17 Facts About Aditya Roy Kapur


Aditya Roy Kapur was born on 16 November 1985 and is an Indian actor who works predominantly in Hindi films.


Aditya Roy Kapur made his acting debut in 2009 with the drama film London Dreams.


Aditya Roy Kapur's grandfather, Raghupat Roy Kapur, was a film producer in the early 1940s.


Kapur is the youngest of the three siblings; his eldest brother, Siddharth Roy Kapur, was the chief executive officer of UTV Motion Pictures and is married to the actress, Vidya Balan.


Aditya Roy Kapur's second elder brother, Kunaal Roy Kapur, is an actor.


Aditya Roy Kapur did his schooling from G D Somani Memorial School, in Cuffe Parade, Mumbai, where all his siblings studied and his mother directed school plays.


Aditya Roy Kapur enrolled in St Xavier's in Class XI, but failed.


Aditya Roy Kapur had to enroll in St Andrew's College to avoid losing a year.


Aditya Roy Kapur was initially a VJ on the music channel Channel V India, where his comic timing and "unique style of hosting" was appreciated.


Aditya Roy Kapur starred in a show titled Pakao and hosted the popular show, India's Hottest with VJ Bruna Abdullah till 2008.


Aditya Roy Kapur made his Hindi film debut with a supporting role in the 2009 musical drama London Dreams starring Salman Khan, Ajay Devgn and Asin Thottumkal.


In 2013, Aditya Roy Kapur found his breakthrough role as Rahul Jaykar in the romantic musical Aashiqui 2 co-starring Shraddha Kapoor.


In 2016, Aditya Roy Kapur starred as Noor Nizami in the romantic drama film Fitoor alongside Katrina Kaif and Tabu based on Charles Dickens' 1861 novel Great Expectations.


Aditya Roy Kapur made cameo appearances in films Dear Zindagi and Welcome To New York.


In 2019, Aditya Roy Kapur starred as Adavit Thakur in the romantic action thriller Malang alongside Disha Patani.


In 2023, Aditya Roy Kapur starred in The Night Manager, a remake of the British television series of the same name, playing the part originally played by Tom Hiddleston.


Aditya Roy Kapur is frequently featured in the Times of India's Most Desirable Men list rank at No 28 in 2018 No 11 in 2019 and No 3 in 2020.