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Anil Kapoor Like You've Never Seen Him Before. See Throwback Pic

"Hard work, confidence and taqdeer will get you where conventional attitudes can't," wrote Anil Kapoor

Anil Kapoor Like You've Never Seen Him Before. See Throwback Pic

Anil Kapoor shared this throwback picture. (Image courtesy: AnilKapoor)

Highlights

  • Anil Kapoor posted a throwback picture on Twitter
  • "Small eyes, skinny arms, too much hair...Don't care," he wrote
  • Anil Kapoor was last seen in Total Dhamaal
New Delhi:

It is difficult to recognise Anil Kapoor sans his signature moustache in the throwback picture shared by the actor on his Twitter profile, on Tuesday. The 62-year-old actor, who has a treasure trove of throwback pictures, shared yet another one from his collection. In the photograph, a young Anil Kapoor can be seen dressed in a shirt and a pair of denims. The Naayak actor did not reveal when or where the picture was taken. However, he did add an interesting caption to his post. "Small eyes, skinny arms, too much hair...Don't care!" Anil Kapoor wrote. Anil Kapoor signed off the post with an inspirational note and he tweeted: "Hard work, confidence and taqdeer will get you where conventional attitudes can't."

Check out Anil Kapoor's throwback picture here:

The pages of Anil Kapoor's Instagram diary are filled with memories from the past. Earlier this year, the actor shared a priceless throwback picture from his childhood days. ICYMI, here's the post that we are talking about:

A love like no other! Happy Mother's Day Mom!

A post shared by anilskapoor (@anilskapoor) on

How can we forget the throwback picture, in which the actor talked about how the 1983 film Woh Saat Din changed his life. "I had been working ...Struggling to get that one defining chance that would change everything and Woh Saat Din was that chance! A life changing moment and role. Since then it's all been a dream come true! Till date I feel so blessed to be doing what I do," he tweeted.

On the professional front, Total Dhamaal remains Anil Kapoor's last film. He will next be seen in Malang, Pagalpanti and Takht.