Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor handed away after battling Leukemia for 2 years. He breathed his final at a Mumbai hospital on April 30. The actor underwent therapy in New York and had returned to India final 12 months. The versatile actor was cremated at Chandanwadi crematorium within the presence of shut household and mates. One individual was unable to attend the funeral rites because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. She was Rishi and Neetu Kapoor’s daughter Riddhima Kapoor.
Unable to attend the funeral, Rishi Kapoor’s daughter, Riddhima Sahni took to social media to specific her grief. She was in Delhi when the funeral rites had been carried out on April 30. Right this moment the grieving daughter shared plenty of throwback household image.
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Within the image, we are able to see Rishi Kapoor posing with Neetu who’s holding up a toddler Ranbir Kapoor. Riddhima is snapped cutely posing for the digital camera.
Her husband Bharat Sahni too did the identical in remembrance of Kapoor senior.
Riddhima reached Mumbai on Saturday night time and attended the ultimate prayer meet held for her father at Banganga tank the place the actor’s ashes had been immersed on Sunday.
On Monday, Neetu wrote a message of thanks for the medical doctors who handled Rishi. She wrote, “As a household now we have a deep sense of loss.. once we sit collectively and look again on the previous few months what we additionally really feel is immense gratitude – gratitude in direction of the medical doctors at HN reliance hospital! The entire group of medical doctors, brothers and nurses headed by Dr Tarang Gianchandani handled my husband like he was their very own – they suggested us like we had been their very own.. and for all that and extra I thank them from the underside of my coronary heart.”
Ranbir Kapoor, his girlfriend Alia Bhatt, Riddhima, Neetu, and filmmaker Ayan Mukerji had been noticed immersing Rishi’s ashes within the Banganga on Sunday.
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