The buzz around the 2023 Cricket World Cup has caught the attention of Bollywood celebrities. At the India versus New Zealand match today, the stadium was alive with the presence of B-town stars. Ranbir Kapoor, Sidharth Malhotra, Kiara Advani, Madhuri Dixit, and John Abraham contributed to the star-studded atmosphere. Vicky Kaushal and Kunal Kemmu, also in attendance, radiated joy as India triumphed over New Zealand in an exhilarating match.
Radiant smiles adorn the faces of Vicky Kaushal and Kunal Kemmu after India secures a triumphant victory over New Zealand
Kunal Kemmu, who attended the match with his family, seized a moment to strike a pose alongside Vicky Kaushal, director Anand Tiwari, and Anant Goenka. Sporting cheerful smiles, they commemorated the thrilling victory as India triumphed over New Zealand in a nail-biting match.
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Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu enjoyed their first cricket match with daughter Inaaya
Not long ago, Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu shared a delightful series of family pictures on their social media, capturing their first experience of watching a match together with their daughter Inaaya.
Vicky Kaushal and Kunal Kemmu’s work fronts
Vicky Kaushal recently graced the screen in The Great Indian Family, a star-studded film featuring talents like Manushi Chhillar. Kaushal’s next venture is Sam Bahadur, under Meghna Gulzar’s direction. Centered around India’s first Field Marshal, Sam Manekshaw, the film stars Kaushal, Fatima Sana Sheikh as Indira Gandhi, and Sanya Malhotra as Sam Manekshaw’s wife Siloo. Set for a global premiere on December 1, 2023, Sam Bahadur marks Kaushal and Gulzar’s second collaboration post the success of Raazi. Beyond this, Kaushal is poised to shine in Rajkumar Hirani’s Dunki, featuring Shah Rukh Khan, and another one titled Mere Mehboob Mere Sanam.
On the other hand, Kunal Kemmu portrayed the character of Jamnaprasad Pandey in the 2023 release Kanjoos Makhichoos. He brought to life a character infamous in the entire town for his miserly ways, with the family growing weary of his penny-pinching habits. Unbeknownst to them, Jamnaprasad’s savings were dedicated to fulfilling his father’s wish of embarking on a char-dhaam yatra.