Anupam Kher Shares Video Of Rishi Kapoor's Last Cab Ride In New York Before Returned To India; Pens A Heartbreaking Note

    Anupam Kher Shares Video Of Rishi Kapoor's Last Cab Ride In New York Before Returned To India; Pens A Heartbreaking Note

    Anupam Kher Shares Video Of Rishi Kapoor's Last Cab Ride

    Anupam Kher Shares Video Of Rishi Kapoor's Last Cab Ride In New York Before Returned To India; Pens A Heartbreaking Note

    Rishi Kapoor who was famously known as the Bollywood heartthrob breathed his last in Mumbai today. The actor was 67 and had been battling leukemia for the past two years undergoing treatment in U.S.A and India. The Bollywood star’s death is being mourned by millions including friends, family, and fans.

    The veteran star has spent a year in New York for his treatment and had received many Bollywood celebs at his house there who dropped by to check up on his. The closest to him, however, was Anupam Kher who was always by his side as he continued to for his TV series there.



    Anupam and Rishi spent a lot of time together and today as he died Anupam Kher couldn’t be more heartbroken. Sharing their last video from yellow cab stuck the New York traffic Anupam reminisced Rishi liveliness. Sitting in the backseat of the cab with wife Neetu Kapoor , Rishi who was soon returning to India cheerily says ‘Hello, hello hello’ as the camera turns towards him.

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    I am just completely numb with the shock of my dearest friend, co-actor of many movies & a wonderful person's passing away. #RishiKapoor से ज़्यादा ज़िंदादिल, बेबाक़,ज़ोर ज़ोर से ठहाके लगाने वाला,एक बच्चे जैसी जिज्ञासा रखने वाला मैंने अपनी ज़िंदगी में कभी नहीं देखा।और न ही कभी देखूंगा।भगवान ने उनका साँचा बनाकर तोड़ दिया था।दुख इतना गहरा है, आँसू निकल ही नहीं रहे।New York में उनके साथ का ये आख़िरी वीडियो उनकी खुश मिज़ाजी का एक जीता जागता सबूत है। चिंटू जी आप तो हमेशा हमारे साथ ही रहोगे।Hello!Hello!Hello! ओम शान्ति। ?

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    Rishi had returned to India in September 2019 after being declared cancer-free. Sadly he relapsed and recently was admitted to the hospital after he complained of breathing difficulties.

    His death is a monumental loss to the industry.