These Are All The Places That Atul Kulkarni Has Lived In

by Mallika Khurana
These Are All The Places That Atul Kulkarni Has Lived In

Most Bollywood actors are recognised by their names, but only a small number leave a lasting impression with their skills. Audiences will always recognize their talents, even if they don’t play the main characters. Atul Kulkarni, a national award-winning actor and master of his trade, is one such incredible performer. Atul, a fervent travel and food enthusiast, joined us on one of our episodes of Tere Gully Mein episode and provided us with a fascinating look into his life. Watch the complete episode right away!

Atul Kulkarni Lived In Many Cities Before Finally Settling Down In Mumbai

Getting to know this great actor was thrilling. We not only got to know about his love for food, different cuisines, and solo trips but also got to know a lot about his childhood. When we asked Atul Kulkarni about the beginning of his interest in acting, we got to know that even though he was born in Belgaum and brought up in Solapur, he went to Pune for college. Switching his stream, he went back to Solapur to study arts, and that’s when he actually discovered his love for the craft. From then on, there was no looking back. He dug deeper into his interests and got himself admitted to the National School of Drama. Some ace actors like Swanand Kirkire, Rajpal Yadav, and Nawazuddin Siddique were his peers in the academy.

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This Is What He Thinks About Maharashtrian Food

Atul Kulkarni Curly Tales
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We usually choose dishes like puran poli, kothimbir vadi, etc. when we think of Maharashtrian cuisine. Atul Kulkarni provided us with great insights when we asked about his favourite places for the best Maharashtrian cuisine. He shared that there are various spice combinations and recipes in each region. Although grouped as Maharashtrian foods, the cuisines in Marathawada and the coastal Konkan regions known as Malvani are very different. Even puran poli, in his opinion, is not technically a dish from Maharashtra. There are numerous variations, each coming from a different part of the state. 

Check out the full video to learn more about the entertainment and food that followed!

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