One of the most versatile actors in the film industry, Atul Kulkarni is a National Award-winning actor. Even those who might not be aware of his name will definitely recognise him for his impeccable acting skills. If you are a fan of his work like us, get ready for this amazing Tere Gully Mein episode, where he joined us in Girgaon. Catch the full episode to learn all about his childhood, his love for Maharashtrian food, and more.
Atul Kulkarni Loves To Take Solo Trips
After we got to know about his first-ever paycheck, we wanted to know all about his love for travelling and his favourite destinations. Atul Kulkarni shared that he loves to travel so much that he takes a solo trip to Europe every year. In Europe, Giethoorn, the Netherlands, Austria, and Salzburg are some of his favourite places to visit. He is more fond of visiting small towns and indulging in the local culture and cuisine. He likes the quiet and peace these places offer.
Atul is also planning to visit Scotland soon and looks forward to staying at a local place for about 10 days and soaking up all the beauty around him. He is more of a laidback traveller and doesn’t prioritise covering many cities in one go. When we asked him for recommendations for cafes in Europe, he shared that nothing supersedes the authenticity of the local outlets. There are cafes where even the locals come and spend hours. He finds such places the best for soaking in the local beauty.
He Has Tried Many Weird Dishes During His Travels
Next, we wanted to know if he had tried any weird dishes during his trip. Guess what? He has! From frog legs in Budapest to kangaroos in Australia, he has tried it all. He doesn’t consider them weird, though, because they were commonly available in the places he visited. He shared that he is not one of those people who tries to find Indian restaurants abroad. Rather, he prefers to eat and live like a local.
Next, we played a rapid-fire round with Atul Kulkarni, and it was a blast. Go ahead and check out the full video right away!
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