that can be kept un­der wraps as it comes in as part and par­cel of be­ing a celebrity. In fact, he has come to terms with this fact that many parts of his life will be made pub­lic.

“Ups and downs are a part of life in gen­eral, but be­ing in the lime­light has its own share of pros and cons. Some­times, we can’t choose what we want to share [in pub­lic]. It’s an ever evolv­ing process and one needs to keep learn­ing and adapt­ing. There are times when you get irked by in­tru­sive ques­tions or get mis­quoted. It’s a sym­bi­otic re­la­tion­ship that needs to be man­aged. I’ve al­ways kept a low pro­file, as I’m a pri­vate per­son,” he says. Ku­nal, who is ex­cited to be­come a fa­ther soon, talks about his wife Soha Ali Khan’s preg­nancy. “I’m happy and feel blessed. We still have a long way to go and need ev­ery­one’s good wishes,” he says. The cou­ple was re­cently spot­ted in London and Soha even posted pic­tures, flaunt­ing her baby bump on In­sta­gram.

They’re also work­ing on a project to­gether. “Soha and I, are co-pro­duc­ing a biopic on the iconic crim­i­nal lawyer Mr Ram Jeth­malani with Ron­nie Screw­vala’s com­pany,” he says.

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