Combo photo shows Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor.
While the world was trying to gather themselves with the untimely loss of the globally acclaimed actor Irrfan khan, Rishi Kapoor, one of the most finest actors in Bollywood history took his last breath on Thursday morning.
The actor known for his impeccable performance has created a mark for the young and aspiring artists to reach up to.
His films did not just do well in the box office but they were a turning point in the history of Indian cinema.
Bollywood greats like Amitabh Bachchan, Priynaka Chopra, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Shah Rukh among many others flooded social media with tweets and messages regarding the terrible loss of the two actors.
While one was an internationally renowned performer, the other was an absolute natural.
Their talent was what made the hindi film industry the magnanimous bundle of talent that it is.
This week has been one of great sorrow for the whole film Industry.
After mourning the demise of the late veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, WWE champion and Hollywood actor John Cena has now taken to social media to pay homage to Irrfan Khan, who too passed away.
Rishi had featured in one of the three segments of Mera Naam Joker as a boy who has a crush on his schoolteacher. He even won a National Award for the performance. Made on a tight budget, Bobby hit the bull’s eye, turning both 21-year-old Rishi Kapoor and 16-year-old Dimple Kapadia into instant stars.
According to reports, the 67-year-old actor was admitted to Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital in Mumbai. Wife Neetu Kapoor was at his side.
Irrfan Khan was identified to play India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru during the final days of the British Empire and the partition of the sub-continent in 1947 but the project fell through largely due to cost overruns.
The entertainer, whose career spanned more than five decades, devoted much of her time and celebrity to charities after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992.
"It’s an honour and a privilege to be able to represent my country all over the world and to continue my work and efforts globally to see that we leave our mark and make a difference," she said.
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