Bollywood star Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor dies

Bollywood star B.B. Kapur has died. He was 67. He had been suffering from cancer for a long time. He died on Thursday (April 30) at the ICU at HN Reliance Hospital in Mumbai, India.
His brother, Randhir Kapoor, told the press about his visit.
Rishi Kapoor, who has been suffering from cancer for almost two years, was a victim of cancer. He returned to the country last year after a long treatment abroad. But he was suffering from infectionor or respiratory problems.
The actor was admitted to THE HN Reliance Hospital in Mumbai early Wednesday morning, news agency reported.
The National Award-winning actor has acted in more than 150 films.
Rishi, the second son of legendary actor Raj Kapoor, was born on 4 September 1952. In 1973, he became a hero in the silver world with the movie “Bobby” opposite Dimpal Capadia. Earlier, Raj Kapoor acted in the memorable films ‘Sri 420’ and ‘Mera Nam Joker’.
He has made many hits including Amar Akbar Antony, Laila Majnu, Rafo Chakra, Sargam, Karz, Bol Radha Bol. Kapoor and Sons, D-Day, Mulk and Not Out were released in the last phase of cancer. The Body is waiting for release.
Rishi has two children. Among them is the famous bollywood actor, Ranveer Kapoor.
The world of films is a world of shock and death. Actor Irfan Khan died in Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital on Wednesday (April 29) just a day ago.
Binodhan Desk: Thursday, March 30, HB News

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Bollywood star Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor dies

Bollywood star B.B. Kapur has died. He was 67. He had been suffering from cancer for a long time. He died on Thursday (April 30) at the ICU at HN Reliance Hospital in Mumbai, India.
His brother, Randhir Kapoor, told the press about his visit.
Rishi Kapoor, who has been suffering from cancer for almost two years, was a victim of cancer. He returned to the country last year after a long treatment abroad. But he was suffering from infectionor or respiratory problems.
The actor was admitted to THE HN Reliance Hospital in Mumbai early Wednesday morning, news agency reported.
The National Award-winning actor has acted in more than 150 films.
Rishi, the second son of legendary actor Raj Kapoor, was born on 4 September 1952. In 1973, he became a hero in the silver world with the movie “Bobby” opposite Dimpal Capadia. Earlier, Raj Kapoor acted in the memorable films ‘Sri 420’ and ‘Mera Nam Joker’.
He has made many hits including Amar Akbar Antony, Laila Majnu, Rafo Chakra, Sargam, Karz, Bol Radha Bol. Kapoor and Sons, D-Day, Mulk and Not Out were released in the last phase of cancer. The Body is waiting for release.
Rishi has two children. Among them is the famous bollywood actor, Ranveer Kapoor.
The world of films is a world of shock and death. Actor Irfan Khan died in Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital on Wednesday (April 29) just a day ago.
Binodhan Desk: Thursday, March 30, HB News

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