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About Rajat Kapoor
Rajat Kapoor (Hindi: रजत कपूर) is an Indian actor, writer and director born in 1961. Kapoor was born in Delhi, India. As a teenager he would watch films with his family and decided to become a filmmaker at the age of 14. He mainly focused on acting at first. In 1983 he joined the theatre group Chingari in Delhi, later moving to Pune to attend the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII). When he had trouble finding acting jobs in the 1990s, Kapoor began writing and directing shorts. He made his full length directorial debut with Private Detective: Two Plus Two Plus One (1997), which had Irrfan Khan and Naseeruddin Shah in minor roles. In 2001, Kapoor first appeared in Dil Chahta Hai, which starred Aamir Khan, as uncle of Preity Zinta's character. He received international attention in Mira Nair's Monsoon Wedding in which he played an abusive uncle. Since then, he has written, directed and appeared in many critically acclaimed films including Corporate, Bheja Fry, and also as Muhammad Ali Jinnah in a UK television film The Last Days Of The Raj in 2007. In 2003, he wrote and directed the independent film Raghu Romeo which he financed by sending e-mail requests for money to his friends. Although it was not a box office success, the film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi. Kapoor then directed and starred in Mixed Doubles, a film that deals with swinging in contemporary Mumbai. He was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor for Siddharth: The Prisoner at the 2008 Asia Pacific Screen Awards. Kapoor frequently collaborates with actors Vinay Pathak and Ranvir Shorey. He is also a three time National Award winner, first for his 26 minute non-feature documentary, Tarana, then for his short, Hypnothesis, and after that for Raghu Romeo in Best Feature Film in Hindi section. He hosts the tri-weekly chat show Lounge telecasted by NDTV Good Times. He also worked in Rishtey (TV series) which was aired on Zee TV during 1999-2001 like 'Milan'(one of the episode). He also played some roles in Kabhie Kabhie (2003 TV series) like Agnipariksha, Vansh and Amar Prem which was telecast on zee tv itself. [edit] Filmography Year Film Functioned As Notes Director Producer Writer Actor Role 1994 Tarana Yes Short 1996 Hypnothesis Yes Short 1997 Private Detective: Two Plus Two Plus One Yes Yes 2000 Tonight No Show Yes Short 2001 Must Tell Her... That I Love Her Yes Short Jojo And The Chair Yes Short Dil Chahta Hai Yes Mahesh Monsoon Wedding Yes Tej Puri 2003 Raghu Romeo Yes Yes Mudda: The Issue Yes Harphool Singh 2004 Tum Yes Vinod Gupta 2005 Dhadkanein Yes Kisna: The Warrior Poet Yes Prince Raghuraj Chehraa Yes 2006 Mixed Doubles Yes Yes Yes Vinod Corporate Yes Vinay Sehgal Yun Hota To Kya Hota Yes U.S. Consulate Officer Bombay Skies Yes Anand Short Anuranan Yes Amit Bannerjee Made In Bengali & Hindi Language 2007 The Last Days Of The Raj Yes Muhammed Ali Jinnah TV Movie Bheja Fry Yes Ranjeet Thadani Apna Asmaan Yes Dr. Sen Hamlet: The Clown Prince Yes Play Khoya Khoya Chand Yes Prem Kumar 2008 Mithya Yes Yes Krazzy 4 Yes Ravi K. Sanyal Via Darjeeling Yes Ronodeep 'Rono' Sen Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na Yes Mahesh - Meghna's Dad Hulla Yes Janardhan Dasvidaniya Yes Rajiv 2009 I Am 24 Yes Shubendu Roy Ek Tho Chance Yes Siddharth: The Prisoner Yes Siddharth Roy Teree Sang Yes Maahi's Father Raat Gayi, Baat Gayi? Yes Yes Yes Rahul Kapoor 2010 Rann Yes Naveen Shankalya That Girl In Yellow Boots Yes Man Who Steps Out Of Elevator Premiered In South Asian International Film Festival 2010 Pappu Can't Dance Saala Yes Palash Premiered In South Asian International Film Festival 2010 And Once Again Yes Hrishikesh Nag Iti Mrinalini Yes Siddhartha Sarkar Made In Bengali Language Phas Gaye Re Obama Yes Om Shastri 2011 Jo Dooba So Paar: It's Love In Bihar! Yes Superintendent Of Police Nothing Like Lear Yes Play 2012 Agent Vinod Yes ISI chief Lt-Gen Iftekhar Ahmed Fatso! Yes Yes The Owner Yes 10ml Love Yes Ghalib Completed Midnight's Children Yes Aadam Aziz Completed 2013 Carpet Boy Yes Ehsaan Khan Pre-Production [edit] References ^ a b Big on the small film ^ "Gateway- Rajat Kapoor". http://www.rediff.com/gateway/rajatkapoor.html. ^ "Lounge". http://goodtimes.ndtv.com/GoodTimesShowPage.aspx?ShowID=12. [edit] External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Rajat Kapoor Rajat Kapoor at the Internet Movie Database Authority control VIAF: 76084919
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