Rohan Kapoor

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Rohan Kapoor/Ruhan Kapoor
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Ruhan Kapoor
Born 1965 (age 52–53)
Mumbai
Other names Ruhan Kapoor
Occupation Actor, singer
Years active 1981 -present
Website www.ruhankapoor.com

Rohan Kapoor (or Ruhan, born 1965) is a Hindi actor and singer, son of Mahendra Kapoor. He started his film career at the age of 16 as an assistant director with Manoj Kumar for the film Kranti. After that, he became active on the stage with Shafi Inamdar and even acted for two of his most popular plays - Neela Kamra and Adaa. Also, Yash Chopra gave him a role in his film Faasle in 1985 It was then that Yash Chopra gave a break to Rohan as a Hero in his Film FAASLE with Farha in the year 1985, then he got a role in Love 86, which took the youth of the country by storm in which Govinda co-starred with Rohan. After that, Prakash Mehra got Rohan to play in Imaandaar in deference to his earlier role with Shafi Inamdar and Sanjay Dutt, which got Rohan lots of critical acclaim from the media as well as moviegoers. Then, many other roles came, in Masti, Mera Naseeb, Maha Kali, Sur Asur and many other films.

He also started his singing career at the age of 9; he toured the world with his father singing on stage. Now, Rohan has come out with pop albums called Oh My Darling, Dil Tera Diwana and Ishq Rab Ki Dua.

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