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Though Anil Kapoor turned 63, the ever-young actor threw a birthday party like that of a 21-year-old on Tuesday.

Actor's wife Sunita Kapoor and daughter Sonam Kapoor shared pictures from their vacation in London where the actor's family had gone to celebrate his birthday.

Sonam Kapoor through her Instagram story shared pictures from the menu of Anil's birthday bash, which read, 'Anil Kapoor's 21st birthday' and had dishes on his name.

The ever-stylish actor also shared a childhood picture of her father wishing him 'Happy 21st'.

"To the most inspiring, understanding, the most youthful person in the family. Thank you Dad for being my constant support system and my pillar of strength. I love you so much for everything that you do for us and all that you are. Happy 21st," Kapoor captioned the post.

Kapoor's wife shared a picture of his husband having wine and penned a heartfelt post.

"My day is not complete if I don't tell you how much I love you .. Happy birthday, Husband..Grateful to be sharing this life with you," she captioned the picture.

Besides the Kapoor family, Dhak Dhak girl, Madhuri Dixit Nene who shares a very special bond with Kapoor took to Twitter to wish the actor on his birth anniversary.

"To one of the most disciplined people I have met, time seems to stand still, even as another year has passed. Very happy birthday and many happy returns to the original iron man! @AnilKapoor," Nene also shared a picture of the two stars with the tweet.

Other actors who took to their social media to wish the actor are Raj Kumar Rao, Kirti Kharbhanda and Disha Patani.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Tue, December 24 2019. 19:41 IST
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