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Neetu Kapoor drops invisible photo to remember Rishi Kapoor, says ‘we miss you everyday’

Last update: April 30, 2023, 11:55 p.m. HST

Neetu Kapoor shares a throwback photo with Rishi Kapoor.

Neetu Kapoor shares a throwback photo with Rishi Kapoor.

Neetu Kapoor and his daughter Riddhima Kapoor remember Rishi Kapoor on his third death anniversary.

Rishi Kapoor’s untimely demise in 2020 came as a brutal shock to the entire film fraternity. The veteran actor passed away after a long battle with cancer. On his third death anniversary today, his wife Neetu Kapoor took a trip down memory lane and shared one of her happiest moments with him.

She also wrote a heartfelt note with the photo that read, “We miss you everyday with all the wonderful happy memories 🌟🌸.” Not just Neetu, his daughter Riddhima Kapoor also dropped a bundle of never-before-seen photos with Rishi on his death anniversary. On the first photo, she wrote, “Love this pic. The second photo read, “I miss you everyday.” “And sometimes I just scroll through the gallery to see you smile,” read another.

Riddhima Kapoor shares a throwback photo with Rishi Kapoor.
Riddhima Kapoor remembers Rishi Kapoor’s father on his third death anniversary.

After Rishi Kapoor’s disappearance, Neetu decided to return to full-time work. Last year, the actress made her big comeback with Jug Jugg Jeeyo with Anil Kapoor. In an interview with News18, she shared. “I received many offers in the past, but I didn’t accept them because my world was busy. Rishiji always kept me busy, either with his travels or even at home. After he died, my children told me to do something and didn’t want me to be idle at home. I never thought I would go back to the movies. When Karan (Johar) offered me the film, I asked him to tell the script. He called Raj Mehta, the director, and when I heard the script, I absolutely loved my role and immediately agreed to do the film.

While she agreed to do the film, the actor revealed that it was a big challenge to face the camera almost after a decade. “My confidence level was zero when we started shooting the movie about six months after Rishiji passed away. Once I arrived in Chandigarh, I mustered up a lot of courage on my own to get into character. suddenly I thought I was going to fumble, that I wouldn’t give my 100 percent, that something would go wrong. I was very uncertain,” she explains, adding that working on the film made her feel a lot. helped.

Neetu also shared that Rishi misses his son Ranbir very much. “His mobile screensaver still has Rishi’s picture. There are days when I see tears in his eyes but he stays strong.” She added: “Rishi had a larger than life personality and he is not the kind of person who can be forgotten. Every day I meet someone who has a story or an incident about him. I have l feel, somewhere, that he’s still connected to me.

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