GoodBye To Dafliwala, Rishi Kapoor Passes Away At 67

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While the movie and Bollywood lovers were yet not ready to accept the loss of Irrfan Khan, we were struck with one more terrible and sad news. The legendry actor Rishi Kapoor passed away at 67 after fighting cancer for 2 years. There comes an end to an era that was defined by this brilliant film family. The “Kapoors” as they are always called have ruled the Bollywood industry, since time immemorial. From the movie “Joker” to his recent work in Netflix Original “Body” gives us a little roller coaster.

 

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“Lekar hum deewana dil” bidding us a heartbreaking goodbye is the Mozart of romance, the charming Rishi Kapoor. Born to one of the most gracious families of the industry, he was the second son of the famous Raj Kapoor. Starting his career as a child artist in his father’s movie, Rishi Kapoor has gems that are studded in his years of acting.

 

If you really want to know what his charm could do? Ask your mothers in particular and parents in general, they still cannot bear the loss of an entertainer which is extremely painful. This is another reminder to us and a warning of why we cannot take Cancer lightly.

 

It is so important to make sure that our loved ones are safe, Kapoor died of Leukemia which is one of the blood cancer and was being treated for the same in Newyork. What is this Cancer? Let us know!

 

A cancer of blood-forming tissues, hindering the body’s ability to fight infection. Leukemia is a cancer of blood-forming tissues, including bone marrow. Many types exist such as acute lymphoblastic leukemia, acute myeloid leukemia, and chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Many patients with slow-growing types of leukemia don’t have symptoms. Rapidly growing types of leukemia may cause symptoms that include fatigue, weight loss, frequent infections, and easy bleeding or bruising.

 

Treatment is highly variable. For slow-growing leukemias, treatment may include monitoring. For aggressive leukemias, treatment includes chemotherapy that’s sometimes followed by radiation and a stem-cell transplant.

 

Keeping his legacy alive, the family sent out a message of how the man with his caliber did not wish to step down and faced death with a smile. The love and support poured out from every corner of the country and beyond borders as well. Hindi cinema won’t be the same without the “Dafliwala”. Who could forget the young lad who started his life at Bollywood with movie Bobby, singing “Mai shayar toh nahi” Letting his memories be cherished always, we pay a tribute to this wonderful man!

 

“Tu tu hai wahi, dil ne jisse apna kahan” no matter what age you are, this song is your romantic escape. We all are a big fan of his son Ranbir Kapoor, but unarguably he is not even half of what his father has been to the teenagers and youngsters of his time. It is hard to believe that a man with such great lineage and moreover who never gave up on life is no more between us. To Chintu Ji, to the Deewana, to every character he has played on celluloid, we thank you! After all, “Jeena issi ka naam hai”

 

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