Sharad S. Kapoor is an Indian actor and assistant director who primarily works in Hindi and Bengali cinema. He’s recognized for his supporting roles within the Hindi movies Josh (2000) and Lakshya (2004).
Sharad Kapoor was born on Friday, 13 February 1976 (age 45 years; as of 2021) in Calcutta, West Bengal. His zodiac signal is Aquarius. He did his education from a authorities faculty in Calcutta. He was keen on watching movies in childhood and sometimes used to go to the cinema in between his faculty and tuition time.
Top (approx.): 5′ 10″
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Black
Household & Caste
Dad and mom & Siblings
Not a lot is understood about his dad and mom. He has two brothers, Gautam Kapoor and Deepak Kapoor.
Spouse & Kids
Sharad is married to Koyal Basu, granddaughter of Jyoti Basu (Former Chief Minister of West Bengal).
Sharad began his profession as an assistant director in 1991 with the Bollywood movie “Lakshmanrekha.” He made his performing debut in 1994 with the Bollywood movie “Mera Pyara Bharat.”
Subsequent, he appeared in Hindi movies like Dastak (1996), Ankhon Mein Tum Ho (1997), Iski Topi Uske Sarr (1998), Kahani Kismat Ki (1999), and Aaghaaz (2000).
He made his Bengali movie debut in 1997 with the movie “Achena Atithi” as ‘Pratap/Ranjit.’
Subsequently, he appeared within the Bengali movies Kalo Chita (2004), Parinam (2005), Needed (2010), and Kolkata The Metro Life (2010).
A few of his standard Bollywood movies embrace Josh (2000), Hathyar (2002), Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein (2002), Lakshya (2004), and Jai Ho (2014).
Sharad made his tv debut in 1995 with DD Nationwide’s TV serial “Swabhimaan” as ‘Grover.’ Subsequently, he appeared within the serials “Aankhen” (1995) and “Chahat Aur Nafrat” (1996).
- Journey Vacation spot: Rio de Janeiro
- He loves watching cricket and cooking in his leisure time.
- He has received a tattoo inked on his proper arm.
- Sharad Kapoor owns two restaurants- ‘Vacation spot’ in Mumbai and ‘Tangerine One’ in Bangalore.