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In Sanjay Kapoor’s birthday post, Sonam Kapoor Recalls The Past

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In Sanjay Kapoor's birthday post, Sonam Kapoor Recalls The Past

Today, October 17, is Sanjay Kapoor’s birthday. Sonam Kapoor has sent him a heartfelt greeting in honor of the event. Major vintage images of the actress Chachu (Sanjay) and her sister Rhea Kapoor were also posted. When they were kids, she also posted a photo of her father, Anil Kapoor, and his uncles, Boney and Sanjay Kapoor. She sent her some gorgeous pictures and a nice card. “Happy happy birthday chachu!” said the funniest and coolest uncle. We adore you. Greetings to the funniest, coolest uncle—we want to party with you forever! Hazaro saal jiyo! (living a millennium) Happy 60th!”
After Sonam Kapoor tweeted the picture, Sanjay Kapoor quickly added his comment, “Love you too,” along with heart emoticons.

His family and friends, including singer Sukhbir, sister Reena Marwah, brothers Boney and Anil Kapoor, Farah Khan, Chunky Panday, and Bhavana Pandey, among others, Sanjay Kapoor celebrated his birthday in Dubai. His midnight birthday party was thrown, and he released multiple images and videos on his Instagram stories to give followers a preview of the festivities. Sanjay Kapoor, the birthday kid, is handsome in the pictures wearing formal attire. He also posted footage of himself cutting a sizable birthday cake adorned with images of himself and his wife, Maheep.

In 1995’s Prem, starring Tabu, Sanjay Kapoor made his acting debut. Additionally, he has worked as a lead in various movies, including Raja with Madhuri Dixit, Auzaar, and Mohabbat and Sirf Tum, to name a few. Apart from movies, he has also worked in a TV show Dil Sambhal Jaa Zara. Last, he was seen with Madhuri Dixit in Netflix series The Fame Game.

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