Rishi Kapoor's last tweet urging fans to stop violence during coronavirus outbreak
Rishi Kapoor was very active on Twitter and his last message to his fans was about fighting coronavirus
Rishi Kapoor's death has jolted the industry. The actor died after battling cancer for more than two years. He was very active on Twitter and his last message to his fans was about fighting coronavirus.
One of the most celebrated stars, Rishi Kapoor, has passed away. He was diagnosed with cancer almost two years ago and had taken the treatment in New York.
Reportedly, his cancer relapsed and he breathed his last in Mumbai. Rishi was known for his social media game. He was very active on Twitter and often shared his views on trending topics. His last message though was a serious appeal to his fans.
In his last tweet on April 2, Rishi Kapoor urged all not to resort to violence and not attack doctors, policemen or others who are helping us fight coronavirus. His message read, "An appeal to all brothers and sisters from all social status and faiths. Please don’t resort to violence,stone throwing or lynching. Doctors,Nurses,Medics, Policemen etc..are endangering their lives to save you. We have to win this Coronavirus war together. Please. Jai Hind!"
Actors from the film fraternity including Amitabh Bachchan took to their respective social media accounts to mourn the death of Rishi Kapoor. Actor Akshay Kumar said that it seems like we’re in the midst of a nightmare. He also said that the passing away of a legend, a great co-star and a good friend of his family is heartbreaking.
Rishi Kapoor, who started as a child artist in his father's film Mera Naam Joker, made his debut with Bobby in the year 1973 and it was a super hit. His filmography comprises a few most acclaimed films like Amar Akbar Anthony, Kabhi Kabhi, Chandni, Bol radha Bol and many more.