Remarkable roles played by Rishi Kapoor that made him the original lover boy of Bollywood
Updated On : 04 Sep 2018,01:32 PM
Indian cinema’s famous actor Rishi Kapoor turns 66 today. Rishi Kapoor made his Bollywood debut in 1970 with his father Raj Kapoor’s film. The iconic actor has worked in not less than 125 movies till now. He was last seen in Mulk. Rishi Kapoor is all set to entertain his huge fan following with the upcoming movie Rajma Chawal starring Anirudh Tanwar, Amryra Dastur and Nirmal Rishi. Here are some of the roles played by Rishi Kapoor that made him the original lover boy of Bollywood
Mera Naam Joker: This film was the debut of Rishi Kapoor. Mera Naam Joker is a film about a clown who must make his audience laugh at the cost of his own sorrows. The film is considered to be one of the lengthiest films of Indian cinema.
Bobby: This was the first movie by Rishi Kapoor in a leading role. The film became a trend-setter. It was wildly popular and widely imitated. It introduced to Bollywood the genre of teenage romance with a rich-versus-poor clash as a backdrop.
Do Dooni Chaar: It is a 2010 Indian hindi comedy drama film produced by Arindam Chaudhuri. The film stars Rishi Kapoor as a middle-class school teacher who tries to keep his wife and children happy in inflationary times and dreams of buying a car.
D-Day is a 2013 Indian action spy thriller film co-produced by DAR motion pictures. Rishi Kapoor played a prominent role in the movie. He played as Iqbal Seth Aka Goldman (Loosely Based upon, Dawood Ibrahim).
Love Aaj Kal: Rishi Kapoor played Veer Singh in the movie. The film depicted the feeling of pure love which never changes, although the perspective of realising one's soulmate has changed over time.
Kapoor & Sons: In this Rishi Kapoor acted as Amarjeet Kapoor. The Kapoor family tries to fulfill Amarjeet's wish to take a family photo but are unsuccessful when secrets about the family are revealed.
Mulk: This was the latest movie by Rishi Kapoor. He acted as Advocate Murad Ali Mohammed in the film. Mulk revolves around the struggles of a Muslim joint family from a town in India, who fight to reclaim their honour after a member of their family takes to terrorism.