Mumbai, Oct 6: Rahul Bose is nostalgic about his childhood city Delhi. The actor visited Delhi recently, and expressed that Delhi is a very important place in his life as it has been an integral part of his childhood. He comes to Delhi frequently to take a break from work. He can understand that the city has been changing fast. However he is still in awe of the city.
Rahul added he visits Delhi almost once every week. Rahul did his schooling at Mumbai and later graduated from the Sydenham College. He started working as a copy-writer, then switched to advertising department as a creative director. His knack for acting, led him to become a full-time actor after his debut movie "English, August" released.
The 45 years old, starred in commercial flicks, as well as short films or documentary or off-beat cinemas. He is a known face in Bollywood and also a reputed actor in Bengali film industry. He is also into filmmaking, he debuted as a director in 2001 with "Everybody says I'm fine!" He appeared in mainstream Bollywood movies like "Jhankar Beats", "Chameli", "Pyaar Ke Side Effects", "Maan Gaye Mughal-E-Azam" and "Dil Kabaddi". His last film was "I Am" which received commercial acclaims from all corners of the nation.