Rishi Kapoor was a famous star of Bollywood. He gained name and fame in a very less span of time. He won several awards including four Filmfare awards and a National Film Award. However, his life took a turning point when he was diagnosed with leukemia in 2018. He was sent to New York for a successful treatment. He was again admitted to Sir H.N. Reliance Foundation Hospital owing to breathing difficulties. He died on 30th April 2020 from Leukemia.
Even after a year of his demise, the mark left by Rishi Kapoor on Bollywood is something that can never be erased. The way he displayed himself in various movies has made him the favourite in public. Some of his unforgettable styles in movies are displayed below.
Rishi Kapoor had played a negative role in the movie Agneepath. The audience saw his dark side as Rauf Lala in the film. In the movie, Rishi was seen as the wicked man who built his status relying completely on bad deeds. He shocked every audience in the way he had got adjusted to a wicked character.
The late actor’s role in the film Mulk was one of the most iconic ones. The movie was based on the life of a Muslim family who tries to reclaim its honor after one of its members got involved in terrorism. Rishi played the family patriarch, Murad Ali Mohammed, who faces bigotry and is forced to prove his love for the nation since he is a Muslim. He did justice to his character and even for a second, he did not let us believe that he is not a Muslim in real.
3. Kapoor and Sons
Rishi ji had played the role of a 90-year old Amarjeet Kapoor in the film Kapoor and Sons. In the movie, the actor’s role taught us to not take life too seriously. And enjoy every moment of life with our family and loved ones.
In the movie D-Day, Rishi plays the character of Dawood Ibrahim. Even though this was a negative character, he efficiently got into the role.