Rishi Raj Kapoor (4 September 1952 — 30 April 2020] was an Indian entertainer, movie chief and maker who worked in Hindi films. He was the beneficiary of a few honors, including four Filmfare Grants and a Public Film Grant.
Naturally introduced to the Kapoor familyhe made his presentation, as a juvenile, in his dad Raj Kapoor’s film Mera Naam Joker (1970), for which he won the Public Film Grant for Best Kid Artist As a grown-up, his most memorable lead job was inverse Dimple Kapadia in the youngster sentiment Bobby (1973), which won him the Filmfare Grant for Best Entertainer. Somewhere in the range of 1973 and 2000, Kapoor featured as the heartfelt lead in 92 films. A portion of his striking movies during this period incorporate Khel Mein (1975), Kabhi Kabhie (1976), Sargam (1979), Karz (1980), Prem Rog (1982), Chandni (1989), and Deewana (1992).
Since the 2000s, Kapoor played character jobs to basic praise in such movies as Karma by Some coincidence (2009), Love Aaj Kal (2009), Do Dooni Chaar (2010), Agneepath (2012), 102 Not Out (2018) and Mulk (2018). For his presentation in Do Dooni Chaar (2010), he won the Filmfare Grant for Best Entertainer (Pundits), and for his part in Kapoor and Children (2016), he won the Filmfare Grant for Best Supporting Actor. He was respected with the Filmfare Lifetime Accomplishment Grant in 2008. His last film appearance was in Sharmaji Namkeen (2022), which was delivered after death.
Kapoor met his significant other, entertainer Neetu Singh while working in films on film set, with whom he had two youngsters, including Ranbir Kapoor. He passed on from leukemia on 30 April 2020, matured 67.