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Mirzapur Fame Divyenndu Sharma On His Debut Film Pyaar Ka Punchnama

Mirzapur fame Divyenndu Sharma candidly speaks on his debut film Pyaar Ka Punchnama and how it changed the course of his career. Read below to know more.

Everyone remembers the 2011 film Pyaar Ka Punchnama for its witty dialogues and Kartik Aaryan’s famous monologue. The film is indeed a cult classic and the sequel of the same also garnered a lot of praise. The success of the film changed the career course of the actors featuring in it. Kartik Aaryan, Raayo S Bakhirta, and Divyenndu Sharma grabbed eyeballs for the relatable character traits. Recently in an interview, Divyenndu Sharma candidly spoke about his debut film Pyaar Ka Punchnama. He also revealed how it changed his career in acting.

As of now, Divyenndu Sharma is enjoying the success of Mirzapur 2. The actor essays the role of gangster Munna Bhaiya in the show and is famous among all the Mirzapur fans. Speaking of his debut film Pyaar Ka Punchnama, Divyenndu Sharma revealed that it was the game-changer.

Furthermore, Sharma added that it gave him fame, recognition, and respect as an actor. In his interview with IANS, he said, “Overnight, it changed everything for me. Liquid attained cult status.” For the unknown, Liquid is the name of Divyenndu’s character in the movie.”

He continued, “It was almost like an underground film. My very first film gave me fame, recognition and respect.”

Divyenndu Sharma then went on to confess that his debut film Pyaar Ka Punchnama holds a special place in his heart. He also spoke about how Mirzapur is also special to him but in a different way.

The actor believes that he is lucky to be a part of the show Mirzapur and play the character of Munna. He says that it helped him explore his acting skills.

Sharma also spoke about the boycott Mirzapur 2 trend and said that it didn’t bother him much. He didn’t let it budge him because there are many fans of Mirzapur out there.

The actor also added, “It’s just stupid to use such hashtags. We all know that people love ‘Mirzapur’. All these paid trends are just stupid. I feel for them.”

Divyenndu Sharma also confessed that unlike his character in Mirzapur, he is different in real life.

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