After RK Studio Fire, Rishi Kapoor Promises To Make A State-Of-The-Art Studio

The fire at the popular RK Studio has definitely hurt Rishi Kapoor a lot. In a series of tweets, he expressed his sadness over the loss, and later took to share some before and after pics of the iconic studio

Rishi Kapoor is definitely deeply saddened by the fire that destroyed a huge chunk of RK Studio built by his father Raj Kapoor in 1948. Rishi now took to social media to share before and after pics of the burnt-to-ashes RK Studio, and promised that he would definitely come up and build a state-of-the-art studio pretty soon.

Rishi's tweet read: "1950.RK Studios stage No:1 being readied for Dusserah inauguration with the film Awara. Dream sequence was to be shot (sic)."

Rishi's tweet read: "2017 September 16th. Gutted by a devastating inferno. Scars shall remain but will build a state of the art studio (sic)."

Rishi Kapoor had earlier expressed his grief over the loss in multiple tweets. “Sad. A major fire broke out at RK Studios. We have lost the iconic Stage 1. Thankfully, no casualties nor injuries. All your concerns appreciated,” he posted. “A Studio can be built again but the loss of the irreplaceable memorabilia and costumes of all RK Films, is tragic for all. Fire took it away,” read another tweet.

For those who don't know, some of the most iconic films of Bollywood have been shot in the RK Studio. Films like Raj Kapoor and Nargis’ Awara, Aag, Barsaat, Shri 420, Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai, Mera Naam Joker and Bobby were shot inside the studio.

Ranbir Kapoor had also once said that he was planning to reinvent the RK Studios in a huge way. Guess, the father-son duo might just have a window of opportunity here.

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