Anil Kapoor’s jokes about anxiety are age denial, much like the actor himself. Recently during his appearance in the comedy show Case Toh Banata Hai, the actor poked fun at himself and his great ‘awkwardness’ as he jokingly said that he is dating Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor’s five-year-old son Taimur Ali Khan. was doing a film. The star kid is playing the role of his father. Read also: Anil Kapoor says he looks more fit than his yoga instructors
Case To Banta Hai, billed as India’s first courtroom comedy, streams on Amazon MiniTV, Amazon’s free video streaming service. Each episode in the show sees a new celeb facing the ‘charge’ against him, with actors Riteish Deshmukh and Varun Sharma playing the role of prosecutor and defense lawyer. Kush Kapila sits as the judge. The second episode, which began on Friday, featured Anil Kapoor as a guest/respondent.
During the episode, Riteish asked Anil about his friend circle in the industry. After naming his contemporaries and seniors like Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan, the actor said that he was also a friend of the ‘youth’ and that he had met Ranbir Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, his sons Harshvardhan Kapoor and Taimur Ali Khan. Took the name As he told Taimur, Riteish was surprised, to which Anil replied, “Taimur and I are very friendly. Actually, we are doing a film together. He plays my father.”
Anil has often been praised for his youth. The 65-year-old actor gets praise from fans for being fit and ‘not looking his age’, something the actor has often joked about. During the show, Anil also revealed why he likes to keep a mustache. His facial hair has been a staple since the early ’80s. He shaved it only for two films- Lamhe and Jhooth Bole Kauwa Kate. Anil said, “I had to shave my mustache in two films, both of them flopped. Both were disasters. So I decided not to cut my mustache again.”
Anil was last seen in the multi-starrer comedy Jagjag Jio, which also starred Neetu Kapoor, Varun Dhawan and Kiara Advani. Next year, he will be seen in the sequels of Animal, Fighter and No Entry. At the same time, Taimur does not have plans to work in any film at the moment.