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Throwback: Shekhar Kapur Reveals 'Mini Me' He Met While Shooting Mr. India 756601

An actor and director from India, Shekhar Kulbhushan Kapur was born on December 6, 1945. Shekhar Kapur was raised in the Anand-Sahni family and has won several awards, including the BAFTA, National Film Award, National Board of Review Award, three Filmfare Awards, and a Golden Globe nomination.

With his recurring part in Khandaan, Kapur rose to fame in the Bollywood industry. Before receiving worldwide praise for Mr. India in 1987, he first made his directorial debut in 1983 with the cult masterpiece Masoom. After that, he received widespread recognition and acclaim for the 1994 biographical film Bandit Queen, based on the notorious Indian bandit and politician Phoolan Devi. It had its world premiere during the directors’ week at the Cannes Film Festival and was shown at the Edinburgh Film Festival.

With the fictionalized portrayal of British Queen Elizabeth I’s reign in the 1998 period drama Elizabeth, which was nominated for seven Academy Awards, Kapur rose globally. He subsequently directed the combat drama The Four Feathers in 2002. Finally, he directed Elizabeth: The Golden Age in 2007, the follow-up to his 1998 film Elizabeth.

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Throwback: Shekhar Kapur Reveals 'Mini Me' He Met While Shooting Mr. India 756600

Anil Kapoor and his children can be seen in a white and brown filter in a photo from the movie Mr. India that Shekhar Kapur released. Anil Kapoor is depicted in the image wearing a shirt and pants, gazing upwards, holding a cute girl in his hand, and surrounded by some young children.

Shekhar Kapur captioned his post, “Mr. India was not the only ‘invisible’ person on the set. There was an 11-year-old kid constantly with me, that no one else could see, except me. I called him ‘mini me’ for he was my alter ego as an 11-year-old. With the curiosity, enthusiasm, restlessness, and attention span of an 11-year-old.

After every shot I would turn to ‘mini me’ and ask for approval .. and unless I saw the joy or emotion or excitement on ‘mini men’s face .. I would reconceive the shot ..I guess that’s why Mr. India still lives and still feels fresh and youthful.. it’s because ‘mini me’ hasn’t grown a day older .. and is still dancing joyfully in every frame ..”

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