Does Darshan Kumar Look Like Johnny Depp?

Published: 16th October 2014 09:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th October 2014 09:34 AM   |  A+A-

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"Mary Kom" actor Darshan Kumar recently did a photo shoot with photographer Atul Kasbekar's assistant, and in these images the actor looks a lot like Hollywood star Johnny Depp. The idea to do a Depp-inspired shoot came from Kasbekar's assistant who thought Darshan looked very much like the star. 

But it was nothing new for Darshan, who says that he has been compared to the Hollywood star since his school days. "Since my schooling years to wherever I have worked there have been instances where people have complimented me saying I look like Johnny Depp. I frankly, always took it with a pinch of salt, after all, Johnny Depp is one of the best actors in the world, his repertoire of work is formidable and his looks are well, much appreciated. When I met Atul Sir, he too said the same thing, and somehow that meant a lot to me. So we all got together planning a photo shoot, and while at it, his assistant Abhijeet Parker got an idea! He made me try shooting in a look that was very close to that of Depps, in one of his shoots. We tried it and what you see is the outcome!"

We think there sure are uncanny similarities between the two! Do you also feel Darshan looks like Depp?

-IndiaWest.com

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