Rishi Kapoor, a beloved icon of Bollywood, left a lasting legacy in the world of Indian cinema when he passed away in April 2020. His departure created a profound sense of loss not only among his family and friends but also among his countless fans and the entire film industry. Today, on the 4th of September, which marks Rishi Kapoor’s birth anniversary, his absence is deeply felt by his loved ones.
Rishi Kapoor ji is remembered by his friends & Family, take a look at their loving posts
Kareena Kapoor Khan remembers her uncle
Rishi Kapoor was Kareena Kapoor’s uncle. He was the younger brother of Kareena’s father, Randhir Kapoor. This made Rishi Kapoor Kareena Kapoor’s paternal uncle. The actress shared a sweet post for her uncle.
Riddhima Kapoor misses her father
Riddhima Kapoor Sahni is the daughter of the late Rishi Kapoor and his wife, Neetu Kapoor. She is a member of the famous Kapoor family, which has a rich legacy in the Indian film industry. Riddhima Kapoor Sahni is not an actress like some of her family members but has her own ventures and interests.
She also shared a video which shows some iconic glimpses of her father.
Alia Bhatt shares a heartfelt post in the memory of her father-in-law
Alia Bhatt is the daughter-in-law of Rishi ji. Though he passed away before she married Ranbir, his blessings always shine bright upon the couple.
Sanjay Dutt shares a loving photo
Sanjay Dutt and Rishi Kapoor, Bollywood stalwarts, appeared together in several films. Some notable ones include “Duniya” (1984), “Sahibaan” (1993), “Agneepath” (2012), “Chal Mere Bhai” (2000), “Do Dilon Ki Dastaan” (1985) and more.
Throughout his illustrious career, Rishi Kapoor delivered numerous memorable performances in Hindi cinema. He was known for his versatility as an actor, transitioning effortlessly from romantic roles to comedic characters and even intense dramatic roles. Some of his most iconic films include “Bobby,” “Amar Akbar Anthony,” “Kabhie Kabhie,” “Chandni,” and “Kapoor & Sons,” among many others.
Rishi Kapoor’s final film appearance was in “Sharmaji Namkeen,” a heartwarming comedy-drama. Unfortunately, he passed away during the film’s production, and the role was completed using advanced CGI technology and a body double. This film was released posthumously and served as a touching tribute to his illustrious career.
As we remember Rishi Kapoor on his birth anniversary, his contribution to Indian cinema and the joy he brought to audiences through his performances continue to be celebrated and cherished by fans and the film fraternity alike.