'Award is a privilege but it has not gone to my head'
| Wednesday | 16th December, 2015
Talking about the challenges posed by cinema, Kumar says cinema does not have to limit itself at any given point.
"It most certainly adds to one's worth and recognition, but it has not gone to my head," he says.
Armed with 15 years of experience in theatre, painting, music, dubbing, voice over, direction and production, Kumar feels theatre gives people a chance to dive into the depths of the different roles and enrich themselves.
He also founded the Alankar theater group in Chandigarh, which doesn't just do professional theatre but also works with underprivileged children.
Receiving an award should not kill your desire to know and do more," he adds.
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