Vinod Khanna passes away, Twitterati mourns with tributes: 'Original style icon of Bollywood'

RIP Vinod Khanna. Twitter has gone into an overdrive with tributes, pictures, updates, statuses with their love for the veteran actor

FP Staff April 27, 2017 12:40:18 IST
Vinod Khanna passes away, Twitterati mourns with tributes: 'Original style icon of Bollywood'

Veteran actor and politician Vinod Khanna passed away on 27 April 2017, in Mumbai. He was 70.

Khanna had been suffering from a bout of ill health and had been hospitalised since Friday, 31 March. At this time his son Rahul Khanna had told the press that the yesteryear screen icon had been admitted after suffering from severe dehydration and added that doctors hoped to discharge Khanna senior soon.

As soon as the news broke online, Twitter has gone into an overdrive with tributes, pictures, updates, statuses with their love for the veteran actor.

Do read our pick of his best films here.

Here are some of the tributes on Twitter:

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