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The England-born Indian actor told Ellen DeGeneres it "never made sense" to tell LGBTQ people who they can love.
The show’s star is apparently ready to move on from the role that made him a household name.
Kal Penn and Aparna Nancherla also chimed in on the actor’s hilariously blunt Twitter thread.
Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch currently make 20 percent of what their co-stars do.
Kunal Nayyar describes what it was like to write about losing his virginity in his new book.
Kunal Nayyar reveals how he’s been able to maintain a happy and healthy marriage.
Actor Kunal Nayyar, best known for playing Raj on CBS's "The Big Bang Theory," joins us to talk about his new book, "Yes, My Accent Is Real," in which he recounts his unexpected and oftentimes hilarious journey from India to Hollywood.
On Monday night, I joined friends of chef Eli Kulp, who gathered at Del Posto to raise money for his mounting medical bills after suffering a severe spinal chord injury when his Amtrak train derailed in May.
In an era where tent pole summer blockbusters provide meal tickets for any movie star cast to wear a cape and cowl, the pinnacle of a Hollywood career is now found in a superhero costume.
Sometimes the unforgettable characters populating your personal landscape are the ones you'd most like to forget.
Salon TV critic, Sonia Saraiya, made the mistake of misidentifying Nanjiani as a "regular on 'The Big Bang Theory'" in her
Team Coco is going Bollywood. Appearing on "Conan," "Big Bang Theory" star Kunal Nayyar revealed that he has some great Bollywood
Kunal Nayyar, who plays astrophysicist Raj Koothrappali, won audiences' hearts early on in the series with his compassionate, caring and sympathetic attitude toward his friends. His character may be fictional, but those compassionate traits transfer to reality.
Sushrut Jain's feature documentary Beyond All Boundaries goes beyond the sport and explores the magical power of cricket -- which is able to unify an entire country of more than 1.2 billion people otherwise so easily divided by religion, caste, language and politics.