Rishi Kapoor Dead: Actor dies at age 67 due to Leukemia

Rishi Kapoor Dead: Actor dies in Mumbai at age 67

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Renowned actor Rishi Kapoor died on Thursday in a hospital in Mumbai. He was 67. Kapoor had been battling cancer for a long time. On Wednesday, after recovering from illness, he received H.N. Was admitted to Reliance Hospital. He returned to India in September last year after undergoing treatment for cancer in the US. He was also hospitalized twice in February due to deteriorating health.

First of all, actor Amitabh Bachchan has given information about this by tweeting that Rishi Kapoor has passed away. Fans and stars have started paying tribute and mourning as soon as this tweet from Amitabh comes on social media. Amitabh Bachchan tweeted at 9:30 am today (April 30). Amitabh Bacchan wrote in his tweet, ‘He left .. Rishi Kapoor … He left. He passed away. I am broken. ‘

A condolence message issued by the family said that Rishi Kapoor was always happy and his desire to live life was sustained during his treatment in two different continents for two years. Friends, family, feeding, and movies, he used to live in them and everyone who met him during this time was surprised to see how he never let the disease like cancer ever dominate himself.

In the message issued after the demise on Thursday morning, it has also been said that the world is going through a very difficult and troublesome time at this time. There are all kinds of restrictions on the arrival and gathering of people. The people of Rishi Kapoor’s house want people to respect the law applicable at this time and do not rush into their last journey.

Rishi Kapoor made his film debut on the big screen as a child artist from his father Raj Kapoor’s film ‘Shree 420’. After this, he also appeared in the film ‘Mera Naam Joker’.His first film as a lead actor was ‘Bobby’ in 1973, which was a big hit. After this, he did many romantic films for nearly three decades. His performance in many films like Laila Majnu, Rafoo Chakkar, Karjat, Chandni, Hina, Sagar was appreciated.

rishi kapoor dead
Rishi Kapoor dead

Many leaders including Vice President, Prime Minister, Union Minister, Chief Minister of Delhi, Rahul Gandhi have expressed condolences on the sudden demise of the actor. Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said in his condolence message, ‘I am shocked at the sad news of the untimely demise of Rishi Kapoor, a renowned actor and senior actor of Hindi cinema. He mesmerized Indian audiences for decades with his versatile acting talent and immortalized those characters in our memory. He was a charismatic actor who had many generations of affection. True artists, through their work, always remain immortal in the minds of their fans.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed condolences to his family and fans on the death of the film actor. He wrote, ‘Rishi Kapoor ji was a multi-faceted, beloved and lively person. He was a powerhouse of talent. I will always remember my conversation with him on social media. He was enthusiastic about films and the progress of India. I am saddened by his demise. My condolences to his family and fans. om Shanti.’

Expressing grief over the death of Rishi Kapoor, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi wrote, ‘It is a useless week for Indian cinema in which another noted actor Rishi Kapoor passed away. An amazing actor who has many generations of fans will be missed. My condolences to his family, friends, and fans in this hour of grief.

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Condoling his death, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar wrote, ‘The sudden demise of actor Rishi Kapoor is shocking.He was not only a great actor but also a good person. My condolences to his family, friends, and fans. om Shanti.’

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal condoled the death of the actor. He said, ‘Deeply saddened by the sudden demise of actor Rishi Kapoor. He entertained many generations of Indians throughout his career. His departure is like a huge loss. My condolences to the bereaved family. May his soul rest in peace. ‘



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