Puttanna Kanagal remade his Kannada film Naagarahaavu (1972), and paired Kapoor and Singh together for the first time: they played lovers Arjun and Margaret in a society unwilling to accept inter-community relationships like theirs.
The couple starred alongside Rakesh Roshan in this Ravi Tandon-helmed comic thriller about college students whose truancy leads to dangerous consequences. The film is also remembered for the songs "Ek Main Aur Ek Tu" and "Khullam Khulla Pyaar Karenge".
Kapoor and Singh played lovers in this dramatic story of a father (Pran) and his preference for one son (Rajesh Leher) over the other (Kapoor) directed by Sikandar Khanna.
Yash Chopra directed Kapoor and Singh in his multi-starrer romantic saga featuring two generations, their lives, and heartbreaks.
Kapoor starred as Akbar, a qawwali singer, and Singh as Dr. Salma in Manmohan Desai's masala potboiler.
The couple played the Saxenas – Karan and Timsy – in the Ramesh Talwar-directed romantic drama.
The Habib Faisal family drama was promoted with the tagline "Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor Back After 30 Years" and became a surprise success, with the actors playing a middle-aged couple – Santosh and Kusum Duggal – who grapple with growing children, expenses, and dream of owning a car.
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