Dad’s little girl Shraddha Kapoor says it’s very conceivable for Biopic on Shakti Kapoor


Shakti Kapoor has been a standout amongst the most controversial on-screen characters in Bollywood. Quite a long time ago, he has been Bollywood's go to fellow when it comes attempting abhorrent parts alongside Gulshan Grover and Ranjeet.

However his best part has been in satire when he played the risky yet moronic crime expert Gogo in Rajkumar Santoshi's drama’ Andaz Apna’ and as Govinda's unwavering sidekick in ‘Raja Babu’.

 Shakti Kapoor had mostly did few shabby B-evaluation and C-grade movies, the most popular being Gunda. He has additionally been included in the famous sting operation where he was seen required in the throwing lounge chair business.

According to a report in DNA, the Baaghi on-screen character would love to see a film made on him. She says, "He's done a great deal of movies, just about 700 films here.

 Shraddha said, “There are so many things to gossip about and make news of. It’s just a part-and-parcel of the industry. If a biopic is ever made on my dad, I would want him to be showcased as an artist, as an actor. Because the fan following he has, is crazy. That will be nice to see.”

She further added, “It might not be the wisest thing to do. If he’s not playing himself in the film, it doesn’t make sense me playing his daughter on screen.”