Right now, Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor have been staying in United States for medical treatment of the Mulk actor. Before leaving for treatment, Rishi Kapoor has announced it on Twitter last September. Kapoor and Sons actor has said that he has been taking a break after years of work. At the same time, it has been told that he has leaving for US for medical treatmwent along with his wife Neetu Kapoor. Some reports have published during the time saying that Rishi Kapoor has been suffering from blood cancer. However, Rishi Kapoor has not disclosed anything about the disease in details during the time. Recently, director Rahul Rawail has revealed that Rishi Kapoor is free from cancer.
By coming to Facebook, director has posted a picture with Rishi Kapoor. Hearing the good news about the health of the actor, fans are certainly very happy. It is believed that Rishi Kapoor has kept secret about his cancer for personal reasons. However, he has been talking about his journey with cancer now openly. During an interview, Rishi Kapoor has said “My eighth month of treatment started on May 1 in the US. But God has been kind! I am in remission, meaning now I am cancer-free.”
On the occasion, Rishi Kapoor has also disclosed the fact that he will be going through a transplant of bone marrow and a round of regular check-ups before returning home in India. Rishi has praised his wife Neetu Kapoor immensely at the time as she has always stayed with him. Rishi Kapoor has said “I will have to do a bone-marrow transplant which in all probability should take another two months minimum. Being in remission is a big thing and it’s all because of my family and my fans prayers and duas that have worked. I thank them all. Neetu has stood by me like a rock. Otherwise, I am too difficult a person to handle as far as food and drink are concerned.”
Rishi Kapoor has spoken pretty emotionally about his kids also. He has said “My kids Ranbir and Riddhima have really shouldered my problems. A person like me who has never had patience, this is God’s way to teach me patience. Getting well is a slow procedure. But it makes you grateful for the gift of life.”