Anil Kapoor was born on December 24, 1956 in Chembur Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. In 1979, he appeared in the movie Hamare Tumhare, his first Hindi film. His first lead actor appearance was in the Telugu feature Vamsa Vruksham in 1980. After more roles in a variety of movies, he received his first Filmfare Award as Best Supporting Actor for his performance in 1984’s Mashaal while his first Filmfare Best Actor Award came in 1988 with the film Tezaab.
Since then, Kapoor has starred in several movies with a career spanning of 25 years. He then ventured into international movies with his Hollywood debut in the 2008 film Slumdog Millionaire directed by Danny Boyle, which became a worldwide success. In 2010, he also starred as Kamistan President Omar Hassan in the American series 24 in its eight season. His performance on the show gained critical praise from the American press. Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor is her daughter while her second daughter Rhea Kapoor is a film producer.
Has Anil Kapoor had Plastic Surgery?
The legendary Bollywood actor is an amazing example of a man who looks at his age as a mere number. Turning 59 this year, he’s only a year shy of 60, and yet he doesn’t look like a grandpa at all. He’s still charismatic and looks well and fit. He has an incredible career that he’s worked hard for since the 1970s and his status in the industry he’s in is unwavering. Because he looks way younger and lean compared to other actors his age, some are wondering what could be the actor’s secret in maintaining his fantastic appearance.
There are various speculations saying that the veteran actor is no stranger to plastic surgery. If you look at him, his face doesn’t have a lot of significant lines, which is kind of odd considering he’s almost 60. Of course, there’s the possibility of a healthy lifestyle. He may be very disciplined when it comes to his lifestyle choices. But still, the fact that he looks amazing poses the inevitable question: Has Anil Kapoor had plastic surgery? Clearly, the actor has had some help to smoothen flaws here and there.