One of Pankaj's films won 8 Oscar Awards, had an interest in acting since childhood

Pankaj Kapoor is a great actor and today is his birthday. He was born on 29th May 1954 in Ludhiana and in today's time he has made his own unique mark in the world of entertainment. On the other hand, his son Shahid Kapoor is also a big name in the industry. Pankaj Kapoor made an entry in films with Shyam Bengal's film Aarohan (1982). After this (1982), in Richard Attenborough's 'Gandhi', he played the role of Pyarelal, the second secretary to Mahatma Gandhi. His character in this film was very small but impressive and very few people know that this film won 8 Oscar awards.

Pankaj Kapur also made his successful career on TV. He played his lead role in the spy serial 'Karamchand' in the 80s and he became famous. Pankaj Kapoor studied at the National School of Drama and he spent a lot of time in the theatre. Pankaj Kapoor was liked in the films 'Maqbool' and 'Doctor Ki Maut'. After that, he also appeared in films like 'Dharma', Chameli, 'Ek Ruka Hua Faisla', 'Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon', and was liked in all. Pankaj Kapur's magic on TV went well.

Apart from 'Karamchand', his character in the TV show 'Office Office' got tremendous fame. Talking about his personal life, it was during the National School of Drama that he met actress and dancer Neelima Azim. After that, the two got married. After this, Shahid Kapoor was born, although after that the two separated. After this, Supriya Pathak's entry in Pankaj Kapur's life took place and Supriya and Pankaj are happy in their married life today.

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