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Woh 7 Din News

  • | December 24th, 2015

    Birthday Special: 5 best performances of Anil Kapoor in last 10 years!

    Birthday Special: 5 best performances of Anil Kapoor in last 10 years!

    On the Slumdog Millionaire actor’s 59th birthday, we list some of his memorable performances over the last 10 years
    Born on December 24, 1959, Anil Kapoor lived in a chawl in Mumbai. His dad Surinder Kapoor was secretary to Shammi Kapoor and later a film producer. Click here to read more

  • | December 23rd, 2012

    Anil Kapoor, happy birthday: Which are the actor’s best films?

    Anil Kapoor, happy birthday: Which are the actor’s best films?

    On the Slumdog Millionaire actor’s 53rd birthday on December 24, we list some of his memorable Bollywood and Hollywood movies
    Born on December 24, 1959, Anil Kapoor lived in a chawl in Mumbai. His dad Surinder Kapoor was secretary to Shammi Kapoor and later a film producer. The family is related to Bollywood’s illustrious Kapoor khandaan. Anil made his debut in Hamare Tumhare in 1979, and later starred in Shakti along with Dilip Kumar and Amitabh Bachchan. A few films later, he acted in Tamil director Mani Ratnam‘s Pallavi Anu Pallavi. Click here to read more

  • | December 24th, 2011

    Happy birthday, Anil Kapoor!

    Happy birthday, Anil Kapoor!

    The MI:4 actor will turn 52 this year
    Anil Kapoor made his filmi debut in 1979 with the Sanjeev Kumar-Rakhee-starrer Hamare Tumhare, but it was with films like Shakti, Woh 7 Din and Mashaal that he began to be recognised as a good actor. He played the lead in Saheb (1985) and since then, there’s been no turning back. Click here to read more

  • | September 25th, 2011

    Anil Kapoor’s father Surinder Kapoor passes away

    Anil Kapoor’s father Surinder Kapoor passes away

    Producer Surinder Kapoor, father of actors Anil Kapoor and Sanjay Kapoor and producer Boney Kapoor, passed away in Mumbai on Saturday, September 24. He was 84. Kapoor, who had produced films like Woh 7 Din, Judai, Pukar, Hum Paanch and No Entry, suffered a cardiac arrest.”I’m at Surinderji’s house right now. He had gone for a walk in the evening. He came back, drank a glass of water and while he was untying the laces of his shoes, he suffered a heart attack and died on the spot,” Anees Bazmee, the director of Kapoor’s production venture No Entry, said. Kapoor was the president of the Film and Television Producers Guild of India from 1995 to 2001 and was also felicitated with the L.V. Prasad Phalke Award in 2009.
    (With inputs from agencies)Click here to read more