This was posted on Twitter:
Mr Kapoor shared the tweet and added:
The original postee clarified that they were in a queue inside a hotel lobby and it was "in no way representative of the pain that DeMonetisation is."
The celeb photo opp aside, that picture was in no way representative of the pain that #DeMonetisation is. We were in a goddamn 5 star hotel.? Apoorva M. (@apoorva_m1) December 1, 2016
In November, actor-filmmaker Ravi Babu was spotted with a piglet, who has a pivotal role in his film Adhugo, in an ATM queue, waiting to withdraw cash from a bank in Hyderabad. "Wherever I go these days, I take the piglet along. I can't leave him at home because there's nobody to take care. I had to withdraw cash from the bank, so I decided to take the piglet with me. Although people were a little surprised to see it, nobody made a fuss out of it," Ravi Babu told news agency IANS.
Actress Vidya Balan told NDTV that she was spared having to queue up as she is busy promoting her upcoming film Kahaani 2 and the production team dealt with the cash availability on her behalf. "I didn't have to do that. I've been promoting my film and the production team takes care of everything," Vidya, 38, told us in New Delhi on Wednesday.
Anil Kapoor starred in 2015 films Dil Dhadakne Do and Welcome Back, both of which fared well at the box office. The actor hasn't featured in any movie this year. However, we did watch him on the small screen in 24 season 2. Anil Kapoor is currently filming Mubarakan, co-starring his nephew Arjun Kapoor and actresses Ileana D'Cruz and Athiya Shetty.
2016 was a big year for the actor as his son Harshvardhan Kapoor also made his Bollywood debut this year in October in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's Mirzya. The film also starred newcomer Saiyami Kher.