Today the sky also cried At the death of actor Shashi Kapoor:- As soon as the news of actor Shashi Kapoor’s death came in the evening, the rain started in Mumbai too, so why is man Sky is also crying on the news of the death of this great actor.
Renowned film actor, producer, and director Shashi Kapoor did not. He was 79 years old. In the past, they were battling kidney disease. He died at Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai on Monday [Dt: 4th December 2017] evening at 5.20 pm.
In the 70’s and 80’s, he was seen as the screen icon of romance on the big screen.
He worked in many Hindi and English films. Although Shashi Kapoor was not active in the film industry for a long time But when films such as Jab Jab Phool Khile (1965), Wakt (1964), Abhinetri (1970), Dewaar (1975), Trishul (1978) are still seen with likes.
Among them, Raj Kapoor’s Aag (1948) and Awara (1951) are notable names. In these films, Shashi Kapoor played the role of Raj Kapoor’s childhood. In the 1950s, Shashi Kapoor started working as a supporting actor.
As the lead actor Shashi Kapoor, in 1961, stepped on the big screen from “Dharmaputra”. He has worked in more than 116 films in his career. He was awarded Padma Bhushan in 2011 and Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 2015.
Shashi Kapoor’s nephew, Randhir Kapoor told a news agency PTI, “He had a kidney problem for some years and he was on dialysis for some years and his funeral will be done on Tuesday morning.”
Shashi Kapoor as a producer also produced some of the best Bollywood films. Among them are movies like Junoon (1978), Kaliyug (1980), 36 Chaurangi lane (1981), Vijeta (1982), Utsav (1984).
Shashi Kapoor was born on 18th March 1938 at Kolkata West Bengal,India , Prithviraj Kapoor the big name of the theater and film world. Under the guidance of the father, Shashi came to the theater at the age of four. In the late 40s, Shashi Kapoor started working as a child artist.