Rishi Kapoor’s Death a Big Blow for My Father, Says Raveena Tandon

When Raveena Tandon was a child, Rishi Kapoor was already a big star. Years later, Raveena will act opposite the man who is one of Bollywood’s greatest romantic icons, the heartthrob of millions.

In a conversation with IANS, Raveena shared her memories of Rishi Kapoor, who died on April 30, and also spoke of her father, filmmaker Ravi Tandon’s long association with the late actor.

Raveena said, “I haven’t worked with him in many films but my father has worked with him a lot. I have seen him since I was a child. I have really grown up before his eyes. My Heart is heavy. ” , Remembering Rishi Kapoor. He said: “Sage Sir’s death is a great shock to my father. My father has lost another friend from his inner circle. I remember vividly how my father, the fifth uncle (RD Burman), Ramesh Bahl’s uncle and Rishi used to hang out. Together. After his demise, my father is feeling very down. ”

Ravi Tandon worked with Rishi Kapoor in Khel Khiladi and in films like Jhootha Kaha Ke. Raveena was paired opposite Rishi Kapoor in the 1995 film Saajan Ki Armaan Mein.

Recalling her last meeting with Rishi Kapoor, known as ‘Chintu’, Raveena shared that it was last year when she met Rishi Kapoor’s sister Reema Jain in Mumbai during Ganpati Puja at her house. .

“I was at Reema’s house for Ganpati Puja. When I was about to leave, Reema asked me to wait for Chintu ji’s arrival. I waited for her because I had not seen her in a long time because she was in New York. Was. He came. ” , We did aarti and had a nice talk. She was my last and last memory. I will miss him very much may her soul rest in peace. ”

She took to social media to mourn the death of Rishi Kapoor, the first walkie talkie doll she bought as a gift from Paris.

“Just totally love you! Part of my life, my childhood memories, feels like my now .. so easily taken away. No Chintu uncle. Not fair on all of us. But Didn’t even say a goodbye. Hum. I miss you so much. His infectious laughter, his intelligence, events, even when he scolded me on the set while working with me. Still seeing me, the same 5 year old. In, he knew, I Shri first walkie-talkie doll he missed by a make-up gift, “Raveena to engagement Neetu aunt bought from Paris. Enlighten me.

Rishi Kapoor died in a hospital in Mumbai on 30 April. He was 67 and battling leukemia.

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