Rishi Kapoor objects to reporters during a launch of a book on Raj Kapoor

Rishi Kapoor allegedly slammed media persons who were attending a book launch event.

Rishi Kapoor on Thursday dusk objected to a participation of reporters during a launch of a book on his late father, a mythological Raj Kapoor.

What was ostensible to be a special event, graced by a 5 children of Raj Kapoor, incited out to be a formidable evening. Rishi Kapoor, who stepped out of a washroom adjacent to a venue of a book release, asked 3 reporters watchful to enter: “aap record kaun hain”.

On certification being presented, he walked off, muttering “muft ki daru…”. His personal confidence arrived and asked a 3 reporters to accompany them out of a hall. They said: “Mr Kapoor doesn’t wish we guys here, greatfully leave.”

A deputy of a publisher, who had arrived during a spot, requested that Kapoor’s personal confidence staff be oral to.

The ITC Maurya confidence in-charge resisted, saying: “You know how Rishi Kapoor is. He has combined a stage during a hotel twice in a past.”

The publicist from HarperCollins apologised while also adding that there are a lot of other stakeholders in such events that engage celebrities. “Please come in, squeeze a splash or two,” he said, 20 mins after a eventuality had begun.

Rishi Kapoor, 65, was in Delhi to launch a book on his father Raj Kapoor on his 93rd birth anniversary. The book is authored by his sister Ritu Nanda. At a book launch, all 5 of Raj Kapoor’s children were present.

This correspondent, however, chose to leave.

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