Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor is celebrating his 67th birthday today and birthday wishes for the actor started pouring in right from the moment the clock struck twelve. Rishi Kapoor is currently in New York with his wife Neetu Kapoor as he is undergoing cancer treatment there. He has a huge following on social media and has given the Bollywood industry hit films like Bobby, Mera Naam Joker, Amar Akbar Anthony, Karz and many more. Apart from his fans and other celebs, his daughter and Ranbir Kapoor’s sister Riddhima Kapoor Saini also wished his father a happy birthday in the sweetest way!

Ridhhima Kapoor took to Instagram and shared a collage of Rishi Kapoor’s throwback pictures. She takes a trip down the memory lane and the five black and white pictures are all from significant moments. While one picture is from his childhood days and he can be seen with his father Raj Kapoor, another one is a still from his debut film Mera Naam Joker. Another picture shows Rishi Kapoor in the film Bobby. She captioned the picture as, “From my heart to you Papa, to the most special person! I love you #mydaddystrongest #birthdayeve#lovemydad.” She also posted another collage of family photos from the recent days and captioned it as “Happy happiest birthday Papa! I love you more than anything & am so so proud to call you my dad.” Take a look at the posts here:

Meanwhile, Rishi Kapoor took to his Twitter handle to thank his fans for their birthday wishes that started coming in from midnight even though his time is nine and a half hours behind India since he is away in New York. He wrote, “Thank you ever so much. Of course my time is nine and half hours behind India,I accept your greetings with all my love and humility.”

In other news, Rishi Kapoor revealed in a recent interview that they will be heading back to India in September.

Image Source:, Instagram/riddhimakapoorsahni, Twitter/chintskap
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