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Neetu Singh movies. There was always a certain joy that Neetu Kapoor brought to her performances. Today, on her birthday, here's our list.
“Fighting fyt” reads Neetu Kapoor’s instagram bio, and rightly so for no other words can define this legendary actress better.
A bubbly performer, a dedicated loving wife and mother and a towering family woman, Neetu Kapoor has played many roles in her life with grace, dignity with that quintessential bright smile on her face.
A child actress who went on to become a charming leading lady, she was known throughout her career till she got married to Rishi, as Neetu Singh. Fans from that era still search for her movies as Neetu Singh movies.
Neetu Singh was the perfect girl next door in our movies, with her cheerful, bubbly demeanour. She is warm, relatable and has portrayed a wide acting range when given a chance beyond cute arm candy roles.
A woman with her own mind and identity, she chose to walk away from an illustrious movie career after marriage to dedicate herself to her family. She maintained her own identity despite being married into a family of the biggest superstars of India.
Neetu Singh movies, especially with her late husband Rishi Kapoor, invoke nostalgia and fondness for days gone by in so many of her fans. Though she was paired opposite her then boyfriend Rishi Kapoor in many movies in which they displayed an extraordinary chemistry, there are many Neetu Singh movies in which her male co-star has been someone else.
During her husband’s long illness she personified grace under fire and remains a solid, reliable port in the storm for her family members. Despite losing Rishi Kapoor to cancer, her partner of forty years, Neetu maintains her joie de vivre and is an inspiration to us all on how to deal with life, family and grief.
Today, Neetu Kapoor is not only a movie star but also a phoenix-like personality who has always risen to the occasion and transformed herself time and again to meet the challenges in her life head on. She is an inspiration to women on how to stay young at heart and embrace life fully and on your own terms.
On her 64th birthday today, we celebrate this special legend with a list of her best performances. Happy Birthday Neetu Kapoor, thank you for setting such a wonderful example teaching us how to live life with strength, positivity and how to roll with the punches with dignity and grace.
Here is our list of Neetu Singh movies that are a must watch for any fan, old or young.
She was just a cute child star when Neetu, (known as Baby Sonia back then) charmed us with her big sincere, expressive eyes in this double role playing twin sisters Ganga and Jamuna. The child actress displayed amazing range early on, a glimpse into greater things to come.
Watch on: YouTube
This high jinx teen drama about three college kids playing a prank on a jeweller gone terribly wrong is still remembered for Neetu and Rishi Kapoor’s crackling chemistry on screen, (the plot is not bad either) Don’t miss the iconic R.D Burman song Ek Main Aur Ek Tu that made us fall in love with the couple in their early days together. Chemistry like theirs is hard to find in movies these days.
In this Yash Chopra’s poetic tale about relationships and heartbreak, Neetu sensitively portrays a young daughter looking for her biological mother while battling her own conflicted feelings about family, love and relationships. Don’t miss this compelling atmospheric classic; where Neetu Singh shows off her amazing range navigating the movie’s many twists and turns.
Watch on: Amazon Prime
Priayatama is a comedy, drama and romance all rolled into one where Neetu Kapoor nails the role of a young woman trying to adjust to the demands of newly married life.
Watch on: Zee5
Although she has a smaller role in this one, Neetu Kapoor still makes a charming impact playing Dr. Salma Ali opposite Rishi Kapoor. Don’t miss this hilarious Indian classic by Manmohan Desai about three brothers separated at birth united after many years.
Watch on: Voot and YouTube
This iconic movie is about the fragile bonds of marriage and how easily one can be led astray if the relationship is not nurtured. One sees a new more mature facet of the Neetu-Rishi chemistry in this one where she sensitively plays the role of the neglected wife. Her quiet indignation at a straying husband is riveting to watch.
Neetu stands out in her own right in this intense coal mining disaster multi starrer by Yash Chopra. She plays a cheerful yet ultimately ill fated bangle seller Channo who sells dreams and colourful bangles to the people of her small coal mining town.
Here she plays Komal, a no nonsense character who is in charge of grooming Kishan, a country bumpkin with singing aspirations (played by Amitabh Bachchan) to turn him into a performer and a gentleman.
Watch on: YouTube, MxPlayer
Here again, Neetu Kapoor shows off her range beyond arm candy roles. She plays a tough yet vulnerable petty thief struggling to turn a new leaf in this 1982 Jyoti Swaroop drama.
Watch on: YouTube, Google Play Movies & Tv
Her first movie in almost a 30 year hiatus about the funny trials and tribulations of a middle class family trying to buy a new car. She brilliantly portrays the dreams and aspirations of a Delhi housewife, it is as if she never stopped acting.
Watch on: Netflix
An emotional tale about divorce and the fragility of relationships. Here Neetu Kapoor plays Geeta, a married woman who realises her marriage might be under threat and deals with sensitivity and poise.
In theatres now.
Are there any other Neetu Singh movies that are your favourites? Do let us know.
Happy birthday, Neetu Kapoor!
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