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Randhir Kapoor: A Bollywood Actor’s Personal Details and FAQ

Last updated on July 31st, 2023 at 04:10 pm

Randhir Raj Kapoor, born on 15 February 1947, was an Indian actor, film producer, and director who worked in Hindi cinema. He received two Filmfare Award nominations and was an established actor of the 1970s. However, his career declined in the early 1980s and he rarely appeared in films after that.

Since the 1980s, Randhir has been living apart from his wife. He is the son of actor–filmmaker Raj, grandson of actor Prithviraj, and the brother of late actors Rishi Kapoor and Rajiv Kapoor. Kapoor made his acting and direction debut with a leading role in the family drama Kal Aaj Aur Kal (1971), a moderate success at the box office, after working as a child artist in Shree 420 (1955).

Personal life:

The couple fell in love during the shooting of Kal Aaj Aur Kal and got married on 6 November 1971 when Kapoor was 24 and Babita was the daughter of actor Hari Shivdasani. Indian film actresses Karisma Kapoor (born in June 1974) and Kareena Kapoor (born in September 1980) are their two daughters.

NameRandhir Kapoor
Date of Birth15 February 1947
Birth PlaceMumbai, Maharashtra, India
OccupationActor, film directer, film producer
ParentsRaj Kapoor (father)
Krishna Kapoor (mother)
DebutShree 420
SpouseBabita Kapoor (m. 1971)
ChildrenKareena Kapoor
Karisma Kapoor
SiblingsRishi Kapoor,
Rajiv Kapoor,
Ritu Nanda,
Reema Kapoor

Here we have some FAQs about Randhir Kapoor:

1. When Randhir Kapoor was born?

Randhir Kapoor was born on 15 February 1947.

2. What is Randhir Kapoor’s height?

Randhir Kapoor’s height is 1.78 m.

3. What is the first movie of Randhir Kapoor?

”Shree 420” is the first movie of Randhir Kapoor.

4. What is the name of Randhir Kapoor’s wife?

The name of Randhir Kapoor’s wife is Babita Kapoor.

5. What are some of Randhir Kapoor’s most famous movies?

Some of Randhir Kapoor’s most famous movies include “Haath Ki Safai (1974)”, “Mama Bhanja (1997)” and “Biwi-O-Biwi (1981)”.

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