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Raj Kapoor won the hearts of fans with films like Shree 420

Raj Kapoor won the hearts of fans with films like Shree 420

Raj Kapoor, who gave many best, hit and superhit films in Bollywood, died on this day i.e. June 2, 1988. Today is his death anniversary. In such a situation, today on his death anniversary, we are going to tell you some special things related to him. Yes, the real name of Raj Kapoor, who was called the first superstar and show man of the film, was Ranbir. Yes, at the age of nine, Raj Kapoor acted in front of the camera for the first time in the film Inquilab.

You all may not know that his first job was that of Clapper Boy, for which he used to get Rs.10 a month. And after that, Raj Kapoor, who gave more than one film to Hindi cinema for 4 decades, preferred to call himself a show man. Let us tell you that Raj Kapoor was awarded the Padma Bhushan in the year 1971 and Dadasaheb Phalke, the highest honor of the Hindi film industry in the year 1987, which was excellent.

In those days, getting these awards used to be a big deal. Raj Kapoor was called Asia’s biggest show man. In fact, he used to pour liquor worth lakhs of rupees like water in his colorful parties, the story of which is still in people’s mind. While his best films include Awara, Aag, Shree 420, Barsaat, Mera Naam Joker, Teesri Kasam and Sangam. Let us tell you that Raj was an asthma patient. He died after an asthma attack.

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