Recently, the entire Bollywood gathered at the funeral ceremony of Krishna Raj Kapoor, the beautiful wife of Late actor Raj Kapoor. While the Kapoor Khandan couldn’t stop weeping and wiping their tears on the day, the one who was emotionally struck was Neetu Kapoor.
She wrote a heartfelt letter: “She was such a huge influence in my life. Admired her elegance wit, generosity warmth.” Neetu Kapoor, who couldn’t attend the funeral ceremony as she was in the States. Her husband Rishi Kapoor is undergoing a treatment in the international country and that is why they couldn’t join the family in the tough time.
Krishna Raj Kapoor’s elder son Randhir Kapoor confirmed that his mother died of a cardiac arrest. This is what he said: “My mother passed away at about 5 am today due to cardiac arrest… Old age was another factor. We are deeply saddened by her demise.” Randhir Kapoor performed the last rites at the Kapoor Bungalow in Pali Hills, which was congregated by the Bollywood A-listers including Karan Johar, Ayan Mukerji, Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, etc.
About the background, it was in 1946 that Krishna Malhotra married Raj Kapoor and had five children – Randhir Kapoor, Rishi Kapoor, Rajiv Kapoor, Ritu Nanda, and Rima Jain. Their grandchildren like Karisma Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor are known to one and all.
Other actors took to Twitter to share their feelings for the deceased. Here is what went on Twitter:
Here is what Amir Khan wrote on Twitter and revealed exactly what he felt – “If Raj Kapoor was an institution in filmmaking, Krishnaji was an institution in living life. A very sad loss to all of us. My love and warmth to Randhirji, Rishiji, Chimpuji, Reema, Rituji and everyone in the family. We love you Krishnaji.”
If Raj Kapoor was an institution in film making, Krishnaji was an institution in living life.
A very sad loss to all of us.
My love and warmth to Randhirji, Rishiji, Chimpuji, Reema, Rituji and everyone in the family.
We love you Krishnaji.
— Aamir Khan (@aamir_khan) October 1, 2018