Actor Karan Kundrra surprised the media students of a college in Mumbai to celebrate Teacher’s Day. Students who had been called on the exam excuse were shocked and surprised when Kundrra, dressed in a tight-fitting white shirt paired with blue denim, walked into the classroom.

In his 30-minute class, Kundrra talked about his process of getting into character, his philosophy of not supporting brands that don’t send the right message to the youth, and how education is crucial in any field.

Talking about his experience, Kundrra admitted that he was nervous before going to class at the MET Institute of Mass Media in Bandra. Kundrra said that they are today’s kids. They are so much better and involved. But he was like “pata nahi kya hone waala hai, (bas) beizzati nahi honi chahiye.” Karan recollected his student life. He said that the generation he came from, the respect he had for his teachers was as much as they had for their parents. Teachers are the people who are forming us for tomorrow. He also said, ” Bohot maar padti thi meko.”

If you ask him one person in the industry who has taught him a valuable lesson, Kundrra will name actor Anil Kapoor. They shared screen in Anees Bazmee’s Mubarakan (2017). Kapoor gave him a tip to take every take and shot very seriously. Karan said that he recenly met Kapoor in a reality show and told him that he is grateful for the advice that Anil Kapoor gave him once.

During a rapid-fire segment, Kundrra was asked what his actor-girlfriend Tejasswi Prakash should teach about. He said that Tejasswi teach how to get away with a murder. He suggested Salman Khan’s name to teach a subject on Bigg Boss.