Rishi Kapoor calls cartoon on RK Studio fire ‘sick humour’

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Actor Rishi Kapoor has reacted angrily to a cartoon published in a Mumbai newspaper on the recent fire at the iconic RK Studio.

Kapoor, who’s know for his outspoken nature on social media, wrote, “This is bad. We take objection to this kind of depraved sick humour.”

The cartoon appears to show Raj Kapoor, Rishi Kapoor’s father, while captioning, ‘Fire is a good omen.. In my life, it all started with AAG.’

A fire had broken out at Mumbai’s famous RK Studio on Saturday afternoon. Six fire tenders and five water tankers were pressed into service to douse the flames.

Reacting to the fire, Kapoor had tweeted, “Sad A major fire broke out at RK StudiosWe have lost the iconic Stage 1 Thankfully no casualties nor injuries. All your concerns appreciated. A Studio can be built again but the loss of the irreplaceable memorabilia and costumes of all RK Films,is tragic for all. Fire took it away.”

The fire at RK Studio had also damaged the ground floor, which was being used as the sets for the dance reality show, Super Dancer Season 2. Located in Chembur, RK Studio was founded by Kapoor’s father, Raj Kapoor, in 1948. Aag was the first Bollywood movie that came from RK Studio.



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