Amidst an outpouring of affection and admiration for Bollywood star Anil Kapoor on his 67th birthday, his family took to social media to share heartfelt tributes, reminiscing about cherished moments.

Daughter Sonam Kapoor curated a touching collage on Instagram, spotlighting a series of delightful snapshots capturing their intimate bond. The montage featured candid instances of Anil Kapoor with his grandson Vayu, and nostalgic childhood captures alongside daughters Sonam and Rhea Kapoor.

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Accompanying the heartfelt post, Sonam penned a touching note that read, “Happy Birthday Dad! the world knows you as the evergreen Super star who never ages, our industry knows you as the most consistent, hardworking and talented actor of the last four generations , but for your family you’re the best husband, father and grandfather, who leads by example of openness, hardwork, gratitude and love. No one like you @anilskapoor you literally are the best in the world.”
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Nephew Arjun Kapoor joined the birthday celebration with playful nostalgia, sharing a throwback clip where he charmingly mimicked his uncle during a public appearance. Expressing his affectionate regards, Arjun hailed Anil as the “OG fighter of Hindi films,” acknowledging his resilience in overcoming challenges and continually inspiring others in the industry.
Meanwhile, Anil Kapoor’s recent portrayal as Ranbir Kapoor’s father in Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s ‘Animal’ got many good reviews from the audiences. Also the film, amidst controversies, did good business at the box office.

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