Atul Kulkarni Doesn’t Like This Street Food

by Mallika Khurana
Atul Kulkarni Doesn’t Like This Street Food

Atul Kulkarni, a National Award-winning actor, is one of the film industry’s most adaptable performers. Even those who may not be familiar with his name will undoubtedly recognise his superb acting abilities. He is without a doubt a master of his trade, with a number of noteworthy roles under his belt. Over the course of his lengthy career, he won the hearts of millions of people by flawlessly executing each character. We all want to know more about him, don’t we? In this episode of Tere Gully Mein, Atul Kulkarni joined us and visited the centuries-old Maharashtrian eateries in Mumbai’s Girgaon neighbourhood. 

Atul Kulkarni Talked About His Feelings For Street Food

To test his knowledge about Mumbai, we initiated a fun session of rapid-fire with Atul Kulkarni. But guess what? He revealed that he is not a big fan of the concept and would like to fire the person who actually came up with it. However, once we started asking him questions, he got on board. In one of the questions, we asked him about the dish that became synonymous with the Marathi maanus after Bala Saheb Thackeray spoke about it in one of his speeches.

He not only answered this question right with vada pav but also told us all about the story behind it. What we’re actually taking back from his conversation is his declaration of dislike for vada pav as well as pav bhaji. When we asked Atul for the reason behind it, he shared that he isn’t the biggest fan of pavs.

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This Rapid-Fire Round Was Truly Exciting

Atul Kulkarni Tere Gully Mein
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This exciting rapid-fire round went on for a few more interesting questions that revealed a lot about Atul Kulkarni. When we asked him to tell us he’s a Mumbaikar without telling us he is a Mumbaikar, he offered to show us his passport. Next, we asked him to tell us he’s a Maharashtrian without telling us he’s a Maharashtrian. In response, he simply reminded us of his legendary performance in Natarang. Truly, it was a mic-drop moment.

This episode was exacting in more than one way, and you need to watch it right away!

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