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Film critics call this man one of the leading actors in Bollywood in the 1980s. He has become a legendary Indian Film Artist, recipient of five Filmfare Awards and a National Film Award of India.

The actor conquered Indian venues and attracted the attention of Hollywood. Anil Kapoor is a legend of Hindi films.

Anil kapoor  Net Worth

His Net Worth $ 100 million.

Anil kapoor  Body Measurements

Anil kapoor   Body Measurements 40-34-11 Inches. His Chest size 40  Inches, Waist size 34 Inches and Biceps size 11  Inches.

His Height 5 ft 10 in approx. 170  in cm and Weight 75  Kg approx. 165  in Pounds.

Shoe Size 9  (US) and Dress Size 8 (US).

Hair Color Black and Eye Color  Black

Childhood and youth

The future iconic Bollywood star was born in the winter of December 24, 1956, in Chembour. The boy’s father, Surinder Kapoor, was involved in the production of films. Mother’s name was Nirmal. Anil Kapoor attended an elite boys’ school. In addition to him, three more children were brought up in the family.

Boney Kapoor’s older brother became a film producer and married Indian actress Sridevi . Sridevi is the darling of the Bollywood audience. She died suddenly on February 24, 2018. The woman was one of Anil’s frequent partners on the site.

Younger brother Sanjay Kapoor found his calling in acting. Besides brothers, Kapoor has a sister, Rina. She is married and lives in Delhi.


For the first time on the screen, Anil made his debut in 1979, playing a small role in the film Hamare Tumhare. The actor’s career began with supporting characters. In 1982, he appeared in the drama Shakti, playing the son of the protagonist named Ravi Kumar.


Although the role was not remarkable, Anil managed to work with the famous stars Dilip Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan , Smita Patil. The film won the prestigious Indian Filmfare Award for Best Film of the Year.

In 1983, Anil got the leading role in the film “Those Seven Days”. The film was produced by Kapoor’s father. A year later, the young man replenished the filmography with a minor character in the film “Torch”. Yash Chopra took the director’s chair. For the role of Raja, Anil was awarded the first Filmfare Award statuette in his career.

One of the most significant roles in the artist’s film career is the character of Mr. India in the superhero film “Mr. India” in 1987. The film was created by director Shekhar Kapoor. In 2005, the film was added to the list of “25 Must-See Bollywood Movies”.

In 1988, the movie “Victim of Love” was released. The film tells about the best friends, separated by chance, but always ready to help each other. Anil played Avtar, and the role of Ram went to Sunny Deol .

1990 became a little less diligent at work: the actor starred in six films. In the film “Kishan and Kanhaiya” he was reincarnated as two heroes at once, also twin brothers. The film was directed by Rakesh Roshan. The painting is a rework of the 1967 “Ram and Shiam” tape.

1989 turned out to be incredibly fruitful in Anil Kapoor’s acting career. Viewers saw at once 10 paintings with the participation of the actor. And for his performance in one of them – “Burning Passion” – he was again awarded the Filmfare Award. Anil played the starring role of Mahesh Deshmukh, a guy forced to become part of the underworld. The young man’s beloved on the screen was played by Madhuri Dixit .

1990 became a little less diligent at work: the actor starred in six films. In the film “Kishan and Kanhaiya” he was reincarnated as two heroes at once, also twin brothers. The film was directed by Rakesh Roshan. The painting is a rework of the 1967 “Ram and Shiam” tape.

In 1992, Anil was awarded the third Filmfare Award for her role as Raja in Son. This year was marked by the release of six films featuring Kapoor.

In 1996, the film “Lose Yourself” was released. Anil played Anand, a man who took a woman into his house who had lost her memory. Over time, they got used to each other, and feelings flared up between them. In 1997, he received a fourth nomination and a Filmfare Award for his portrayal of Shakti in Call of the Earth.

In 1999, the comedy “Wife Number One” was released. In the list of hits of the year, the film took the second position. Winning the fifth Filmfare Award in 2000 for her role in Rhythms of Love. Together with Anil, a charming aspiring Bollywood star, Aishwarya Rai, appeared on the screen .

In the same year, Anil was awarded the National Film Award of India for Best Actor for the film “The Call”. In 2002, the film “Native Blood” was released. Anil played the role of the main character’s father. In 2005, the artist appeared in the hit of the year in Bollywood, In the Whirlpool of Trouble.

In 2013, he was invited to the eighth season of the TV series “24 Hours”. In 2016, Anil appeared in the sitcom Family Guy. Although Anil Kapoor has many film roles behind him, he has not starred in Indian dramas.

Personal life

In 1984, Anil tied the knot with model Sunita Bhambhani, who took her husband’s surname after marriage. The woman designs her husband’s clothes and runs a fitness academy. The center was opened by Anil himself in a solemn atmosphere. Sunita accompanies her husband to events, as evidenced by joint photos on the Web.

The woman gave her husband three children. The eldest daughter Sonam Kapoor became a famous Bollywood actress and won the prestigious Indian Film Award in 2013. Rhea’s daughter tries herself in the production field. The youngest son Harshwardkhan found himself in the acting path. He loves to play cricket with his dad.

Anil has repeatedly mentioned that he prefers to spend time with his family.

Anil Kapoor now

Now Anil Kapoor continues to act in films and engage in production activities.


  • 1982 – Shakti
  • 1987 – Mr. India
  • 1989 – Burning Passion
  • 1990 – Kishan and Kanhaiya
  • 1992 – “Son”
  • 1994 – Three Brothers
  • 1997 – Torment of Love
  • 1996 – Wife Number One
  • 2000 – The Call
  • 2007 – “Hello, love!”
  • 2008 – Race
  • 2008 – Slumdog Millionaire
  • 2011 – Mission Impossible: Phantom Protocol
  • 2013-2016 – “24”
  • 2017 – Oasis