Rishi Kapoor is currently in New York for the treatment of cancer and he is missing home badly, he revealed in a recent interview. The actor who is in New York from the last nine months said that there was one treatment 'still left to be done'. He also announced that he won't come to Mumbai before the end of August.
Talking about his health Rishi Kapoor told to tabloid, “The cancer is in remission, but I am still under treatment.” The actor told that there was a huge gap between six months between one treat to next. That's why he won't be able to live a normal life like what he used to live in Mumbai rather than in New York.
Rishi Kapoor opened up about the support he got from his family, and said, “It has been a difficult time, very taxing, but Neetu (wife), and my children (Ranbir and Riddhima) have been very supportive. I am waiting to come back and raring to get going.”
“My son [Ranbir] literally forced me into the aircraft and flew here [to New York] with me. The acceptance comes gradually,” Rishi Kapoor told a leading daily.
He also revealed in the same interview that he lost 26 KG and had no appetite for the first four months. But now he has gained 6-7 KG as he health has improved.
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