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National Award-winner Rajat Kapoor, who has made films like Mithya (2008), Nothing Like Lear (2011), Fatso (2012) among others, is once again donning the director's hat, and acting in, an upcoming film, Ankhon Dekhi.

Rajat Kapoor moved from Delhi to Mumbai almost three decades ago, but the film and theatre actor hasn???t been able to bid adieu to the charm that the Capital exudes.??

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Film direction has turned out to be the ultimate destination for actors looking to exercise their creativity, with several Bollywood stars choosing to go behind the camera lately.

It is an understatement that mainstream Hindi cinema is eating up the market for independent content, says actor-filmmaker Rajat Kapoor.

There is no part of filmmaking that actor Rajat Kapoor doesn't enjoy except for one - looking for money.

With bigger budgets and more money being pumped in films, many would feel that the Indian film industry has grown ten-fold.

Look who we spotted at an eatery in Janpath a few days back! Actor-filmamker Rajat Kapoor was in Delhi, devouring good food over lunch.

Director Rajat Kapoor has sent an letter to social activist Anna Hazare and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, inviting them to watch his upcoming film, Ankhon Dekhi.

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