Rishi Kapoor says he doesn't like to be called Chintoo: parents should never nickname a child, I never did
Rishi Kapoor He has often expressed his dislike for nicknames and did not like to be called Chintoo. Once again, expressing his agony, the veteran actor took Twitter to share, “Worked very hard to get Rishi Kapoor back as my name! Parents must never nick name a child. I never did. ”The veteran actor also shared a black and white throwback picture instead he is snapped in a cap which announces‘ Chintoo ’as his nick name.
Worked very hard to get Rishi Kapoor back as my name! Parents must never nick name a child. I never did. - Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) 1575481255000
Revealing the story behind his nick name, Rishi Kapoor had told PTI, “It was something created ever since infancy. When my brother Randhir Kapoor When he was in school, he found a poem that had the following lines: 'Chote Se Chintu Miya, Lambi Si Pooch. Jaha Jaye Chintu Miya, Waha Jaye Pooch '. As I was the youngest and newborn, Chintu became my nickname.
Back after his cancer treatment, Rishi Kapoor is excited to face the camera. The 67 year old actor will be seen in debutant director Hitesh Bhatia’s untitled film, which I had started shooting for in Delhi last year. However, owning to his treatment Rishi Kapor cut short the schedule, but will now return to shoot in Mumbai.
https://t.co/XUkChpIU47 - Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) 1575481461000