THE Big Bang Theory’s Kunal Nayyar has confirmed his new thriller Suspicion has finally kicked off filming after major delays.
However, his latest role is totally different, with Kunal starring alongside Uma Thurman in the Apple TV series.
Production had originally started earlier this year but was shut down by the coronavirus pandemic.
Now Kunal is back in London ready to resume filming and took to Instagram to share a poignant message with fans.
Alongside a picture of him looking thoughtfully into the camera, he wrote: “Back in London. Incredibly humbled and grateful to return to shooting.
“I never forget where this journey began, all of my achievements have been because of great sacrifices from a lot of people, as well as the unmentioned angels that gave me numerous couches to sleep on, and encouraged me to dream big.
“Every day I’m on set, feels like the first day again. I’m a schoolboy and it’s the first day of class- “give em hell” Sending you all love.”
Kunal is certainly showing off his range as an actor since The Big Bang Theory ended, shocking fans with his role as a killer in Netflix series, Criminal.
The actor recently revealed why he had switched from comedy to drama, telling Metro.co.uk: “There was definitely [a deliberate decision].
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“It was not like, ‘oh I’m only going to do this kind of work’, but it came at the right time. It was definitely what I wanted to do.
“Also physically, I’m so recognisable from my voice, I’m so recognisable from my face… it was important to do something that completely breaks the barrier.”
Suspicion is reportedly set to arrive on Apple TV in 2021.