Pakistani Celebrities Pay Tribute To Late Bollywood Actor Rishi Kapoor

Kapoor passed away today after battling cancer for 2 years

Pakistani-celebritiesPakistani celebrities too have been mourning the loss of Rishi Kapoor aka Chintu - OyeYeah News

Two days and two cinema legends are gone. Bollywood has suffered a major blow with the deaths of Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor in two consecutive days.

However, it is not the only Bollywood that is feeling a big loss. As big as an actor Rishi Kapoor was, he was also a friendly and kind human being, with friends on both sides of the border.

Pakistani celebrities too have been mourning the loss of Rishi Kapoor aka Chintu and paying tribute to the legend in heartfelt posts on their social media.

Here’s what our celebrities have been saying;


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chintu jee …. 😔 #rip

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My first childhood memory of Rishi Kapoor was the song “Jeevan ke din”. The lyrics resonated with me and I imagined myself singing it one day around a piano the same way he did. But I never thought I would one day be dancing with the great man himself on a film set. I still remember the feeling I had when I was about to shoot my first scene with him in the film “Chashme Baddoor.” We met in Goa on set. Given his stature, he had no airs and graces about him, a thorough gentleman and a professional. We would chat about music and art and he was curious about Pakistan. One day he made me try Goan prawn curry that he was very fond of, which I love till today. When I found out that I would get to dance shoulder to shoulder with the legendary dancer, in the title song of the movie, I could hardly believe it till i saw myself standing on a table dancing with Rishi Kapoor himself. It was like being in a movie within a movie. At that age with an injured knee he danced like there was no tomorrow. That’s how I remembered him for years to come. One day I was most touched when he told me that somehow he saw his young self in me and would like me to play him in his youth in a movie he was considering. Many years later, I found out he wasn’t well. I reached out to him to check in on his health. One night I saw him in my dream and told him so. He was most thrilled, most gracious and in high spirits and asked how grown up my children were now. I can see him now just as I saw in my dream. Happy, healthy and dancing… and that’s how I remember him. RIP Rishi Sir. #rishikapoor

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