Late actor Rishi Kapoor was a heartthrob of the yesteryears and continued to charm the younger audience too in his sixties. Known to have a sweet and sour rapport with the media, the actor though lost his cool on the media several times, but later made them understand the reason for his reaction on certain instances. After his almost year-long stay in the US for Cancer treatment, the actor on his return to India caught up with his close ones from the industry. One of the latest memories was the late actor’s attendance at Ekta Kapoor’s Diwali bash last year.
Initially scolding the paparazzi for making noise while asking him to pose as he exited Ekta Kapoor’s Diwali bash. He later makes them understand about the people residing in the vicinity might get disturbed and like always shall blame film stars for causing a ruckus. Later he asks the paps to maintain decorum, he also smiling says they are nothing without media and vice-versa. He is heard saying, “Inke Baghair Hum Nahi Jee Sakte, Humar Baghair Ye Nahi Jee Sakte.”
Later the actor is seen waiting for the car, asking paps to allow him to reach his car.
As per the latest update, the actor’s mortal remains have been laid to rest at Chandanwadi crematorium for cremation where the Kapoor family members have already arrived. Besides them seen are Abhishek Bachchan, Alia Bhatt, Ranbir's close friend and director Ayan Mukerji. ALSO READ: Rishi Kapoor Funeral: Veteran Actor Laid To Rest In The Presence Of Ranbir Kapoor, Neetu Kapoor, Kareena, Saif, Abhishek Bachchan And Others
Also unfortunately despite several attempts, the late actor’s daughter Riddhima Kapoor Sahni couldn’t make for her father’s last rites from Delhi amidst of the lockdown implemented with the outbreak of COVID-19. ALSO READ: Rishi Kapoor Demise: Daughter Riddhima Kapoor Writes With A Heavy Heart, ‘RIP My Strongest Warrior, Will Miss You Every Day’
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