Kapoor family inaugurates a Chowk named after Surinder Kapoor in Mumbai, see pics

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On 6 February, Anil Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Boney Kapoor, Sanjay Kapoor and entire Kapoor family were spotted at the unveiling of ‘Surinder Kapoor chowk’ in Chembur, Mumbai.

Kapoor family inaugurates a Chowk named after Surinder Kapoor

The chowk has been named after late film producer Surinder Kapoor who is the father of Anil Kapoor, Boney Kapoor, Sanjay Kapoor and Reena Kapoor.

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Kapoor family inaugurates a Chowk named after Surinder Kapoor

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While Sonam shared pictures of the chowk and announced it’s unveiling, Arjun penned down a heartfelt post about the journey of his grandfather.

Arjun wrote, “He came to this city with my grandmother not knowing what the future holds for him. He was maybe an outsider to this industry but he carved his way thru from being an assistant in Mughal e azam to having his kids and grandchildren continue his production his legacy and his family name ahead… thank u to all the people of Chembur to make this chowk a reality… our family strives to entertain all of u because my grand father made his to this profession today we are privileged and yes we perhaps have a surname that is known but for our family it started in Mumbai with my grand father Surinder Kapoor.”

Sonam wrote, “At unveiling of the Chowk named for my grandfather SURINDER KAPOOR . With my amazing loving and mad family. Love you all.. missed some of you…”

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Surinder Kapoor was a veteran film producer known for his films like ‘Loafer’, ‘Judaai’ and ‘Pukar’. He has also served as the president of the Film and Television Producers Guild of India for a period of six years from 1995 to 2001. He passed away on 24 September 2011 following a cardiac arrest.