|Atul Kulkarni Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Date of Birth||September 10, 1965|
Atul Kulkarni is an Indian actor, producer and screenwriter who is widely recognized for having worked in various Hindi, Marathi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu language movies including Hey Ram (2000), Chandni Bar (2001) and Rang De Basanti (2006). He has starred in numerous TV shows as well, like City of Dreams (2019-2021). Kulkarni has received many accolades such as the National Award in 2000 for the “Best Supporting Actor”. He has amassed more than 80k followers on Instagram.
Belgaum, Karnataka, India
He quit his study in Engineering at the College of Engineering, Pune while he was in his 1st year. He then went to the National School of Drama, New Delhi, and acquired a postgraduate diploma in Dramatic Arts.
Actor, Producer, Screenwriter
5 ft 11 in or 180.5 cm
82 kg or 181 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
He has dated –
- Geetanjali Kulkarni – He married actress Geetanjali Kulkarni in 1996, having met her at the National School of Drama.
Race / Ethnicity
- Expressive eyes
- Cheerful smile
He has endorsed or promoted several brands such as Starbucks Corporation.
Atul Kulkarni Favorite Things
- Way To Unwind – Resting in a hammock after a workout
Source – Instagram
Atul Kulkarni Facts
- He has recalled that his first stint with the stage was when he was in high school. He had regularly taken part in the Maharashtra State Drama Competition. Between 1989 and 1992, he bagged several awards for acting as well as for drama direction. During his college days, he went on to actively participate in various cultural gatherings.
- Atul Kulkarni has disclosed that when selecting a film, he has looked into the story and after that, the storyteller and the character.
- He has expressed his belief that art is a product of social, political, and economic changes that occurred in society.
- Kulkarni has stated that actors have the task to make the audience feel that something he or she is faking is real. He has added that he has felt that in that respect, the basics are identical whether on stage or on-screen. He has pointed out that the techniques followed in the two are, nevertheless, totally different. As movies are much more technical, special training is necessary. He has learned that when a close-up is done in a film, there are minute things the actor does with the face or eyes, that also help in the theatre. He has seen that everything does not have to be noticed, like the tiny twitch of a facial muscle may be missed by the audience sitting far, but that is still important if helping the performer project what is required.
- Atul has found acting to be challenging along with being uncertain with nobody in the field, having mostly said that can he or she has been fully satisfied.
- Kulkarni has been the president of the research-action organization, concentrating on enhancing the quality of education, called Quest Education Support Trust.
- He has admitted that the language has often been a problem to him if he is unfamiliar with it. However, he has developed a technique of memorizing the dialogue, having penned it down in Devnagari, in the manner Sanskrit shlokas are memorized by kids.
Featured Image by Atul Kulkarni / Instagram