Kunal Ravi Kemmu, commonly known as Kunal Khemu, is an Indian film actor who acts in Bollywood movies. He was born on May 25, 1983. As a kid actor, he made his cinematic debut in Sir (1993). Raja Hindustani (1996), Kalyug (2005), Dhol (2007), 99 (2009), Golmaal 3 (2010), Go Goa Gone (2013), Golmaal Again (2017), Kalank (2019), Malang (2020), and Lootcase (2020) are some of his major cinema appearances (2020).
Khemu was born in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, to actors Ravi Kemmu and Jyoti Kemmu. He is the couple’s oldest kid, with a younger sister called Karishma Kemmu. He lived in Mumbai’s Mira Road neighbourhood. His current age is 38 years.
Kunal Khemu began acting like a kid actor in Ved Rahi’s Doordarshan TV series Gul Gulshan Gulfaam (1987). Through Mahesh Bhatt’s flick Sir, he screen debut (1993). He moved on to appear in films like Raja Hindustani, Zakhm, Bhai, Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke, as well as Dushman as a kid artist.
In the 2005 movie Kalyug, helmed by Mohit Suri, he portrayed the male protagonist. The pornographic industry has been the inspiration for Kalyug. Madhur Bhandarkar’s Traffic Signal became his debut film, and he portrayed a street-smart cash lender that loans money to impoverished families but always takes it back with interest.
Dhol was his second 2007 release, wherein he reprised his starring role. He played a double part in his sole film, Superstar, released in 2008. He appeared in the films Dhoondte Reh Jaaoge and Jai Veeru in 2009. He starred inside the comic-thriller 99 in 2009. In 2010, he portrayed Laxman in Golmaal 3, a film in which he had a supporting role.
In 2012, he starred as Kunal Kadam in Mukesh Bhatt’s Blood Money, wherein he portrayed an honest hardworking employee who is unwittingly drawn through into the evil side of the diamond industry by his employer. He co-starred in the Zombie comedy picture Go Goa Gone, which has been premiered on May 10, 2013. These movies performed admirably just at the box office.
After just a two-year hiatus, Kunal reappeared toward the giant screen in 2015 with thriller Bhaag Johnny, about just a guy who, with the assistance of a Jinn played by filmmaker Vikram Bhatt, is capable of living two identities. Despite the fact that filming began in 2013, the movie was just released on September 25, 2015, to mediocre reviews as well as poor box office receipts. The comedy movie Guddu Ki Gun, wherein Kunal stars alongside Sumeet Vyas, had his second release of that year. In 2017, he provided the voice of Lord Indra in the animated movie Hanuman: Da’ Damdaar. He recently reprised his iconic role of Laxman Sharma inside the fourth edition of the Golmaal (movie franchise) titled Golmaal Again.