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Rishi Kapoor urged fans to treat healthcare workers with love & care but not with violence in his last message

Rishi Kapoor passed away at age 67 in Mumbai on Thursday morning.
by Apoorv Shandilya | April 30, 2020 10:38 IST
Rishi Kapoor urged fans to treat healthcare workers with love & care but not with violence in his last message

In just the past 24 hours Bollywood has lost two of its most celebrated actors. After actor Irrfan Khan passed away on Wednesday, Rishi Kapoor has bid farewell to the world on Thursday. All of Bollywood is now in mourning and fans of the actor have flooded Twitter with messages of tribute and love.
 
Until very recently Rishi Kapoor was actively involved on Twitter with his own handle. In his last tweet to fans around the country, the Amar Akbar Antony actor urged fans to treat healthcare workers with love and respect. On April 2nd he tweeted writing, "An appeal Folded hands 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!Flag of India."
 
On April 2nd Rishi Kapoor also engaged with director Kunal Kohli on twitter. Kohli applauded Rishi Kapoor for his dafli playing skills. He tweeted writing, "Nobody plays the dafli like you! In fact. Every musical instrument you've played on screen. Always looks like you’re actually playing it. But the dafli. Just the best ... oh dafli waale ... dafli buja .... what a song! Made as much by the way you played it."
 
Rishi quickly responded and thanked Kohli for his message. He said, "Thank you. Much credit to late Shree. P.L. Raj ji the choreographer. Of course some measure of knowledge and talent is necessary of something or anything you portray on screen. I have in all modesty taken this as a compliment. Thank you Kunal."
 
Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth, and Akshay Kumar paid their tribute to Rishi Kapoor on twitter and remarked about the huge loss for the film industry.
 
 


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