Kunal Nayyar started his career doing plays on stage and television ads. He hogged the limelight for his performance in the play ‘Huck & Holden.’ He was next seen in the play ‘Cotton Candy’ that earned positive reviews. He was also seen as a guest in ‘NCIS,’ the CBS action police procedural television series.
He joined the main cast of ‘The Big Bang Theory,’ a television sitcom where he plays Rajesh Koothrappali and for which he was nominated for ‘Screen Actors Guild Award’ in the ‘Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Comedy Series’ category.
Some of his other film credits include, ‘Ice Age: Continental Drift,’ ‘Trolls,’ ‘The Scribbler,’ ‘Consumed,’ ‘Dr.Cabbie,’ ‘Beyond All Boundaries,’ etc. Some of his other television appearances include shows like, ‘Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade,’ ‘Sanjay and Craig,’ ‘The Late Late Show,’ ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson,’ ‘The Mindy Project,’ and ‘Trolls Holiday.’
The Scribbler is a mystery thriller science fiction film which tells the story of a young woman who suffers from multiple personality disorder. She uses an experimental machine in order to get rid of her destructive identities one by one. However, as the procedure progresses, things get ugly when her most dangerous sides seize control.
Scrat's obsessive pursuit of the acorn causes continental break up leading to Manny, Diego, Sid and Granny separating from their family. They sail across the sea on their iceberg-turned-ship and come across cruel pirates headed by Captain Gutt who wants to enslave them. Will Manny and rest ever be reunited with their families?
Small, colorful, and eternally happy creatures, the Trolls have only one thing to worry about, avoid being eaten by the mean, monstrous creatures, Bergens. The Bergens can only be happy by consuming Trolls. When some Trolls are captured by the Bergens, it is up to Princess Poppy and the pessimistic Troll Branch to recuse their friends.