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Rishi Kapoor exchanges praises with Pakistani actress

NEWS DESK: After his tweet praising Priya Prakash Varrier that many people found creepy, Indian veteran actor Rishi Kapoor sent out a welcome message on Twitter by exchanging praises with a Pakistani actress.  It began with Eshal Fayyaz, a Pakistani actor whose drama serial ‘Tabeer’ is airing today, when she tweeted about ‘102 not out’,...

SAMAA | - Posted: Feb 20, 2018 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Feb 20, 2018 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
Rishi Kapoor exchanges praises with Pakistani actress

NEWS DESK: After his tweet praising Priya Prakash Varrier that many people found creepy, Indian veteran actor Rishi Kapoor sent out a welcome message on Twitter by exchanging praises with a Pakistani actress. 

It began with Eshal Fayyaz, a Pakistani actor whose drama serial ‘Tabeer’ is airing today, when she tweeted about ‘102 not out’, a movie featuring Rishi Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan. She wrote: “‘102 not out’ is a sentimental combination of the two finest actors of the Indian cinema”.

Interestingly, she had not tagged Rishi Kapoor in her. Nevertheless, he retweeted her message, thanking her. “Thank you Eshal. Are you not the famous Pakistani actor Eshal Fayyaz? Good luck to you for your career!” he wrote.

Eshal returned his praise with gratitude. “Thank you for warm wishes.appreciate it @chintskap,” she wrote.

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