Kunal Kemmu over-the-moon on getting praised by father

Mumbai, Aug 2 (IANS): Kunal Kemmu is overjoyed after he received a message full of praises from his father Ravi Kemmu after watching the actor's performance in his latest released film.

Kunal took to Instagram, where he posted a snapshot of a message sent by his father after watching his performance in "Lootcase".

In the message, Ravi wrote: "I am proud of you... The best moments in my life are when I read or hear the appreciation for your performances... There has not been a single instance where your performances have not been appreciated... Keep it up... For any actor it is always a challenge to bring the characters to life... You have honestly done that and with ease... love you."

Kunal said that it means a lot to him.

"My father's message to me today is one that speaks to me on so many levels. The love of a father, the pride of a teacher, the respect of an actor and the appreciation of an audience. Thank you papa. It's means so much to me," he captioned the image.

Kunal's friends and colleagues from the industry took to the comment section.

Actor Vicky Kaushal wrote: "Sabse badi kamai (biggest earning)."

Actor Tiger Shroff dropped a heart and namaste emoji.

Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh said: "God bless bro. Indeed the proudest feeling."

Actor Angad Bedi commented: "@khemster2 biggest award ever. What a superlative performance by you."

"Lootcase" tells the story of a middle-class man whose life turns upside down when he finds an unclaimed suitcase filled with Rs 2,000 currency notes.

The film also stars Rasika Dugal, Gajraj Rao, Ranvir Shorey and Vijay Raaz.



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