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Cut to cake-cutting for B'day-boy Rishi Kapoor

Friday, September 08, 2017
By Chaitanya Padukone

Minus any hungama, young-at-heart, evergreen actor Rishi Kapoor  discreetly celebrated his 65th birthday on Monday. On an austere note, he cut the cake during a break, while dubbing at a studio for his latest underproduction film ‘Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi’, a hilarious comedy helmed by writer-director Sanjay Chhel. On the occasion, director Sanjay  also gifted his own vibrant painting of Ganesha to the senior actor, (a staunch Ganesha-bhakt), which he greatly appreciated.

Reacts Chhel, “We were pleasantly surprised when Rishi-jee told us that he would be dubbing on his birthday too. It only inspires us that despite being a legendary actor  he is so dedicated and enthusiastic about his work.  

“That too, even after achieving so much. In fact, during the dubbing, the improvisations he makes allows one to learn a few more vital things in film making," confides the director whose movie has many more acting  stalwarts like Paresh Rawal, Prem Chopra and Tiku Talsania as Rishi’s co-stars. Incidentally in this same film  ‘Patel Ki…’, the agile Rishi has matched dance-steps with voluptuous glam-babe Shilpa Shinde, in a sizzling item song which goes ‘Maro Line Toh Tabiyat Fine, Darling’!

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