The Big Bang Theory will soon end, and it turns out to be an emotional time for the long-time stars of the show.
Kunal Nayyar, who throughout the run as particle astrophysicist Raj Koothrappali played the show, opened ET at the 6th annual annual fundraiser of Clayton Kershaw Ping Pong's 4 Purpose Charity Money Accelerator at the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles to cope with the upcoming conclusion of the show get.
"It's bittersweet obvious, I'm ready for the next phase of my life [after] 12 years, and at the same time I'm sad to say goodbye to my family," the 37-year-old actor said. "It happened just yesterday, so I'm still trying to process everything."
The Big Bang Theory has made up the majority of Nayyar's career and has been an integral part of many of his co-stars' lives. That's why there are so many memories he will appreciate from his time on the show, and so many opportunities he has received that have changed his life.
"I never knew that I would be able to change people's lives Twelve years ago, I thought: oh my god, I have a job! And now, [I̵
" [Having the opportunity] to inspire children to science learning will help astrophysicists and sick people whose last wish it was time to spend the cast, these things are all the things that I really stick to, "Nayyar added.
Despite the show's silence -Massive ratings, CBS announced Wednesday that the long-running multi-camera comedy series would end, dedicated fans devastated. However, Nayyar ET said that this coming season will do justice to the show and that will give fans of some of the strongest episodes so far
"It's going to be the best season we'll ever do," Nayyar promised. "Actually, the last taping is on my birthday, so it'll be an interesting night."
Following CBS's surprise announcement, rumors began to falter that the network pulled the plug after star Jim Parsons – who supposedly takes home $ 1 episode – decided he wanted to leave the series.
While Nayyar did not directly address these reports, the actor said there is nothing but love between the performers, and their friendship holds the series for over 250 fans
"We are a family, we have spent a lot of time together 'We were there when we found out together and we're there to support each other and that's all it really is,' he said 'That's why we've survived so long because we love each other and we love each other Family are. "
For more information on The Big Bang Theory which comes to an end, and Parsons' emotion in response to rumors that he led to the cancellation of the show, watch the video below.
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