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Over the years, the Indian film industry had witnessed a lot of incredibly talented actresses, who have inspired millions of people out there with their performances on the big screen and the struggles they overcome in their personal lives too. One of them is the talented veteran actress and doting mother, Neetu Kapoor, who has inspired us with her tremendous acting career and the way she had raised and supported her kids in their lives' every struggle. (Recommended Read: Shahid Kapoor Reveals What Is The Only Thing That He Needs On A Rainy Winter Evening, It Is Adorable)
However, it was on April 30, 2020, when the incredible actor and Neetu Kapoor's husband, Rishi Kapoor had left for his heavenly abode without any final goodbyes. He had given a tough fight to cancer for the past two years. And since then, Neetu Kapoor is trying to get used to a life without the love of her life. Her children, Riddhima Kapoor Sahni and Ranbir Kapoor have been her pillar of strength.
On November 20, 2020, veteran actor, Anupam Kher took to his Instagram handle and praised his industry-mate, Neetu Kapoor for returning back to work after the sudden demise of her husband and legendary actor, Rishi Kapoor. Both Neetu ji and Anupam ji met last night in Chandigarh, and the veteran actor shared a note regarding the same along with three adorable pictures from their previous meetings. In his emotional note, Anupam ji heaped praises on Neetu ji, and his note can be read as "Dearest @neetu54!! Meeting you last night in Chandigarh without #RishiJi triggered off so many memories of us together in New York. Our shared tears made the bond of those moments stronger. These pics are a reminder of how #ChintuJi had a larger than life persona. I am so happy that you are working. You have made him the happiest person by doing so. We, your friends, are always there for you. Remember "There are some relationships which are like a pause button on a tape recorder. They always start from where you left them!" Love and prayers. #Memories #Pics #ChintuJi @riteishd @geneliad." Take a look:
On November 16, 2020, Neetu Kapoor had taken to her Instagram handle and had shared a BTS picture from the sets of her upcoming film, Jug Jugg Jeeyo alongside Varun Dhawan, Anil Kapoor, and Kiara Advani. In the picture, we could see Neetu ji's back, as she could be seen sitting in front of a mirror while a stylist was getting her ready for her shot. For the uninitiated, this is the first movie Neetu ji has signed after the demise of her husband, Rishi Kapoor but the actress had clearly stated that she is a little bit scared for this new beginning. Her emotional caption could be read as "Back on set after so many years. To new beginnings and the magic of the movies. I feel YOUR love and presence. From mom to Kapoor Sahab, to Ranbir always being with me .. now I find myself all by myself, feeling a little scared, but I know you are always with me. #JugJuggJeeyo #RnR." Take a look:
Time and again, Neetu ji had remembered her late husband, Rishi ji and had melted our hearts with her emotional posts on her social media handles. For instance, on June 28, 2020, Neetu ji had posted a throwback picture with her eternal love, Rishi ji. In the picture, we could see Rishi ji in a formal suit while Neetu ji had donned a pink-colour ensemble. Alongside it, she had written a teary-eyed caption, and it could be read as "Big or small We all have a battle to fight in our heads you may have a huge house with all the luxuries and still be unhappy whereas having nothing n be the happiest it's all a state of mind !! All one needs is a strong mind n hope for a better tmrw !!! Live with gratitude, hope, work hard! Value your loved ones as that's your biggest wealth." (Also Read: Amitabh Bachchan Shares A Collage Of Pictures To Wish His Angel Aaradhya Bachchan On 9th Birthday)
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