Neetu Singh Kapoor reveals why she retired from Bollywood at the age of 20 (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Actress Neetu Singh Kapoor has revealed on ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ why she retired from Bollywood at a young age.

The mother-daughter duo of Neetu Singh Kapoor and Riddhima Kapoor Sahni will be the special guests and they will reveal the extraordinary moments of their lives.

In a candid conversation, when host Kapil asked Neetu about the maximum number of films she did between the 70s and the 80s, she replied: “Yes, I have done the maximum number of films between 1973 and 1980, around 70 to 80. I started at the age of 5 and got married at the age of 20. It was a long experience of 15 years of working.”

When Kapil asked Neetu if she wanted to do films first or get married, to which the actress revealed: “I had nothing against fame as I was a superstar because when I step out of my balcony So, about 300-400 people used to stand. And cheers baby Sonia. So being famous was not a big deal and then Rishi Kapoor came into my life who needed my time and due to which it was a bit chaotic to handle both films and Rishi, so I left films.

“As I wanted to relax because I worked for 15 years in which I used to study, shoot and much more. So, it was very busy in these 15 years of struggle. I got married at the age of 20 and got a Years later Riddhima was born so we are friends,” she concluded.

‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ airs on Sony Entertainment Television.

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