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Mumbai Police's Heartfelt Tribute To Rishi Kapoor Leaves Netizens Teary-eyed

Mumbai police posted a graphic image of late actor Rishi Kapoor on Twitter and wrote that he shall remain ‘not out’ in everybody's heart forever

Mumbai Police's heartfelt tribute to Rishi Kapoor leaves netizens teary-eyed

Mumbai Police paid a ‘filmy’ tribute to late actor Rishi Kapoor shortly after his unfortunate demise. Taking to Twitter, the police department, posted a graphic image of the Bobby actor and wrote that he shall remain ‘not out’ in everybody's heart forever. Praying for his departed soul, they wrote, ‘Om Shanti Om ‘ which is also the title of one of his most famous songs.

The has left everybody teary-eyed. The post has racked up more than 6 thousand likes from heartbroken fans who condoled the death of the late superstar. Many people also thanked the police department for taking care of the actor's funeral in such a well-organised manner. 

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Rishi Kapoor's demise

Bollywood veteran and screen icon Rishi Kapoor breathed his last on April 30 at HN Reliance Hospital in Mumbai as he succumbed to cancer after battling it for two years. He was cremated at the Chandanwadi crematorium in the presence of his immediate family and close friends. He was the torchbearer of the 3rd generation of Kapoor dynasty of the Hindi film industry.

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