Rajiv Kapoor Demise: Shah Rukh Khan arrives at Kapoor residence to pay his last respects; PHOTOS

Shah Rukh Khan arrived on Tuesday evening at the Kapoor residence and was snapped stepping out of his car as he greeted the family.
Rajiv Kapoor Demise: Shah Rukh Khan arrives at Kapoor residence to pay his last respects; PHOTOS
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A bevy of Bollywood celebrities arrived at the Kapoor family residence on Tuesday to pay their last respects to Rajiv Kapoor who passed away due to a cardiac arrest. One of them was actor Shah Rukh Khan who arrived in the evening at the Kapoor residence. SRK was snapped stepping out of his car as he greeted the family. 

Just before SRK could arrive, Ranbir Kapoor's girlfriend and actress Alia Bhatt also arrived at the residence. Alia was vacationing in the Maldives with her friends. However, the actress seems to have cut short her holiday as she rushed back to Mumbai on Tuesday. Take a look at SRK's photos at the Kapoor residence below:

Rajiv Kapoor passed away at the age of 58 due to massive cardiac arrest and was rushed to a hospital by brother Randhir Kapoor. The latter told TOI, "I have lost my youngest brother, Rajiv. He is no more. The doctors tried their best but could not save him." 

Neetu Kapoor also confirmed the news on social media as she shared his photo captioning it 'RIP'. Netizens flooded social media as they remembered Rajiv Kapoor for his work in films like Ram Teri Ganga Maili. Celebs like Akshay Kumar, Madhuri Dixit and Sanjay Dutt also took to social media to mourn the demise of Rajiv Kapoor. 

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Anonymous 2 months ago

SRK is the best khan

Anonymous 2 months ago

SRK provides lip service via Instagram or Twitter for actors like SSR. But goes out of his way to be in person for rich folks !!! Hypocrisy at its best.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Get a Grip!

Anonymous 2 months ago

Only 20 persons were allowed for SSR's funeral due to pandemic and lockdown restrictions. His demise was in June 2020 , so pl stop such nonsensical comparisons.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Bollywood men in their 50s dressed up like teenagers ! Shame on all these clowns who ignored SSR. Karma will get them one by one !!!!

Anonymous 2 months ago

This whole 'justice for ssr' thing is getting boring

Anonymous 2 months ago

why didnt this i d i ot visit sushant funerak

Anonymous 2 months ago

55 year old dressing like he is 20.

Anonymous 2 months ago

Why you have obligation to this, you are just writing the comments, this is just critsize to other people

Anonymous 2 months ago

gorgeous man

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