Shashi Kapoor's son Kunal said that there is no plan to make a documentary or write a biography chronicling the life of the veteran actor.
Mr Kapoor, who recently received the Dadasaheb Phalke award, will be honoured at the ongoing International Film Festival of India (IFFI), where some of his biggest titles like Deewar, Junoon, In Custody, Shakespearwallah and Householder will be screened for cinema lovers.
Kunal, who attended the screening of the opening film Junoon, said his father does not want a biography or documentary to be made on him by anyone from the family.
"I had once asked him about a biography but he said that it may have some uncomfortable account which may hurt some people. He does not want that so, no one from our family is planning either biography of documentary at the moment. My son had made a short montage film for Dadasaheb Phalke felicitation event but that never got screened there," Kunal said. (Also Read: It'll be a Shashi Kapoor Films' Utsav at IFFI 2015)
The Shashi Kapoor Retrospective section at IFFI will also screen the actor's other notable films like New Delhi Times and Kalyug.