Amitabh Bachchan has given a passionate tribute to Rishi Kapoor through his blog. He has shared many memorable moments by remembering his legendary friend. Big B told that he never went to meet Rishi Kapoor in the hospital, couldn't see his sad face.
On Thursday, Bollywood veteran actor Rishi Kapoor passed away. He breathed his last air in a hospital in Mumbai. The actor had been fighting cancer for a long time, but at the last stage of his life, he lost it and merged within the five elements. The entire B'wood industry is mourning due to the actor's departure, but the most shattered is Amitabh Bachchan, the great friend of Rishi Kapoor, who has written an emotional post remembering him.
Amitabh Bachchan emotional tribute to Rishi Kapoor
Amitabh Bachchan has given a passionate tribute to Rishi Kapoor through his blog. He has shared many memorable moments by remembering his friend. Amitabh writes in his blog- I was once invited by Raj Kapoor to his house when I first saw a chintu full of youth, enthusiasm and satanism.
I mostly saw him in RK Studio where he was preparing for his film Bobby. He was an artist who wanted to know everything, wanted to learn. His moves were always full of confidence. Many times, his gait reminded me of the great Prithvi Raj.
Amitabh also told that he had worked in many films with Rishi Kapoor. According to him, Rishi Kapoor's dialogue delivery was amazing. Every line of his could be trusted. Amitabh also said that no one could do good songs from him in Bollywood.
The actor also recalled Rishi Kapoor's lively attitude. Big B says- " Rishi used to take the opportunity to laugh and laugh even in the most difficult situation. There was also a big event, they used to see something in there too that everyone was forced to laugh."
Amitabh says that Rishi used to play cards many times during the shoot. He also loved playing the Bagatelle board. He used to take it as a competition.
Amitabh Bachchan also revealed in his blog that he never went to meet Rishi Kapoor in the hospital. He could never see the sadness on his smiling face. Amitabh has finally said that - when the sage must have left us, there will definitely be a smile on his face.
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