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Shammi Kapoor describes himself as Renaissance man, retired actor and computer buff on Twitter. The actor, who has entertained audiences over five decades, looks back at his time in front of the camera.

“I discovered Internet before you got Internet in India. I took it up as a hobby,” he said.

“I had a very dear friend Afzal in Pakistan. It shocked me completely when I received his email one day after 50 years,” he said. “The machine (computer) did another good to me. The moment the mouse came in my hand, the cigarette flew away permanently.”

He tells Trans World Features correspondent Sreya Basu what was the best part of being an actor is, and much more and that “The most wonderful thing about the films of my times was the innocence”

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via rediff

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