Bollywood’s famous actor Rishi Kapoor died on Thursday. He was 67. Rishi Kapoor was fighting a battle with leukemia (cancer of blood) since 2018. On Wednesday, after recovering from illness, he received H.N. Was admitted to Reliance Hospital. Rishi’s sister Ritu Nanda died about three months ago due to cancer. Amitabh Bachchan tweeted the information about the death of Rishi Kapoor Death. Meanwhile, a video of his hospital is becoming very viral on social media. In this video, a person is sitting near him and is singing and receiving his blessings.
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One of the medical personnel made this video where #RishiKapoor gave out this beautiful message out to all of us #rip 🤲🙏
This video of Rishi Kapoor can be seen that a person is sitting near him and his superhit song is singing the song ‘Tere dil se dard aad raada’. Pleased with the person’s song, Rishi Kapoor is seen speaking in the video: “My blessings are with you. Work hard. Make progress. Everything is achieved by hard work. If you put more effort and a little luck, you will get success. It Tie the knot. ” This video of Rishi Kapoor has been shared by celebrity photographer Viral Bhayani. This video is becoming very viral on social media. Seeing this video, it can be guessed that how Rishi Kapoor was encouraging people in the hospital too.
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 in 1973 was ‘Bobby’, which was a big hit. After this, he did many romantic films for nearly three decades. Her performances in many films like ‘Laila Majnu’, ‘Rafu Chakkar’, ‘Karj’, ‘Chandni’, ‘Hina’, ‘Sagar’ were appreciated. He was quite satisfied with his second innings as an actor. During this, he appeared in ‘Do Dooni Chaar’ along with his wife. At the same time, by acting in ‘Agneepath’, ‘Kapoor and Sons’, ‘102 Not Out’, he once again showed how much more he can contribute as an actor right now.