Mumbai Police says goodbye to Rishi Kapoor: Hoga Tumse Pyara Kaun
Mumbai Police paid a heartfelt tribute to Rishi Kapoor after the veteran actor died in Mumbai on April 30. Rishi Kapoor was 67. He was battling cancer since 2018.
Mumbai Police took to social media to express grief over the actor's demise and said that he will "forever remain Not Out in our hearts." The official Twitter handle of Mumbai Police tweeted a picture of the late actor with "Hoga Tumse Pyara Kaun?" written on it. Hoga Tumse Pyara Kaun is a song from Rishi Kapoor's film Zamaane Ko Dikhana Hai.
"Om Shanti Om! Shanti Shanti Om! You shall forever remain 'Not Out' in our hearts. #RIPRishiKapoor," Mumbai Police wrote in the caption.
Rishi Kapoor died on Thursday at 8.45 am. Randhir Kapoor confirmed that Rishi will be cremated in Chandanwadi Crematorium, Marine Lines. Rishi was diagnosed with cancer in 2018 and underwent treatment in New York for a year, before returning to India in September last year.The actor was taken to the HN Reliance hospital on Wednesday morning.
The actor starred in memorable films including Bobby, Karz, Chandni and Amar Akbar Anthony. He was last seen in the web series The Body on Netflix.
Rishi Kapoor is survived by wife Neetu Kapoor, son Ranbir Kapoor and daughter Riddhima Kapoor Sahni.