On December 2019, a news broke which left the TV industry and TV buffs in sheer shock, actor Kushal Punjabi losing his battle against depression and putting an end to his life by commiting suicide. Had he been alive, the actor would have turned 43 today, associated with TV shows and films, he had marked his debut in the showbiz with an English TV soap. On his birthday anniversary, this interesting deet will surely cheer up his fans. This debut show of the actor was aired on DD Metro in the year 1995.
Titled, A Mouthful Of Sky, it was directed by ace filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, the plot of the show revolved around Five MBA pals meeting after 13 years and what happens next just took the audience on a journey of crime-thriller. The show also marked yet another debut of model and actor Milind Soman. It also starred Rahul Bose, Samir Soni, Ayesha Dharkar and Soni Razdan.
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. And I’ll rise up, I’ll rise like the day. I’ll rise up, I’ll rise unafraid. I’ll rise up & I’ll do it a thousand times again. And I’ll rise up, high like the waves. I’ll rise up, inspite of the aches… I’ll rise up. . Thank u for being there @doddie1980 @apurvaagnihotri02 @shilpaagnihotri @laviniahansraj @crusher_uday @adnanadeebx @devilscircuit #lifechanger IloveuKiu 👶🏻
Following which he was also seen in film based on the gay culture in the city of Mumbai back in 1997. Titled Bomgay, it was acknowledged as the first LGBTQIA community flick in India. Helmed by Riyad Vinci Wadia and Jagnu Sethna, it was a short film where Kushal played the role of Sodomiser. Allowing him to share screen space with Rahul Bose once again, the duo shared screen space for the third time in the movie Bombay Boys, directed by Kaizad Gustad.