Neetu Kapoor shares a priceless unseen pic with late Rishi Kapoor on his birth anniversary

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On September 4, veteran actor Neetu Kapoor took to her Instagram account and shared a timeless throwback photo with her late husband and actor Rishi Kapoor. The photo has both Rishi Ji and Neetu Ji smiling their hearts out. In the picture, the Bobby actor is seen wearing funky glasses whereas the JugJugg Jeeyo star is wearing a feather boa.

Their smiles just made our hearts warm. Sharing the picture with her fans, she simply wrote, ‘Happy birthday’ followed by a heart emoji. Reacting to the post, Alia Bhatt‘s mother Soni Razdan is in all hearts as she dropped heart emojis in the coming section.

 

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After valiantly fighting cancer, Rishi Kapoor passed away on April 30, 2020. His death came as a huge loss to his family, friends, and the Hindi film industry. From his fans to Bollywood celebrities, everyone mourned over his demise, shared their heartfelt tributes and sent their condolences to his family. After Rishi Kapoor death, Neetu Kapoor revealed that she was broken into pieces.

Neetu Kapoor told India.today, “I had collapsed. For six months, I did not go out but people who were close to me saw how I was. I was totally broken into pieces. These pieces were so tiny that I couldn’t even get myself together. But one fine day, something flips in you and you tell yourself that you need to get yourself together and that you need to move on. But the initial 6-7 months were very difficult

In an exclusive interview with Bollywood Bubble, actor Ranbir Kapoor revealed that he misses having Rishi ji around. “This is a very big year for me and I wish he was here.” He added, “Absolutely, I miss everything not just my movies you know, I just wish he was around, to just be around to talk to him.  It’s a big year for me, to getting married, having you know being a parent. All these are big moments.”

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