Pankaj Kapur Personal Information
|Real Name||Pankaj Kapur|
|Profession||Actor and Director|
|Date of Birth||29 May 1954|
|Birthplace||Ludhiana, Punjab, India|
|Star Sign/ Zodiac Sign||Gemini|
|Hometown||Ludhiana, Punjab, India|
|Debut||Film Debut : Arohan (1982)|
TV Debut : Karamchand (1985–1988)
|Height, Weight & Body Measurements|
|Height in Centimeters||168 cm|
|Height in meters||1.68 m|
|Height in Inches||5’ 6”|
|Weight in Kilograms||80 kg|
|Weight in Pounds||176 lbs|
|Body Measurements||42-36-12 Inches|
|Chest Size||42 Inches|
|Waist Size||36 Inches|
|Biceps Size||12 Inches|
|Shoe Size||10 Inches|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Family and Relatives|
|Father||Not Known (College Principal)|
|Affairs, Girlfriends and Marital Status|
|Wife/ Spouse||Neelima Azeem (Divorced)|
Supriya Pathak (Actress)
|Son||Shahid Kapoor (Actor) and Ruhaan Kapoor|
|Education and School, College|
|College/ University||Government College, Ludhiana |
National School of Drama (NSD), New Delhi
|Favorites Things and Like & Dislike|
|Favorite Actor||Dilip Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, Marlon Brando and Rajesh Khanna|
|Favorite Food||Rajma Chawal and Pakodas|
|House Address||Yari Road, Mumbai|
Pankaj Kapur turned into born on 29-05-1954 in Ludhiana inside the nation of Punjab, India. he is an Indian Theatre Actor, film Actor, tv Actor, film Director & Screenwriter who best recognized for his work in Bollywood, Punjabi, Tamil and English movies.
Pankaj Kapur is an Indian film, television and Theatre Actor. He turned into born on 29 may additionally 1954 in Ludhiana, Punjab, India. Pankaj Kapur specifically works in Bollywood, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu movies and tv Serials. He became made his on-screen debut with movie ‘Hari Hondal Bargadar: share Cropper’ (1981). Pankaj Kapur has recipient awards like four country wide film awards, Indian telly Awards, Filmfare nice Villain Award. Pankaj Kapur Studied Engineering from government college, Ludhiana.
In the wake of moving on from National School of Drama, he did theater for next four years, until he was offered a job in Gandhi by Richard Attenborough. Throughout the years, as an executive, he has done more than 74 plays and serials, including Mohandas B.A.L.L.B., Wah Bhai Wah, Sahabji Biwiji Ghulamji and Drishtanth, Kanak Di Balli, Albert’s Bridge and Panchvan Savaar.
He made his film debut with Shyam Benegal’s film Arohan (1982). Following that he assumed the job of Mahatma Gandhi’s subsequent secretary, Pyarelal, in the Richard Attenborough film Gandhi in 1982. Later he named for Ben Kingsley in the Hindi form of the film.
From that point he showed up in a string of craftsmanship films that went under the parallel film classification, with driving workmanship films executives, beginning with Shyam Benegal’s Mandi (1983), Kundan Shah’s parody Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro again in 1983. This was trailed by Saeed Akhtar Mirza sarcastic Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho! (1984), Mrinal Sen’s Khandhar (1984), and Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s anticipation spine chiller Khamosh in 1985. He showed up in numerous workmanship films, a significant number of which proceeded to win National Film Awards.
In 1986, he changed to TV, with the job of Karamchand jasoos(detective) in the investigator parody, Karamchand, likewise featuring Sushmita Mukherjee. Throughout the years he has been found in various TV serials, including, Kab Tak Pukaroon (Doordarshan) Zabaan Sambhaal Ke (a change of the English TV arrangement, Mind Your Language), Lifeline with Vijaya Mehta, Neem ka Ped lastly comic breaks in Philips Top 10.
In the interim, his tryst with craftsmanship film proceeded, as he featured in movies like Chameli Ki Shaadi (1986), Ek Ruka Hua Faisla (1986), and Yeh Woh Manzil To Nahin (1987). In 1987, his comic side was unmistakable again in the business activity film Jalwa, likewise featuring Naseeruddin Shah.
His first National Film Award accompanied the 1989 film, Raakh, which additionally featured Aamir Khan.
He featured in the exemplary Punjabi film Marhi Da Diva (1989). He included in the 1992 Mani Ratnam movie Roja coordinated. (Roja was made in Tamil and later named in Hindi, Marathi, Telugu and Malayalam.)
His most grounded presentation in the early piece of his career originated from his lead job of battling researcher in the film Ek Doctor Ki Maut (1991), for which he was granted the 1991 National Film Award – Special Jury Award.
In 2000 he came back to TV with the sequential Office a humorous interpretation of the predominant defilement in India.
In 2003 he showed up in Maqbool, Vishal Bhardwaj’s adjustment of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. His opposing exhibition as the short-statured, potbellied, mix footed Abbaji in Maqbool got him the 2004 National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor. Then, he discharged movies like The Blue Umbrella (2005), Dus (2005) and Halla Bol (2007). In 2006, he began to be seen again on TV. In the TV arrangement, Naya Office, a spin-off of his past arrangement Office.
On 11 January 2013, the Vishal Bharadwaj-coordinated film Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola, featuring Kapur was discharged.