Tonight's 'Koffee With Karan' will have two amazing actors who are a fresh breath of self-made success stories in this world of nepotism. Bhumi Pednekar and Rajkummar Rao will be gracing our screens and the little snippet from the show has already got us excited.January 20, 2019
While a lot of madness will unfold on the couch, here are a few things you can expect to unravel on the episode:
1. Rajkummar's Hidden Talents
Sure, he is a handsome guy and a great actor but not many are aware that he consciously chooses his roles over money, he is a fantastic dancer and is also trained in martial arts.View this post on Instagram
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2. Bhumi's Struggles With Her On-Screen & Off-Screen Avatar
Now the pretty actress has obviously surprised her fans with her choice of strong roles in movies like 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha' and 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' so we have mostly seen her in home grown, 'desi' avatars. Bhumi will reveal some hilarious reactions she gets from her fans when she is out in public. She revealed that people are surprised to see her speak fluent English and it doesn't bother her at all because that means she did full justice to her characters.
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3. Bhumi's Experience As An Assistant Director
Not many are aware but Bhumi started her career as an AD in YRF and was behind the debuts and auditions of many successful actors today. She revealed on the show that she has auditioned the likes of Ranveer Singh, Kriti Sanon, Parineeti Chopra, and even Rajkummar Rao. She also revealed that she was impressed with Parineeti's audition for 'Ladies Vs Ricky Behl'.
4. Bhumi And Rajkummar's Take On Being An Outsider
The two actors will debate on the favourite subject of nepotism and how was their respective struggle as an outsider in the show business. She started her journey as an AD while Rajkummar struggled to be an actor so naturally their perception was different as well. Bhumi expressed that she has never felt like an outsider and was always appreciated for her work. “I don't think it's got anything to do with where you belong. It's just the same thing as, when you start a new thing it's going to be alien at first and then eventually people are very accepting, they're so nice to me”. Rajkummar begged to differ and spoke about life post 'LSD'. “Probably if I was an insider, people would've pushed me more, that's the only thing I feel. People take time to notice you sometimes but talent speaks!”
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This is going to be one hot coffee brewing with a lot of exciting dope on our favourite actors.