Alia Bhatt Reaches Hospital After Rishi Kapoor Death Video Viral

Alia Bhatt Reaches Hopital After Rishi Kapoor Death

On hearing the news of Rishi Kapoor’s death, Bollywood’s famous actress Alia Bhatt reached the hospital, where Rishi Kapoor was admitted.

Bollywood’s famous actor Rishi Kapoor left the world at the age of 67. The actor died in the morning after fighting a battle with leukemia for 2 years. On hearing the news of his death, Bollywood’s famous actress Alia Bhatt reached the hospital, where Rishi Kapoor was admitted. A video related to this is also becoming viral on social media, in which the actress is seen entering the hospital in her car. Please tell that Alia Bhatt and Rishi Kapoor have also worked together in the film Student of the Year and Kapoor and Sons. Apart from this, Alia Bhatt was often seen with the Kapoor family.

This video of Alia Bhatt has been shared by Viral Bhayani from his Instagram account which is making a lot of headlines. In the video, Alia Bhatt’s car is seen entering the hospital. Apart from this, a video of the hospital in which Rishi Kapoor was admitted, is also becoming very viral. Many people are also present outside the hospital. Please tell that Bollywood has received a severe blow due to the death of Rishi Kapoor. Along with Amitabh Bachchan, many actors like Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgan, Aamir Khan, Parineeti Chopra, Madhuri Dixit, and Rajinikanth tweeted the death of Rishi Kapoor.

Let me tell you that Rishi Kapoor made his debut in the Bollywood world with Raj Kapoor’s film ‘Mera Naam Joker’. Rishi Kapoor was also awarded the National Film Award for his debut role. After this, he was seen in the film ‘Bobby’, in which he played the lead role with Dimple Kapadia. Rishi Kapoor was awarded the Filmfare Best Actor Award for this film. Let me tell you that between 1973 and 2000, Rishi Kapoor played the role of the romantic actor in around 92 films, out of which 36 films were also a big hit at his box office. After 2000, Rishi Kapoor often started appearing in supporting roles.

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