Anupam Kher, who is close friends with Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor is currently in New York where he also recently released his autobiography at Consulate General of India. Anupam Kher was thrilled to have Rishi and Neetu Kapoor present at the launch. Rishi Kapoor has been in New York for quite some time now and is undergoing treatment for cancer. The three are often spotted together as they meet up for dinners and outings while in New York.
Anupam Kher often takes to his social media handle to share glimpses of his life with his fans and has recently shared an interesting video! In the video ,we can see Anupam Kher who is joined by Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor as they take a drive in a yellow cab on the streets of Manhattan, New York.They took the video on the way back home after having dinner at chef Vikas Khanna’s residence. Looks like their Bangladeshi cab driver had no idea who they were and Anupam Kher is seen conversing with him. The trio looked like they enjoyed a good time and we can see Anupam Kher and Neetu Singh helping the driver to pronounce the name of his play ‘Kuch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai.’He captioned the post as, “After a most delicious dinner at our friend, producer/director and one of the best chefs @vikaskhannagroup’s house #RishiKapoor, @neetu54 and I decided to take a yellow cab. At the end of the journey we almost fought like kids for who will pay the taxi fare. Bangladeshi cab driver had no clue who were in his car! 🤣😂😳 Can you imagine this happening in India? 🙏😍#LivingLifeKINGSIZE. #KuchBhiHoSaktaHai #SmallJoysOfLife." Take a look at the hearty video here:
Rishi Kapoor was declared cancer free a few months ago, but is still undergoing treatment in New York. During Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor’s stay in New York, they were visited by many Bollywood celebrities, including Anupam Kher. The couple also visited Anupam Kher at his house in the city.
Image Source: Instagram/anupamkher
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