8 Things You Didn’t Know About Karan Kapoor

Karan Kapoor Biography

One of the famed Indian former actors, model, and photographer, Karan Kapoor, a son of the veteran actor Shashi Kapoor and Jennifer Kapoor. The actor has strong roots in the Hindi film industry as his siblings, cousins, and paternal uncles worked in the Hindi cinema, but like him, they got little success. Also, the actor had modeled for many notable brands. However, there are many things that his fans want to know about him. So, have a look at these unknown things.

Karan Kapoor

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Karan Kapoor

1- Strong Roots in Hindi Film Industry

Karan Kapoor has strong roots in Hindi cinema as his paternal uncles, Raj Kapoor and Shami Kapoor has worked in many Indian films. Also, his siblings and cousins have worked in Hindi films.

2- Bollywood Debut

In 1978, former actor Karan Kapoor made his Bollywood debut “Junoon” for which he got huge applause from viewers.

3- British Television Debut

The actor made his British Television debut “The Jewel In The Crown” aired in 1984. Subsequently, he then appeared in many projects.

4- Hobbies

Besides acting and modeling, Karan Kapoor loves doing photography in his leisure time and whenever he gets off from the shoots, he spends his time in photography.

5- Modeled for Popular Brand

Karan Kapoor has done various modeling assignments but he did modeling for one of the most popular brands, like; “Bombay Dyeing”.

6- Achievements

Among various achievements, Karan Kapoor won the International Photography Award for the People/Lifestyle category as he captured a photo of an Old Couple.

7- Worked as a photographer in films

Karan Kapoor also worked as a photographer in two films including “The Bostonians” released in 1984, and “Utsav”, released in 1984.

8- Most Popular British TV series

Among many, some of the most popular British television series may include “South of The Border” aired in 1990, and “The Tooting Lions”.

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