On the 33rd death anniversary of Bollywood’s veteran actor, director, producer Raj Kapoor, Neetu Kapoor fondly remembered him, and shared a throwback video on her Instagram account. Raj Kapoor, considered the greatest showman in the history of Indian cinema and entertainment, passed away in 1988. Now, on his death anniversary, Neetu Kapoor posted an old video of her late father-in-law. Meanwhile, Neetu Kapoor’s daughter Riddhima Kapoor Sahni took to her social media to share a lovely childhood picture with Raj Kapoor.
Neetu Kapoor posted a video clip of an old interview of Raj Kapoor, wherein the legend talked about life, his regrets, and his passion for work. In the interview, Raj Kapoor had talked about regrets, and success. He can be heard saying in the video, “This is a house of heartbreaks. If you’re a success, your heart will break when people you love try to pull you down. And if you’re a failure, nobody will let you live. But if you can go through it, go on with the struggle, perhaps one day you might feel that it was well worth going through the house of heartbreaks.” Sharing the video, Neetu Kapoor wrote, “Miss you,” followed by folded hand emoji.
Meanwhile, Riddhima Kapoor Sahni shared an old picture of Raj Kapoor sitting with his grandkids Riddhima, Karisma and Kareena Kapoor. Take a look:
Meanwhile, a few days ago, Neetu Kapoor had talked about the ‘circle of life’ in her post as she posted two pictures- one showed Riddhima’s daughter Samara sitting in Rishi Kapoor’s lap, while another picture showed little Riddhima sitting in her grandpa Raj Kapoor’s lap. Sharing the two pictures, Neetu Kapoor wrote, “Grandfather’s loving lap @riddhimakapoorsahniofficial #circleoflife #comforting #love.” ALSO READ: Kareena Kapoor Khan And Karisma Kapoor Treat Fans With A Rare Throwback Picture Of Their Beloved 'Dada And Dadi' Raj Kapoor And Krishna Kapoor
Image Source: Instagram/riddhimakapoorsahniofficial, SpotboyE Archive
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