Actor Rishi Kapoor has shared such an old picture, it will leave you scratching your head, attempting to perceive who will be who. In the image, Rishi appears to be around 10 years old, at a birthday party with his friends.
The entire gathering, including siblings Boney and Anil Kapoor, is seen enjoying soft drinks while wearing party hats. A mischievous Rishi is even observed whacking a companion's hand or attempting to grab something from him. "Original Coca Cola advertisement. Boney Kapoor, Aditya Kapoor, Rishi Kapoor,Tutu Sharma and that cute brat Anil Kapoor (photo courtesy Khalid Mohammed)," he composed with a tweet.
Rishi's fans adored seeing this look into his youth. "Awesome Rishiji.. its one of rare collections, keep posting few more for our consumption …… U are really awesome," kept in touch with one fan. "U were so babloo.. mashAllah. my nephew resembles you alot and i call him rishi kapoor at times," composed another. One fan even thought about Rishi's adorable looks as a child to his niece Kareena Kapoor's child, Taimur. "Sir you would have given #TaimurAliKhan run for his money had you born in recent times," they composed.
The actor recently commended the 42nd anniversary of his film Doosara Aadmi. The veteran actor, who recently came back to India after 11 months of cancer treatment in New York City, shared a monochrome picture that is from the premiere of the film. The snap has some incredible characters presenting together. In the old snap, one can recognize a young Yash Chopra with lead actor Rishi and director of the film Ramesh Talwar. "Premiere of Doosara Aadmi," Rishi inscribed the image on Twitter.
The story of the iconic film revolves around Nisha (Raakhee), an advertising industry proficient, who turns into a recluse after the terrible passing of her boyfriend, Shashi Saigal (Shashi Kapoor). Years later, Karan Saxena (Rishi) offers her employment with his advertising agency and she accepts. She understands that Karan, who recently married Timsy (Neetu Singh), helps her to remember Shashi.
The film hit screens on 14 October 1977. The verified page of Yash Raj Films shared the poster of the film to celebrate the achievement. "A classic tale that is beyond just a love story," the page subtitled the poster.