Veteran Bollywood beauty Neetu Kapoor, on October 02, shared a sincere post for her loving and dear mother-in-law, Krishna Raj Kapoor, wife of legendary Bollywood actor Raj Kapoor, who left for the heavenly abode on 1st October.
Whilst the whole Kapoor khandan got together to attend the funeral of to the 87-year-old, but Rishi Kapoor was visible with his absence because a few days back, he had left for USA for his medical treatment.
As we told you, the mom and son Neetu Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor are also in the USA together with Rishi Kapoor, and consequently, could not pay last respects to Krishna Raj Kapoor.
Mrs. Rishi Kapoor shared an adorable image on her personal Insta handle where both saas-bahu can be seen full of smiles.
Neetu penned, “She was such a huge influence in my life, admired her elegance Wit Generosity Warmth !!! She will always stay in my heart #noonelikeher#besthumanbieng #lovedher#bestfriend…”
Not just this, on the time of Rishi Kapoor’s birthday, Neetu Kapoor shared a delightfully cute picture of her hubby with Krishna Ji and it undoubtedly conveys us that Neetu Kapoor shared a great bond with her.
She wrote, “His love n devotion for his mother and God is unimaginable !!! He will have his mother n gods blessings always Happy Birthday”.
The majority of Bollywood biggies were there at the cremation of Krishna Kapoor, from Big B, Aamir Khan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Alia Bhatt, Kajol to Karan Johar.
Raj Kapoor tied the nuptial knot to Krishna Malhotra during May 1946, a match arranged by their families. The pair has five kids comprising three sons-actors Randhir Kapoor, Rishi, and Rajiv Kapoor, and two daughters Ritu Nanda and Rima Jain.
In an interview, Rima Jain had disclosed her dad’s first meeting with mom. She said, “His ‘woman in white’ fascination can be traced to my mother. He had gone to see her as a prospective bride along with Premnath uncle (the late actor was Krishna’s brother). There from the window he saw a young girl in a white saree with mogras in her hair, playing the sitar. That was my mother Krishna taking music lessons. Being an artiste, he reacted to the visual. He was reminded of Goddess Saraswati. The image of the ‘lady in white’ stayed in his mind and was later seen in his films. My mother always wore white and had a flower in her hair.”