Veteran Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor, who is currently in the US undergoing treatment for cancer, recently opened up about his battle. The actor is on his road for recovery as he confirms that the cancer is in remission and he needs a few more weeks before returning back to Mumbai. He had lost 26 kg as he had no appetite for the first four months of his treatment. The actor flew to New York in late 2018 for a medical treatment for an undisclosed illness with his wife, Neetu Kapoor, keeping his fans in suspense.
In an exclusive interview with Mumbai Mirror, the 66-years-old informs his fans that he has one treatment left in New York, after which he will be able to plan his return.View this post on Instagram
Rishi Kapoor reveals, “I had lost 26 kg as I had no appetite for the first four months. Now, I have gained seven-eight kg. I don’t want to look too lean, but I haven’t gone back to my original self either. Thank God for that.” On being asked about his return to Mumbai, he said that he has to be there for 11 months, so he will not be back before the end of August. It’s been a very difficult time, but his wife and his children have been very supportive.View this post on Instagram
“I am hoping that I can plan an end-August return but all this talk that I will be back in early September for my birthday, is again nothing but speculation,” he adds. On the workfront, Rishi Kapoor will be next seen in Smeep Kang’s ‘Jhootha Kahin Ka’ along with Omkar Kapoor, Sunny Singh, Jimmy Sheirgill, Lillete Dubey and Manoj Joshi in the lead. The movie is slated to release on July 19.View this post on Instagram