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D-Day Director Nikkhil Advani Has Special Message On The Demise Of Irrfan Khan & Rishi Kapoor

Rishi Kapoor and Irrfan Khan had shared the screen space in Nikkhil Advani’s D-Day and the picture of them together is making rounds on the internet. Amid the viral picture, Nikkhil shared a special message on the demise of the two legendary stars.

Bollywood industry has been doomed by the loss of two legendary actors- Rishi Kapoor and Irrfan Khan. It was only yesterday that B-town was mourning the death of Irrfan Khan that it got hit by the sad news of Rishi Kapoor passing away today morning. Both the credible actors lost their long hard battle against cancer and departed for heavenly abode. The news of the stars passing away has shaken the entertainment fraternity.

For the unversed, Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor shared the screen space in the 2013 Nikkhil Advani directedD-Day’. The picture of the two from the movie is making rounds on the internet making everyone miss the two superstars even more.

Meanwhile, the director of ‘D-Day’ Nikkhil Advani took to Twitter and shared the same picture with a heartfelt caption. He wrote, “At least one thing is for sure. There will be jashan in the heavens tonight.”

Nikkhil further added, “No one treated me with the respect an actor gives a director more than you did, that too being who you were. You were my friend sir. I’m sitting, remembering and just chuckling, laughing. Waiting for your booming voice to say “boy… make me one more drink!” #RishiKapoor #RIP.”

Many other celebs and fan pages are sharing the same picture on social media with really sweet captions to pay tribute to the versatile actors.

Speaking of Rishi Kapoor, the 67-year old late actor debuted in Bollywood in 1973 with a romantic film ‘Bobby’. The veteran actor was not only a perfect fit for the romantic role but also played the grey characters with the same ease.

Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor’s absence will surely be felt in the B-town and their films will forever be cherished.

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