Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor leaves behind millions of numb eyes as he moves heavenly abode on Thursday morning. He took his last breath at HN Reliance hospital in Mumbai. He had a passion for acting and for the same reason, he still had hand full of films. With his sudden demise, the fate of these films is in dark.
Late legend Rishi Kapoor was presently shooting for the film Sharmaji Namkeen with Juhi Chawla. Hitesh Bhatia was the director of the film. As Rishi Kapoor departs, the fate of the film is not known.
Another film, Hindi remake of ‘The Intern’ opposite Deepika Padukone was announced in February 2020. Rishi Kapoor was excited for the film and he described it as a relevant for the present-day Indian workplace milieu. Film was slated for 2021 release.
Moving on to yet another journey with the Indian adaptation of #TheIntern with @deepikapadukone ! Produced by @SunirKheterpal and #DeepikaPadukone for @iAmAzure & @_KaProductions in collaboration with @warnerbrosindia @DenzD pic.twitter.com/wuPq8caN4H
— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) January 27, 2020
Rishi Kapoor had an extraordinary Bollywood career. He took the legacy of Bollywood’s first ‘Kapoor Khandaan’ forward.
Rishi Kapoor eventually made over 140 films in his 50-year career. Rishi Kapoor’s choice of roles spanned romance, comedy, dramas and thrillers. As a result, he worked in films as diverse as Laila Majnu, Karz, Prem Rog, Saagar, Nagina, Honeymoon, Chandni, Heena, Bol Radha Bol, and Yeh Vaada Raha, all of which did well at the box office.