Anil Kapoor is an Indian actor and producer with a career spanning over 4 decades, over 100 films in the Hindi language, along with many other TV shows and international films.
Anil Kapoor was born on day 24th of December 1956, into a Punjabi Hindu Khatri family in Chembur East, Bombay to Nirmal Kapoor and film producer Surinder Kapoor. He is related to the Kapoor family of Prithviraj Kapoor as his father was Prithviraj Kapoor’s cousin. After completing his education in Mumbai itself made his debut with a small role in the movie Humare Tumhare in 1979. He then went on to play the lead role in the 1980 Telugu film Humsa Vruksham. After working in a couple of more Telugu and Kannada films Anil Kapoor made his lead debut in Hindi films with this film Woh Saath Dinn in 1983. His role in the 1984 film Mashaal brought him immense recognition. His rugged look was considered unconventional at the time in the Hindi film industry but went on to become a trend following Anil Kapoor.
His 1985 film Yudh brought him immense popularity along with his signature dialogue “Ek Dum Jhakaas”. But his 1985 film Meri Jung, Where Anil Kapoor portrayed the role of a young angry lawyer seeking justice brought him immense recognition for his performance and also got him his first-ever Filmfare award. By the end of 1985, it was pretty clear that Anil Kapoor had arrived in the Hindi film industry for good.
One of the many reasons why Anil Kapoor is considered one of the most successful Indian actors in the industry it’s due to his ability to portray different roles with precision and bring emotions on the screen perfectly. Be it his roles in comedy films like Welcome, No Entry Biwi No. 1, or his roles in emotionally challenging movies like Rishtey, or playing sly roles in movies like Race trilogy, Anil Kapoor has time and time again proven to be one of the most versatile actors in the industry.
Some of Anil Kapoor’s popular movie includes Meri Jung (1985), Chameli Ki Shaadi(1986), Mr. India (1987), Tezaab (1988), Parinda (1989), Ram Lakhan (1989), Kishan Kanhaiya (1990), Ghar Ho Toh Aisa (1990), Lamhe (1991), Beta (1992), 1942: A Love Story (1994), Laadla (1994), Deewana Mastana (1997), Judaai(1997), Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hai (1999), Biwi No. 1 (1999), Nayak: The Real Hero (2001), Rishtey 2002), No Entry (2005), Welcome (2007), Slumdog Millionarie (2008), Dil Dhadakane Do (2015), amongst others.
Ajay Devgan’s Jhakaas Words for Anil Kapoor
Happy Birthday @AnilKapoor…Hope you have a jhakaas one! pic.twitter.com/R7hGG5cc04
— Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) December 24, 2021
When it comes to awards and accolades Anil Kapoor’s list runs quite long, he has won two National Film Awards, one for best actor in 2001 and the other special jury award in 2009. Anil Kapoor holds 11 Filmfare Awards nominations so far, out of which he won six Filmfare Awards, two for Best Actor and three for Best Supporting Actor, along with one Best Actor Critics Award. When it comes to IIFA Awards, Anil Kapoor has won five of them, along with two Screen Awards, four Stardust Awards, three Zee Cine Awards, and one Time of India Film Awards, amongst many other awards and honors.
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