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In an interview with the news and entertainment portal Rediff.com, Kapoor stated that his character was written as a tribute to his grandfather's iconic roles as a tramp.
The film was his first commercial success, in which his role was that of a womaniser who is romantically involved with three women, played by Bipasha Basu, Minissha Lamba, and Deepika Padukone, at different stages of his life. In Dharma Productions's Wake Up Sid, a coming of age film from director Ayan Mukerji, Kapoor portrayed Siddharth "Sid" Mehra, a rich, lazy teenager whose life undergoes a series of changes after interacting with an ambitious journalist (played by Konkana Sen Sharma).
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He is also a co-owner of the Indian Super League football team Mumbai City FC.
Kapoor has been vocal about how his parent's troubled marriage affected him as a child: "Sometimes the fights would get really bad.
Prakash Jha's big-budget ensemble political drama Raajneeti was Kapoor's first release of 2010.
The film, which starred Nana Patekar, Ajay Devgn, Arjun Rampal, Manoj Bajpayee, Katrina Kaif and Sarah Thompson in prominent roles, was inspired by the Indian epic The Mahabharata and Mario Puzo's 1969 novel The Godfather.
He followed this with roles in a series of films that did not perform well commercially, with the exception of the romance Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (2016).In preparation for the role, Kapoor lived with a Jat family in Pitam Pura and studied their mannerisms.Directed by Anurag Basu, the film (set in the 1970s) tells the story of its titular protagonist (a deaf and mute man, played by Kapoor) who falls in love with a woman who is already engaged (played by Ileana D'Cruz) and later, an autistic girl (played by Priyanka Chopra).In preparation, Kapoor observed the work of actors Roberto Benigni, Charlie Chaplin, and his grandfather.Ronnie Scheib of Variety praised Kapoor for successfully channeling Chaplin in "tone and affect", and Raja Sen of wrote that "he does very strongly indeed with this Chaplin-tribute role, bestowing his character with heart every step of the way".