Actor Rishi Kapoor had a long and successful innings as a leading man in films, from Bobby in the early 70s to the mid 90s. However, like the other leading men in the film, the actor finds a time when the leading characters have dried up. It took a few years to switch to character roles. In a recent interview, his son actor Ranbir Kapoor recalled those years and how Rishi’s stay at home affected the nerves of the whole family. read more: Happy picture of late father Rishi Kapoor on Ranbir Kapoor’s phone wallpaper, his fans are asking ‘Damn’. See it here
Rishi died on April 30, 2020 after a long struggle with cancer. Actor Sharmaji Namkeen was in the shooting and it was incomplete. Eventually, actor Paresh Rawal volunteered to finish the film. Ranbir has been promoting the film since its release this Friday.
Speaking to Film Companion during the film’s promotion, Ranbir said, “From leading actor to character actor – I remember those three-four years – he was just in front of the bridge playing computer. My mother was frustrated. She had never seen him at home all day. He drove her crazy. She would persuade him to go to the RK studio and sit there.
Ranbir described that at that time not only his mother Neetu, but also his sister Rithima Kapoor Sahni and he was annoyed by Rishi. He said, “My mom, me and my sister, we’re a little crazy because he’s asking for your attention so much. Is increasing. “
Sharmaji Namkeen also stars Juhi Chawla, Satish Kaushik and Suhail Nayyar. Directed by Hitesh Patia, the film is set to release on March 31 on Amazon Prime Video. Ranbir also has two releases this year. He first starred in Shamshara and later in Brahmastra.
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