By Christine Rendon For Dailymail.com
Published: 15:27 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 15:27 BST, 3 May 2019
Kunal Nayyar is reflecting on playing lovable scientist Raj Koothrappali for the last time on The Big Bang Theory.
The Big Bang Theory will be ending after more than 10 years on air in two weeks, and Kunal, 38, has revealed it has been a very emotional last few days since filming the final scenes of the hit comedy series.
Asked on The Ellen DeGeneres Show by guest host tWitch about how he was feeling, Kunal replied, 'Hungover. Drank my weight in tequila last night. No, I am exhausted, and we shot on Tuesday and then last night, yesterday in the morning we got our hands imprinted in front of the Chinese Grauman Theatre.
'Drank my weight in tequila last night': Kunal Nayyar revealed it had been an emotional few days since filming the last scene of The Big Bang Theory, during an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
'I don't think there's any word in any language ever written that could describe what I'm feeling.'
Kunal has been experiencing a mixture of emotions since wrapping the wildly successful series about a group of scientist friends living in Pasadena.
'I'm feeling all of it, I'm feeling sad, I'm feeling exhilarated, I'm feeling tired, I'm emotionally cried out, I'm laughed out, it's all of it. Probably a little overwhelmed but I couldn't miss this, I'm so happy to see you,' Kunal said, referencing his