Rishi Kapoor Obituary

Rishi Kapoor, one of India’s most beloved actors, has passed away.

Born in Mumbai, India in 1952, Kapoor came from a prominent family of actors and filmmakers. He made his acting debut at the age of 18 in the 1970 film “Mera Naam Joker,” which was directed by his father, Raj Kapoor. He went on to become one of the most popular actors in Indian cinema, starring in a number of blockbuster films over the course of his career.

Kapoor was known for his versatility as an actor, and he was equally adept at playing romantic leads, dramatic roles, and comedic parts. He appeared in a number of iconic films, including “Bobby,” “Amar Akbar Anthony,” and “Chandni,” and he was widely regarded as one of Bollywood’s most bankable stars.

Offscreen, Kapoor was known for his irreverent wit and his love of life. He was a passionate advocate for the arts and culture, and he was deeply committed to promoting dialogue and understanding between communities.

Kapoor is survived by his wife, Neetu Kapoor, and their two children, Ranbir and Riddhima. He will be remembered as a true icon of Indian cinema, whose talent and charisma brought joy to millions of fans around the world. His contributions to cinema and culture will continue to be felt for years to come, and he will be greatly missed by his many fans and colleagues.