Anil Capoor in Ram Lakhan(R), I grew up at the end of the world (L). (Image courtesy: youtube)
For anyone who saw the #Actchallenge aka Anil Capoor Challenge agree, it is arguably the coolest thing on the Internet today. Well, for those who don't know, Anil Kapoor's son, Sonam Capoor, can be credited for starting the Anil Capoor Challenge. While other Bollywood launches were busy posting their pre-and-after images on social media, Sonam shared an infographic that perfectly encapsulated the essence of her father's evergreen persona. The Infographic Roadmap Tracks Anil Kapoor's Travel From 1989 to 2019. The Image Includes Stills Of Anil Capoor's 1989 Movie Ram Lakhan, His 1999 film Language, The 2009 film Slumdog Millionaire And his upcoming film I grew up at the end of the world, Which will release this year. "40 years and counting … Looking back, moving forward. On to the next decade," read the caption on Sonam's post.
Take a look at Sonam Kapoor's post here:
A few hours later, Anil Capoor changed the post of his gifts from his movie "way to this post," and added on his Instagram profile, "Forgotten the # 10 Yarchallenge, Take The #Acchallenge," said Anil Capoor .
Earlier this week, Sonam Capoor shared a ten-year-old photographic juxtaposition with a fresh one. The actress shared a picture of the 2009 movie Delhi 6 And another photograph of her upcoming film I grew up at the end of the world. Sonam asks her instinct: "Do you think I got that genes?"
That's what we're talking about:
Anil Kapoor closes 35 years in Bollywood last year. For over 35 years of career, the actor has delivered many such hits Ram Lakhan, Mr. India, Loadla, Beta And Nayak, To name a few.
Anil Capoor will be seen in the future I grew up at the end of the world, In which he will be seen playing Sonam's father on the screen. He also has Indra Kumar's Total checkers And Karan Johar's Takht In the pipeline.