Rishi Kapoor Passess away: How had he lived his life with rumance?
Actor Rishi Kapoor, known for his romantic roles in Bollywood, has died at a Mumbai hospital. He was 67 years old and had leukemia.
Rishi Kapoor belonged to the famous Kapoor family of Bollywood and was the middle son of actor, filmmaker and director Raj Kapoor.
His elder brother Randhir Kapoor and Amitab Bachan has confirmed his death on social media.
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Rishi Kapoor was shifted to HN Reliance Hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday morning due to ill health.
He was rushed to a hospital where he was battling cancer and had difficulty breathing,” said his brother Randhir Kapoor.
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Rishi Kapoor returned to India in September 2019 after undergoing treatment in the United States for almost a year, after which he was hospitalized twice in early February due to ill health.
Rumantic Life of Rishi Kapoor in Bollywood:
He married the famous heroine of his time, Neto Singh, in 1980 and his son Ranbir Kapoor is also a leading actor in Bollywood at the moment. Apart from Ranbir, Rishi Kapoor also has a daughter Radhima.
Rishi Kapoor started his regular career in Bollywood in 1973 with the film ‘Bobby’ which was a superhit film. He had earlier acted as a child actor in successful films.
Interestingly, he had relationship with Madhuri and other famous actresses during his peak of the career.
Rishi Kapoor has acted as a hero in Hindi films for almost 20 years and in the 1980s and 1990s he made superhit films like Khar Khel, Karz and Chandni.
Later, Rishi Kapoor also did a lot of work as a supporting actor in films this decade.
Rishi Kapoor had worked with Imran Hashmi in his last film ‘The Body’. He had recently announced his new film on social media with Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone. The film was a Hindi remake of the Hollywood film The Intern.
A statement issued by the Kapoor family on his death said, “Our beloved Rishi Kapoor lost the battle with leukemia and passed away this morning. The doctors and medical staff said that they entertained us till the end.
“He was very funny and always cheerful during his treatment on two continents. His focus was on his family, friends, food and movies, and anyone who met him would be amazed at how bravely he was fighting his illness.
Two legends in one frame.
Rishi Kapoor and Irrfan Khan's picture from 'D-Day' makes me so emotional.
— Dr. Jayesh Thaker (@JThakers) April 30, 2020
The Kapoor family has also appealed to their friends and fans to abide by the ban and public law on public gatherings in India due to the ongoing lockdown due to Corona.
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“At this critical situation, we realize that the world is facing a crisis at the moment. There are restrictions on the movement of people and public gatherings. We urge all his fans to abide by all these rules at this time.
News of Rishi Kapoor’s death came the day after Bollywood actor Irfan Khan died of cancer. As soon as news of his death was received, there was a flurry of condolence messages on social media.