Rishi Kapoor Passes Away: Veteran Was A Twitter Star Who Kept His Followers Hooked To This Social Media Game

Rishi Kapoor, who passed away this morning, always knew how to keep his followers hooked with his witty social media game on point.

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Rishi Kapoor Passes Away: Veteran Was A Twitter Star Who Kept His Followers Hooked To This Social Media Game
Rishi Kapoor would often make headlines for his quirky chit-chat with paps, his infamous Tweets and many other things. The actor, who was diagnosed with Leukemia in 2018, had flown down to New York for the medical treatment. Even for staying in a foreign land for 11 odd months, Rishi Kapoor never missed out on any event happening in India. Go through his Twitter page, you’ll get a fair idea what are we talking about. Whatsoever was happening in India, during those 11 months, he made sure to keep his social media followers updated about the daily happenings.

This morning at 8:45 AM, the veteran actor left for heavenly abode. He was 67 and is survived with wife Neetu Kapoor and children Ranbir Kapoor and Riddhima Kapoor Sahni. Known for his wit, Rishi Kapoor had a warning in his Twitter. He clearly stated no messing up with him else you’ll be blocked. His Twitter bio reads, “I do not think people are understanding. Any joke, barb,  comment on my life style, that will make me block you. Now up to you!”

The actor had many a time courted controversy because of his controversial Tweets. While few liked him and a few hated him, but nobody could clearly ignore him. He recently courted controversy when he tweeted about emergency and he had also shared a funny video of a man watching a song on the laptop. He had called it technical Mujra. In clear words, his Twitter timeline was LIT.

Rishi Kapoor was admitted to hospital, last night. Randhir Kapoor had spoken to media and revealed that the actor was unable to speak. A while back, we told you Rishi Kapoor’s cremation will take place at the Chandanwadi crematorium. (ALSO READ: Rishi Kapoor Death: Actor's Funeral To Be Held At The Chandanwadi Crematorium- EXCLUSIVE)

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