- Jeetendra celebrated his 77th birthday on Sunday
- Ekta Kapoor shared a video from inside his b'day party on Saturday night
- Jeetendra and Shobha Kapoor can be seen dancing in the video
Veteran actor Jeetendra's still got the moves! The actor, who turned 77 on Sunday, celebrated his birthday with a party on Saturday night. A video of Jeetendra dancing with his wife Shobha Kapoor at the party has been shared by the couple's daughter Ekta Kapoor on Twitter and it's crazy viral now. In the video, Jeetendra and Shobha Kapoor can be seen grooving to Jawani Janeman - an all-time favourite track from Eighties' film Namak Halaal. "Parents are gods on earth! May you live my years too! Happy birthday, papa," wrote the TV czarina on Twitter. Jawani Janeman originally featured Parveen Babi along with Amitabh Bachchan and Shashi Kapoor.
Take a look at Jeetendra and Shobha Kapoor dancing here.
Happie bday!! JAI MATA DI.... parents r GODS ON EARTH ! May u live my years too ! Happie bday papa pic.twitter.com/wDLVDByOsu— Ekta Kapoor (@ektaravikapoor) April 7, 2019
Jeetendra and Shobha Kapoor also grooved to Samne Yeh Kaun Aaya from 1972 film Jawani Diwani:
Jeetendra's birthday party was made special by Ekta Kapoor's friends from the TV industry. Spotted on the guest list were Anita Hassanandani, Mona Singh, Krystle D'Souza and Mushtaq Sheikh, who also shared adorable birthday posts for Jeetendra. "Happy birthday, Jeetu uncle may you always have that shining smile. Thank you Shobha Kapoor for such a lovely evening," wrote Mona while "Happy birthday, Jeetu uncle!! Such fan-girl moments I have around a legend like him," Instagrammed Krystle.
Jeetendra married Shobha Kapoor in 1974 and they are also parents to actor Tusshar Kapoor. Jeetendra is best known for his starring roles in films such as Jaani Dushman, Khushboo, Caravan, Parichay, Waris, Justice Chaudhry, Arpan and Khandaan among others. He was last seen in 2006 film Ho Jaata Hai Pyaar.
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