Karan Kundrra will be seen in Ekta Kapoor's new show Dil Hi Toh Hai. It's after a long time Karan is doing a daily soap.
In an interview with India Forums, Karan was asked his thoughts on working with Ekta and Balaji after a long time. The actor said, "Balaji is home ground for me. I feel the most comfortable there. And you know, my schooling, my training, everything happened there. When I went back to the set, there were all the people who I've known for 8-9 years now. Obviously, I got pampered because they've also known you for so long and they are happy to see you back. The best part is that they are happy that you've gone out,
done something big and you've come back. You know, it's just a beautiful feeling working with Balaji."
Karan has been a part of movies Mubaarakaan and 1921. When asked why did he left TV to enter into films, the actor said that he never left TV but only accomplished more in his career.
"I don't think I take it that way. I never left television. I started with television, I did fiction, then Gumraah, then more fiction with MTV, then Roadies was going on and in the middle of all these I did a couple of Punjabi films, I did Horror Story, then Mubaarkaan happened and Love School was also happening at the same time. I was also a part of Roadies while shooting for 1921. But it was just because of the dates that I couldn't do the last season of Roadies because my dates were clashing and I had to be in London. If you look at it that way then I never left television. I've just gone and accomplished more things," the actor said.
The show is being called the TV show adaptation of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol starrer Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. When Karan was asked if it's true, he answered, "I don't think that there is any way that our show is related to Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham. The promo is about a flamboyant boy who gets lots of attention from the girls and is an out and out romantic saga. It has nothing to do with the movie."