Rishi Kapoor was on a Twitter break, but is now back. The veteran actor says he missed all the fun and fights on the social networking site. "Hello all. Just to let you know I am back on Twitter after 23 days. Missed you, the fun and fights," Rishi tweeted on Sunday.
Hello all. Just to let you know I am back on Twitter after 23 days. Missed you,the fun and fights!— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) April 22, 2018
Before this, he had posted on Twitter on March 29.
The actor uses the medium to share his views -- and sometimes got into trouble for speaking without any filter.
For instance, he was criticised for posting a lewd tweet on politician Hillary Clinton, faced flak for posting an indecent video involving a child, and created a stir with his tweet about former cricketer Sourav Ganguly's shirtless act while also cheering for the Indian women's cricket team.
On the work front, he is looking forward to the release of "102 Not Out". He will be seen with megastar Amitabh Bachchan after 27 years.
Umesh Shukla's "102 Not Out" will present the relationship between a 102-year-old father, essayed by Big B, and his 75-year-old son (Rishi).
Rishi Kapoor was all praise for Big B and said, “"He (Bachchan) should not get money for acting, he doesn't act, he is a natural. When someone reacts like this, it makes our job easy. He is a great actor," Kapoor told reporters at the song launch of 'Badoomba', which Bachchan has sung.
The two actors have worked in several hits such as "Amar Akbar Anthony", "Coolie" and "Kabhi Kabhie", among others.
Bachchan said he was grateful to his co-artistes who helped him better his performance.
"It is great to work with Jimit, he is a huge success story. If you appreciate my work, the credit goes to my co-artistes, our performance is a reflection of their performance," Bachchan said.
(With IANS Inputs)