Rishi Kapoor Unleashed His Wrath At Bollywood For Skipping Vinod Khanna's Funeral For Priyanka Chopra's Party

"When I die, I must be prepared. None will shoulder me."

One of Bollywood's favourite stars, Vinod Khanna, passed away on Thursday in Mumbai. He was reportedly suffering from bladder cancer.

As the Indian film industry mourned the death of veteran star on Thursday, his Amar Akbar Anthony co-star was extremely angry to see that none of the "young" actors were present at the funeral in Mumbai.

Kapoor, who is known for mincing no words on his social media posts took to the micro-blogging site and slammed the new generation stars for not turning up to pay their last respects at veteran actor Vinod Khanna's funeral.

Calling it shameful, Kapoor tweeted, "Shameful. Not ONE actor of this generation attended Vinod Khanna's funeral. And that too he has worked with them. Must learn to respect."

Shameful. Not ONE actor of this generation attended Vinod Khanna's funeral. And that too he has worked with them. Must learn to respect.

— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) April 27, 2017

Angry and disappointed, Kapoor expressed that he'd share the same fate after he's gone.

Calling them "chamcha", Kapoor also criticised a number of people who turned up at a late night party thrown by actor Priyanka Chopra.

Angry. Met so many chamcha people last night at Priyanka Chopra's do last night. Few at Vinod's. So fuckn transparent. So angry with them.

— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) April 27, 2017

He also clarified in one of his tweets that his wife Neetu Kapoor and son Ranbir Kapoor were out of country and hence missed the actor's funeral.

Yes it has been expressed earlier on social media my wife and Ranbir are out of the country. Would never had been reason not to be there

— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) April 27, 2017

Having arrived on the scene in the late 1960s, Khanna soon made his a mark in the film industry, featuring in iconic films such as Amar Akbar Anthony, The Burning Train, Qurbani, and Mere Apne. He acted in a total of 146 movies and won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Haath Ki Safai in 1975.

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