Ranbir Kapoor

Ranbir Kapoor
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An Indian actor best recognized for his work in Hindi-language movies, Ranbir Kapoor was born on September 28, 1982. He is among the highest-paid actors in Hindi film, and since 2012, he has appeared on Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list. Numerous honors, including six Filmfare Awards, have been bestowed to Kapoor.

The grandson of actor-director Raj Kapoor and the son of actors Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh, Kapoor studied method acting and filmmaking at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. He then worked with director Sanjay Leela Bhansali on the movie Black (2005) before making his acting debut in the critically and financially unsuccessful 2007 film Saawariya, a sad love story. Wake Up Sid, Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, a coming-of-age movie, and Raajneeti, a political drama, all from 2009, helped him become well-known.
Childhood And Background
Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh, both stars in the Hindi film business, welcomed Ranbir Kapoor into the world on September 28, 1982 in Bombay, Maharashtra, India. He is the grandson of actor-director Raj Kapoor and the great-grandson of Prithviraj Kapoor. Riddhima, his older sister, is a fashion and interior designer (born 1980).His first cousins are the actors Karisma and Kareena Kapoor, who are the daughters of actor Randhir Kapoor.Kapoor, whose parents are Sikh and Hindu, is of Punjabi ancestry. He attended the Bombay Scottish School for his education. He had little interest in academics as a student and performed poorly compared to his peers. He has, however, claimed that he excelled in sports, notably football.

Kapoor moved to New York City after completing his pre-university studies at the H.R. College of Commerce and Economics to study filmmaking at the School of Visual Arts and method acting at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. India 1964 and Passion to Love are two short films that Kapoor produced and starred in while still in film school. He was motivated to seek a career in Bollywood by the isolation of living alone in New York City and his "useless" experience in film school. When Kapoor got back to Mumbai, Sanjay Leela Bhansali hired him to work as an assistant director on his 2005 movie Black. He talked about the event