On Rishi Kapoor's 68th birth anniversary, daughter Riddhima remembers late actor: 'You've given me the gift of compassion'
Riddhima Kapoor Sahni has taken to Instagram to share pictures with her father, actor Rishi Kapoor, who passed away on 30 April this year.
On veteran actor Rishi Kapoor's 68th birth anniversary today, his daughter Riddhima Kapoor Sahni took to Instagram where she posted several old pictures with the family.
The picture from her childhood and youth gave glimpses of how Rishi Kapoor looked during his younger days. The pictures included Neetu Singh and Ranbir Kapoor among others.
One of the pictures showed the actor cutting cake with granddaughter Samara. In another photo, he is seen celebrating New Year Eve with his family.
Along with the pictures, Riddhima shared a heartfelt note in memory of the late actor. She wrote that she misses her father each day and she will always love him.
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Papa, They say when you lose someone, you can’t live without -your heart will badly break! But I know you are living in this broken heart & will be there forever! I know you are watching over all of us & ensuring that we live by the value system you instilled in us! You gave me the gift of compassion -taught me the value of relationships & made me the person I am today! I miss you each day & will always love you! Celebrating you today & always - Happy Birthday ❤️
Rishi Kapoor passed away on 30 April this year. He was battling leukaemia since 2018. In July 2019, the actor tweeted that his cancer was in remission.
Known for his versatility, Rishi Kapoor was seen in over 150 films including Bobby, Kabhie Kabhie, Karz, Amar Akbar Anthony, Fanaa, and more recently, Kapoor & Sons and Mulk.
The actor was in the US for almost a year where he underwent treatment for cancer. After returning to India, he promoted his film The Body in December and also resumed shooting for his long-pending film opposite Juhi Chawla that was being produced by Honey Trehan.
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