Shortly after Amitabh Bachchan’s tweet, messages pour in to mourn the disappearance of Rishi Kapoor.
One fan wrote, “OMG ye kya ho raha hai. While another wrote, “After Irrfan Khan, now Rishi Kapoor Broken Heart. Dear God, are you making a movie up there … please build a Parliament. “
OMG ye kya ho raha hai
– AJ Fan (@iamajfan) April 30, 2020
After Irrfan Khan, now Rishi Kapoor
Dear God, are you making a film up there .. build a Parliament.
– Stay at home, stay safe! (@BhavnoorSB) April 30, 2020
See more fan feedback below:
Shocking Shocking Amazing#TEAR
– ishika Singh (@ singhishika075) April 30, 2020
Sad. One of the best actors and a gentleman. Om Shanti.
– PopcornMSM (@popcornmsm) April 30, 2020
Is it really true … tell me it’s a lie
– Someone special (@ Someone35070348) April 30, 2020
Oh no, this is bad news, a bad year ..
Truly disgusting year
I just hate 2020 #RipRishiKapoor
– @prititrivedi (@trivedipriti_) April 30, 2020
No plzzzz pic.twitter.com/u3e5kWcmiR
– Amit Thackeray (@AmitThackray) April 30, 2020
Oh my god why all this sad news … rest in peace chintu sir
– Robin Jaisi (@RJaisi) April 30, 2020
Rishi Kapoor was admitted to HN Reliance Hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday morning. Her brother Randhir Kapoor confirmed the news, but said Rishi’s condition was stable.
The actor was hospitalized in Delhi in February after complaining of breathing problems due to pollution. He was diagnosed with cancer in 2018 and traveled to New York for treatment. In 2019, he returned with his wife Neetu Singh and was spotted at various public events.
The news of Rishi Kapoor’s death is the second shock in two days for Bollywood. On Wednesday, the industry lost another talented player, Irrfan.
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