Published by: Riya Upadhay
Anil Kapoor and Boney Kapoor Relation: A veteran filmmaker is credited with launching the actor in Bollywood and improving his career, but he was always at loggerheads. There was a time when he used to beat superstars a lot. Once he beat the actor so much that he did not return home for 3 days.
Anil Kapoor made his entry in Bollywood with the film ‘Hamare Tumhare’. He was first seen as a lead actor in the film ‘Wo 7 Din’ produced by his elder brother Boney Kapoor. Together they gave Bollywood cult classics like ‘Mr India’. However, they had many fights, which Anil Kapoor and his nephew Arjun Kapoor revealed during an interview.
During the conversation, when Arjun Kapoor tells uncle Anil Kapoor that you once ran away from home for two or three days, Anil Kapoor starts talking about his relationship with his brother Boney Kapoor. Anil Kapoor said, ‘He used to beat me a lot. His punch hit my back very hard. Sometimes I act too loud. I would go and sit in the school ground and then they would come to explain to me. Many such cases have happened.
Anil Kapoor then gets emotional and mentions his contribution to his career. He says, ‘He had a huge contribution in my career. We are better friends than brothers. We have a bond that cannot be expressed in words.
Anil Kapoor continues, ‘Both started and did films together. We have learned from our father that we are among those people who invest whatever they have, home, family, money, hard work, sweat and blood in their films. This is the kind of people we are. Bonnie and I will be like this until our last breath.
Anil Kapoor has turned 66 and is still active in films with enthusiasm and passion. He will next be seen in films like ‘Fighter’, ‘Animal’ in very interesting roles. ‘Animal’ is slated to release on December 1 this year, while ‘Fighter’ will release on January 24 next year. Anil Kapoor will also be seen in an important role along with son Harshvardhan Kapoor in the biopic of Olympic winner Abhinav Bindra.