Riddhima posts pic of Rishi Kapoor’s prized possession &
- Riddhima Kapoor Sahni has been sharing a number of throwback images of her late father
- In her newest post, she shares Rishi Kapoor’s prized possession that he purchased in New York
- The veteran actor handed away on April 30, 2020
After a two-year battle with leukemia, Rishi Kapoor breathed his final on April 30, 2020. So many days have handed however all of this nonetheless does not appear actual. There is not any denying that the veteran actor’s household have to be going via a really powerful time. His daughter Riddhima Kapoor Sahni, who was unable to attend his funeral as she was caught in Delhi as a result of lockdown, has been consistently sharing throwback images on social media within the reminiscence of her father.
From lovely household images to Kapoor’s cute footage together with his spouse Neetu Kapoor, Riddhima has been posting many unseen jewels. Recently, she shared a snap of one in all Kapoor’s prized possessions, his scrabble. Posting a pic of the sport, Riddhima wrote, “My dad loved his scrabble! He bought this in New York.”
In was in September 2018 that Kapoor first shared that he’s heading to New York to bear medical remedy. It was later shared that he was battling most cancers. Throughout his remedy, Neetu was his assist system. She stood by him via thick and skinny.
Prior to this photograph, Riddhima had shared a contented photograph that includes Rishi and Neetu together with their son Ranbir Kapoor and his girlfriend Alia Bhatt. During this powerful time, Alia has stood by the household. Back when Kapoor was in New York, she had additionally visited him a few instances.
Meanwhile, on May 12, Kapoor’s household had organised the 13-day prayer meet at their Bandra residence. For the identical, Ranbir was seen arriving with Alia. As quickly as their images and movies surfaced on the internet, many began trolling Ranbir for not staying together with his mom throughout this time. Many of his images and movies have been flooded with imply feedback.