'Once slapped on sets, I wanted to quit acting', recalls Shakti Kapoor

written by Shimona Sharma | December 06, 2022 02:08pm

Shakti Kapoor news: Shakti Kapoor who ruled the early 80s and 90s with his portrayal of comic as well as villianous roles has had a  splendid career. The actor recently appeared in The Kapil Sharma Show and recalled the time when he thought of taking the earliest possible train out of Mumbai to quit acting.

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Well, you read that correctly. This happened when he was constantly being slapped for a scene during a film shoot. 'Shakti' revealed about the '80s when he appeared on the comedy show. Further, he said that he did a film named 'Mawaali' in the year 1983, and in the very first scene he was slapped by Kader Khan and he fell on the ground.

The scene was repeated three times which made Shakti Kapoor quite irritable and the actor decided to go back home as he could not resist the situation.

Moreover, he said he was firm with his decision to go back home, however, Veeru Devgan who was an action choreographer suggested good advice that made him stay in the industry.

Shakti Kapoor concluded and said that if a person is successful in doing comedy then he is the hero and if a person is successful in making an impact with a negative character then also he is a hero.

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