Remembering Rishi through Pics – A Veteran Actor we all will miss

Rishi Kapoor (4 September 1952 – 30 April 2020)

Rishi Kapoor was a versatile and veteran actor in the Bollywood who we lost in 2020 during the Covid-19 Pandemic Lockdown.

A lot of people were saddened and unhappy when the news spread that the legend is no more with us and passed away in the morning.

He was a very popular and evergreen actor who kept us entertaining for decades throughout his life. Right from his first film “Bobby”.

As he was born in ‘Kapoor’s family he made his debut in Hindi cinema by playing a child role in his father’s movie-“Mera Naam Joker” released in 1970 which was a big hit, and he also won a national award for best child artist. Here are some of the best pics of Rishi Kapoor that will be remembered for a very long time.

1. Hum Kisise Kum Naheen (1977)

Rishi Kapoor from the Movie: “Hum Kisi se kam Nahi”

2. AAP Ke Deewane (1980)

Rishi Kapoor from the Movie: “Aapke Deewane”

3. Amar Akbar Anthony (1977)

Rishi Kapoor from the Movie: “Amar Akbar Anthony”

4. Naseeb (1981)

Rishi Kapoor from the Movie: “Naseeb”

5. Nagina (1986)

Rishi Kapoor from the Movie: “Nagina”

6. Saagar (1985)

Rishi Kapoor from the Movie: “Saagar”

7. Yeh Vaada Raha (1982)

Rishi Kapoor from the Movie: “Yeh Vada Raha”

8. Karz (1980)

Rishi Kapoor from the Movie: “Karz”

9. Bobby(1973)

Rishi Kapoor from the Movie: “Karz”

10. Honourable mentions from Rishi Kapoors Instagram account

Rishi Kapoor with Neetu Singh

“Rishi Kapoor” movies were always a hit not only in the ’90s but also in 2018’s many of his films were a hit.

He is an idol to many strugglers and young generation candidates who are in the film industry (Bollywood) trying to make their career. They used to adore him and try to learn skills and techniques from him while acting.

Many actors and co-actors used to have a chat with him while shooting, and share their experience and use to learn new skills from him as he belongs to the Kapoor family, who already existed from the beginning of this industry.

Acting is in their bloodline and experience shared by him to all young actors and strugglers in Bollywood is nothing short of gold dust.

Our dear Rishi Kapoor passed away at 08.58 am peaceful, a message from Kapoor family stated he was suffering from leukemia for the past 2 years and was battling with it since 2018.

He was diagnosed with a type of blood cancer and for a long time, he was in “New York” for his treatment and medication.

At last, he gave up and slept forever, leaving a footprint in Bollywood of a great versatile actor who never can be born again


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