Actor Arjun Kapoor mourns together with many Bollywood celebrities for veteran Rishi Kapoor. On Thursday, the actor made an acerbic commentary on Instagram, criticizing those who posted a video with the veteran actor from his hospital bed.
I took the Instagram stories he wrote: The decision not to post something is sometimes just as important as the decision to post first. Images have great power, so we don’t forget them. Sometimes the empathy of mankind must prevail over the fact that they are the first to accept the use of cunning voyeuristic devices presented to you. It’s just that sometimes
Arjun was not alone, even the actor Kushal Tandon commented on unpleasant videos on the internet. He tweeted: An assailant stated that an orderly or someone from the hospital had shot Rishi Kapoor in his hospital bed just before he died. I’ve seen it. And to think it was a blatant invasion of his privacy. When you’ve received them, remove them and don’t broadcast them. I did.
There is an assailant who was shot by an orderly or someone from the hospital on his hospital bed just before Rishi Kapoor arrived. I’ve seen it. And to think it was a blatant invasion of his privacy. When you’ve received them, remove them and don’t broadcast them. That’s exactly what I did.
– KUSHALT TANDON (@KUSHALT2803) 30. April 2020
Rishi Kapoor, who represented the romantic Bollywood hero for three decades before becoming a wanted actor, died Thursday in Mumbai after a two-year battle with leukemia. He was 67 years old.
Rishi is the third generation of the Kapoor dynasty that defines the term stellar. He’s gone. He died, said his older brother Randhir in an interview with the Hindustan Times. The actor, familiar to many generations of spectators with his many roles – from Bobby to Kapoor and his sons – was taken to HN Reliance Hospital on Wednesday.
His death came the day after the death of his D-Day co-star, Irfan Khan. Three months ago, his sister Rita Nanda died of the disease.
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Doctors and medical staff at the hospital said he entertained them at the end, the family said in their statement. He remained cheerful and determined to live fully during the two years of treatment on two continents. Family, friends, food and movies remained the focus of his attention, and everyone who met him at the time was surprised how he didn’t let his illness heal.
Rishi returned to India last September after being treated for cancer in the United States for almost a year. He was hospitalized twice in February. He was first admitted to a hospital in Delhi, where he worked as a family entrepreneur. He said he was suffering from an infection. After his return to Mumbai he was hospitalized with viral fever. He was released shortly after.
(With PTI inputs)