Rishi Kapoor’s death has left a huge void in the film industry, which is irreplaceable. The veteran actor passed away on April 30, 2020, after a two-year battle with leukemia. Among his industry colleagues who shared their fond memories about the late actor in various interviews, Taapsee Pannu also opened up about Rishi’s demise.
Taapsee, who worked with Rishi Kapoor in films like Chashme Baddoor and Mulk, recently told an entertainment portal that she is yet to fully register his demise.
Taapsee Pannu On The Lesser Known Side Of Rishi Kapoor
An India Today report quoted the Badla actress as saying, “Most know him as a hot-blooded Punjabi man, which he was. But you have to spend time him to know the other side. I had the fortune in Mulk. His compliments sounded like he’s scolding you, but that’s how it is. I could connect with it.”
The News Of Rishi Kapoor’s Death Is Yet To Sink In
Speaking about his death, Taapsee said, “It’s a feeling of disbelief, maybe when I don’t see him at industry parties eventually it will seep in, but right now it hasn’t. I didn’t see it coming.
Taapsee Pannu Recalls Rishi Kapoor As A Brilliant Storyteller
She said, “He messaged me for Thappad, it’s unbelievable right now that he’s gone. I’m lucky to have sat down and talked to him beyond films, he’s a brilliant storyteller. And I will always cherish those memories.”
When Taapsee Pannu Condoled Rishi Kapoor’s Demise
Earlier, Taapsee mourned the actor’s demise by sharing a still from Mulk, in which both of them are seen hugging. Her heartfelt caption for the photo read, “My most favourite picture with him. Worked with him twice n the kind of brash honest compliments this man gave have never left my heart n mind. Even in his bullying there was so much love that one couldn’t help enjoy listening to him. The most entertaining stories came from him. the only costar of mine who could beat me in being ‘brutally’ honest. Sir humaari hat-trick reh gayi. I’m sure I will meet him somewhere n this hug shall be repeated with the same smile on our faces.