|Died||30 April 2020 (aged 67)|
|Occupation||Actor, producer, director,Owner Of R.K. Films|
|Spouse(s)||Neetu Kapoor (1980–2020)|
|Relatives||See Kapoor family|
Rishi Kapoor (4 September 1952 – 30 April 2020) was an Indian actor, director and producer. He was known for his work in Hindi cinema. He won the National Film Award for his debut role as a child artist in his father Raj Kapoor's 1970 movie Mera Naam Joker (1970).
In 2018, Kapoor was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer, and therefore, he went to New York City for treatment and then went back to India after a successful year of treatment. However, he was hospitalized on April 29, 2020 due to breathing difficulties and died of respiratory failure caused by cancer at a hospital in Mumbai on 30 April 2020, aged 67.
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