Avatars Of Rishi Kapoor Over The Years!

His journey from a perennial romantic hero to the Go-To character!

 
Avatars Of Rishi Kapoor Over The Years!
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Rishi Kapoor, is a legend, not because of the family he belongs to, but because of his talent and brains. Known as an Indian actor, director, and producer in Bollywood industry, Rishi Kapoor is one of the most romantic actors we have had. In an interview, Rishi Ji said that the actor has the freedom to explore his characters and is no longer bracketed in an image, and I know you all will surely agree to this; the characters he is playing on screen nowadays are wonderful! Isn’t it? Even in this age ,Chintu Ji is showing his versatility in different kind of films with different characters and we do not see him in the same image of a ‘romantic hero’ any more. His transitions into strong roles like a school teacher in Do Dooni Chaar, or as a god in Thoda Pyaar Thoda Magic, or even the role of a gay dean in Student Of The Year, have been excellent and the list would go on!

Rishi Kapoor, though not an easy man, it’s a pleasure watching him on screen because you comeback learning so much from his character and his hard work.

Let’s take a look at Rishi Kapoor’s different avatars in recent movies:

Rishi Kapoor Didn’t Work Hard In ‘Bobby’ As He Is Working In His Upcoming Movie ‘Mulk’

Rishi Kapoor was last seen in 102 Not Out and he impressed fans with his outstanding performance. He is now busy shooting for his next flick ‘Mulk’. Rishi Kapoor shared a picture on Twitter and came up with a new bio saying “ For all fans, the first look of the film ‘Mulk’. Voice of Tomorrow!”. The actor is essaying the role of a Muslim character, his long beard and solemn expression in the picture made everyone more curious and fascinated about the film. And I am sure everyone is excited to watch this serious role of his after the playful character from 102 Not Out.

Rishi Kapoor Makes His Singing Debut With The Film ‘102 Not Out’

In 102 Not Out Paresh Rawal was replaced by Rishi Kapoor
In 102 Not Out Paresh Rawal was replaced by Rishi Kapoor

Image Credit: Movie – 102 Not Out

Yes, you heard it right! Rishi Kapoor was heard crooning for the first time in the song ‘Badumbaaa’. Rishu Kapoor portrays the role of a grumpy son called Babulal Vakharia, I must say Rishi Kapoor steals the show with his grumpy cute expression in the film. Chintu Ji believes that he is now too old to enjoy his life and concentrates on his routine life in the movie, where Amitabh Bachchan plays his 102 year old yet young at heart father.

Rishi Kapoor Didn’t Have Fun Working With The Director Of ‘Kapoor And Sons’?

Rishi Kapoor offered to quit ‘Kapoor And Sons’ twice
Rishi Kapoor offered to quit ‘Kapoor And Sons’ twice

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In an interview, Rishi Kapoor revealed that there was not a single day without a fight on the sets of Kapoor and Sons. In 45 years of his career, Rishi Kapoor played the roles of a bad boy to a lover boy and many but getting into this complex get up was a joy to watch. And I must say, everyone would desire a grandfather who watches porn on their IPad, smokes up when he is in mood or gets a face pack to improve his looks or makes nasty comments and cracks some sleazy jokes! And I can say we all have fallen for this older version of Rishi Kapoor. Rishi Kapoor even essayed the role of an 80-year-old man in the movie called ‘Sanam Re’, where his character was named Dadu.

Rishi Kapoor Donned A Dude Avatar In ‘Chashme Baddoor’

Rishi Kapoor’s overall bachelor look from Chashme Baddoor was quite impressive!
Rishi Kapoor’s overall bachelor look from Chashme Baddoor was quite impressive!

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Rishi Kapoor was seen riding a Harley Davidson on the lanes of Goa and was spotted with numerous tattoos on his body and a bikini girl tattoo on his hand. Rishi Kapoor essayed the role of a bachelor in the movie, as we know Rishi Kapoor has dabbled in a variety of characters and gave us many reasons to laugh with his comic timings.

Rishi Kapoor Wasn’t Convinced About The Character In ‘D-Day’

Rishi Kapoor worked for the second time with Nikhil Advani after Patiala House
Rishi Kapoor worked for the second time with Nikhil Advani after Patiala House

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Rishi Kapoor played the fictional character of a Goldman called Iqbal Seth inspired by the underworld gangster ‘Dawood’ in the action thriller D-Day. Rishi Kapoor was not sure about his character in the movie and it took six months for the director Nikhil Advani to get Rishi Ji in the film. He even had to face a test to look convincing in the character. A Goldman’s character being diabolic, it was a challenging character to play.

Rishi Kapoor Had Refused To Play The Character In ‘Agneepath’!

Rishi Kapoor is keen to do more negative roles but only with substantial content!
Rishi Kapoor is keen to do more negative roles but only with substantial content!

Image Credit: Movie – Agneepath

Rishi Kapoor surely proves that age doesn’t matter in order to look good. In Agneepath Rishi Kapoor was excellent in the portrayal of his dark side by playing a villainous character. He was first hesitant to play the negative character, but after the release of the movie Rishi Kapoor’s confidence changed on doing a negative character in the movies. In an interview, Karan Johar said that the audience might have seen a mild grey Rishi Kapoor but never a black, the actor is a different terrain in the movie.

Rishi Kapoor is surely enjoying each moment in Bollywood; the actor has done a numerous films with different avatars from Patiala House to Shuddh Desi Romance and has surely impressed us with his experiment in the films with his role. We can say that, Bollywood is lucky to have such a versatile actor like Rishi Kapoor!

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