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Bollywood actor, Ranbir Kapoor revealed in his latest appearance on his cousin, Kareena Kapoor Khan's show, that he was bullied in his school days. For those who don't know, Ranbir Kapoor is the son of the late Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor. Both of the veteran stars have seen humongous stardom. While Ranbir shares a beautiful bond with his mother, Neetu, he has a troubled relationship with his father, Rishi. However, the father-son duo had sought out their differences.
Recently, Ranbir appeared on Kareena's show, What Women Want, wherein he bared his heart out and talked about his personal life and parenting journey. However, he shocked everyone when he recalled his school days and said he got bullied. Kareena was surprised by the statement and asked why he got bullied. To this, Ranbir said:
"Sometimes, you know, being an actor's son, your seniors sometimes bully you because you are a soft target. I think somewhere that also kind of hardens you. It prepares you for the world. I think it was a blessing only. I don't see it as 'Oh, I'm tormented by the fact that I was bullied'. But, I was bullied in school for being an actor's son, for sure."
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After Ranbir Kapoor's father, Rishi Kapoor's sudden demise, the former got stronger and more humble. On April 30, 2020, Rishi Kapoor left for the heavenly abode without any final goodbyes. He had given a tough fight against cancer for two years. After his demise, his kids, Ranbir Kapoor and Riddhima Kapoor Sahni became a pillar of strength for their mother, Neetu Kapoor.
Now, we often see Ranbir re-creating his father's iconic dialogue to his famous songs as a tribute. For instance, during the promotional event of Ranbir's film, the actor had given tribute to his father. In a video, Ranbir talked about the time when his father Rishi Kapoor thought in India his movie won't work as no one watches VFX films. After this, Ranbir recreated his father, Rishi Kapoor's popular dialogue, 'Kya tumne kisi se pyaar kiya' from the film, Karz.
What do you think of Ranbir Kapoor's revelation of being bullied?
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