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Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Ranbir Kapoor, the 3rd generation of legendary Raj Kapoor 'Gharana', is currently quite excited about his two upcoming movies, i.e. Shamshera and Brahmastra. His happiness and excitement must have doubled after learning about Alia Bhatt's pregnancy. 

This RK lad made his debut in 2007 with the romantic film Saawariya alongside Sonam Kapoor. Despite being helmed by ace director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, the movie bombed at the box office. 

Recently, Ranbir revealed about being a movie buff just like any other Indian youth and is still in awe of Millennium Star Amitabh Bachchan.

Currently, Ranbir is one of the most sought-after actors in the Hindi cine industry with back-to-back movies in the list. Fans are quite aware that the Kapoor lad didn't make his debut in the industry as an actor. It is well known that RK had earlier worked as an Assistant Director. 

His mother and actress Neetu Singh Kapoor had earlier shared a memorable incident when Ranbir had just started earning and once took her on lunch with his saved money. Back then, probably Ranbir was working as an assistant director in the blockbuster movie Black starring Amitabh Bachchan and Rani Mukerji. 

But, did you know Ranbir stepped into the B-Town as a clap boy and his first monthly earning was Rs 250 only? 

Yes, you heard it right! Ranbir worked as a clap boy in 1996's Prem Granth which also starred Dhak Dhak girl Madhuri Dixit apart from several other noted actors. 

Recently, a photo surfaced on social media in which Ranbir is seen holding the clapboard and his father Rishi was standing behind the board probably waiting for the director's order.

The Kapoors are one of the most respected families in Bollywood. Following Prithviraj Kapoor's reigns, Raj Kapoor, fondly called the 'show man' of the B-Town, carried on the legacy of entertaining the audience. He along with his brothers ruled the Indian cinema for several years. 

Further, his sons, Rishi Kapoor, Randhir and Rajiv were the heirs of the showman. Leaving apart Rajiv, his other two lads got established in the industry and the rest is history. Next, it was Karishma, Kareena and Ranbir, who are currently active in the industry.

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