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Rishi Kapoor is penning an autobiography that is going to release soon.
Wait, you aren't excited about this news? That means you are not aware of how Rishiji is ruling over Twitter with his sardonic tweets and jokes, that spares no one. Ask Alia Bhatt or Sonakshi Sinha, who have been 'victims' of his innocent sense of humour, or the Gandhis for his acerbic rants. In fact his tweets about Gandhis having everything named after them created so much furore that some Congress workers even named a toilet after him. He is also known to have gone loggerheads with Kamaal R Khan, the self-professed critic who gave us Deshdrohi.
Rishi Kapoor is brutally honest when it comes to his views; he can even discuss his personal life if you give him the right kind of nudge. So when he is penning an autobiography, you can be sure there will be enough masala to last a lifetime. And then there are rumours that he will dedicate one entire chapter to his son, Ranbir Kapoor. Now that should be a scary thought, well, not for us, but for Ranbir, shouldn't it?
After all, it was Rishi Kapoor who once blurted out he has no clue about the number of girls who visit Ranbir at their house.
During an interview with senior journalist Rajeev Masand, Ranbir was asked whether he was scared of his father's autobiography. To which he admits that he is a bit scared of that idea (he had no clue there was a chapter dedicated to him). He, however said that though Rishi Kapoor is fierce and on the front foot about everything, he has always been protective about Ranbir. So he is sure that his father will go a little easy with him, as Ranbir is his kryptonite, his weakness.
He also revealed that even if Rishi Kapoor wants to say anything to him, he will pass on the message through his mother, Neetu Singh.
Watch the interview here...
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