‘Rishi Kapoor was a warm-hearted man with a childlike attitude’


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Mukherjee also revealed Kapoor used to regale the cast and crew with stories. He had a lot of stories to narrate from his time in London, where he was carefree. He shared, “At times, Rishi was warm-hearted, sometimes he was bragging. Kapoor was a funny man, who mostly was in a jovial mood, and Alter used to address him as the son of a rich man. He had a childlike attitude and Nasir was very careful about taking any risks with him.”

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Rishi Kapoor After I returned home from that trip, my wife complained about my weight which I gained because of the eating and drinking with Rishi Kapoor,” he said. He was full of life. Written by Arushi Jain
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Published: April 30, 2020 2:13:04 pm

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“Kapoor was interested in flying in the chopper we had, but Nasir Hussain didn’t allow him. Rishi never missed a chance to boast about Neetu Singh who was his girlfriend at that time,” Mukherjee shared. The short sojourn in the wilderness with Rishi Kapoor rekindled Mringendra Mukherjee’s memories of his youth. While the entire nation is mourning his demise, one of his admirers and a retired defence officer Mringendra Mukherjee, who crossed paths with Kapoor during the shoot of 1977 film Hum Kisise Kum Naheen, remembers him fondly. Nasir told me he had promised Raj Kapoor that he will keep his son safe,” Mukherjee recalled. (Express Photo by Tashi Tobgyal)
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For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App. “Rishi Kapoor was a great lover of food. “During the shoot of Nasir Hussain directorial Hum Kisise Kum Naheen, I was present in the jungles where they shot as a liaison officer. I remember playing Scrabble with Rishi Kapoor and Tom Alter. He loved eating and drinking.