Born in 1949 July 28th, sixty-seven-year-old Kishore Namit Kapoor is a veteran Hindi film artist. As a child artist, Kishore joined All India Radio, and in 1962, when Doordarshan started to air plays,
Kishore Namit Kapoor was one of the young junior artists. He featured in the teleplays that used to telecast every week. Kishore studied in 1964 at K. M. College, Delhi which has famous alumni such as
, etc. Later after completing his bachelor's there he entered Abyaan, a noted theater group in Delhi at that time and started acting in various roles in plays under the direction of
. After getting little experience through the plays, Kishore Namit Kapoor completed Masters in Philosophy at Hindu College, Delhi. While he was studying there, Kishore participated in many drama plays. He did not stop himself from learning more as Namit Kapoor joined Film and Television Institute of India to study a course on acting and screenplay. With this, he went to Mumbai to start his career in Bollywood.
In 1973 Kishore Namit Kapoor acted in the movie “Aakrant” a horror thriller which brought him so many accolades. During his life in the movies between 1973 to 1991, Namit acted in almost twenty-five pictures where every movie is a mirror for his acting skills. Not only he worked as the main hero, but also in multi starrer movies along with Amitabh Bachchan and
in “Farar” released in 1975 and also shared a screen with
” released in 1981. “Sweekar”, “Sun Sajna” and “Ashanti” are few pictures that made Kishore Kapoor an acclaimed artist. He is not only an actor but also a film acting trainer and an author. For the picture column “Dharma Yug”,
Namit used to write full-length articles and published them Times of India. In his mid-life, Kishore Namit Kapoor retired from his flourishing movie career and began a film school; “Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Institute” to train the actors. In 1996 while his school was in highest position,
Namit got an invitation from
to teach acting skills for six months. In his institute, Kishore had trained so many great actors and actresses such as Kareena Kapoor,
, etc. Kishore is a multi-talented human being, and he wrote three books too with the titles “You are the Instrument, You are the Player,” “Diction ki Dictionary” and “An Actor Portrays” where penned all his experiences and opinions about acting and films.