"I have followed the previous seasons of the show and have thoroughly enjoyed it. The show has been instrumental in shaping up lives and careers of many young acting prodigies and I am looking forward to mentoring the fresh league of acting enthusiasts. Besides being vulnerable and naughty, kids today are immensely talented. It's not easy to remember long dialogues, but they do it effortlessly," said Kumar.
The "Bhoomi" helmer started his TV career as a host with "Ek Minute Show" 25 years ago.
"It feels like life has come full circle and I am very excited to be a judge on 'India's Best Dramebaaz' this season," he said.
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