Rishi Kapoor Turns 62, Celebrates with Family in London

Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor had a cosy birthday celebration with his wife Neetu and their son Ranbir at a restaurant in London.

Published: 04th September 2015 02:50 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th September 2015 02:50 PM   |  A+A-

Rishi Kapoor

Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor. |AFP


LONDON: Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, who turned 62 on Friday, had a cosy birthday celebration with his wife Neetu and their son Ranbir at a restaurant here.

Rishi posted a photograph of the family outing on Twitter on Thursday.

"This afternoon at the Le Petit Maison. Thank you Ranbir for coming early," Rishi captioned the image in which the trio is seen together.

Neetu also took to Instagram and shared the same photograph with the caption: "Rans joins in for his Dad's birthday celebrations!!! Bless him. 4th Sep.”

Ranbir is in London to shoot Karan Johar's "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil"

Rishi, who is son of late actor-filmmaker Raj Kapoor, has been a part of the industry for over four decades now. Some of his blockbuster films include “Bobby”, “Kabhie Kabhie”, “Amar Akbar Anthony”, “Karz”, “Prem Rog”and “Agneepath”, among others. He was last seen in “All Is Well”. 

Meanwhile, many Bollywood stars including Prosenjit Chatterjee, Divya Dutta and Anurag Kashyap also took to the micro-blogging site to wish the “dearest” actor.

Here's what these stars have written:

Prosenjit Chatterjee: Happy birthday to my all time favorite @chintskap many happy returns of the day.

Anurag Kashyap: @chintskap Happy Birthday Sir.

Divya Dutta: Happy bday to my very favourite and dearest @chintskap !!! Hava great one sir!!! Big hug.

Neil Nitin Mukesh: Here is wishing Chintu uncle @chintskap a very very happy birthday. God bless you always. Loads of love.

Sophie Choudry: Happy b'day to my fave @chintskap! Have a super day in my home town & a fabulous year ahead! Big hug.


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