Rishi Kapoor’s autobiography to be released early next year, which he has written in collaboration with a senior entertainment journalist promises to be as explosive and controversial as his statements generally are.
In fact biographies from Bollywood are known to gloss over the truth. And Rishi, who is known to call a spade a spade, won’t have any lies and half-truths in his autobiography.
Apparently, he won’t mince words in the book about the various women he has dated.
According to a close friend of the yesteryears’ heart-throb, “He has taken his wife’s permission to be as truthful as possible about the women in his life. If you remember, when the iconic actress Vyjanthimala had written her memoirs she had dismissed all the reports of her relationship with Rishi’s father the great Raj Kapoor as a publicity stunt for their film together Sangam. Rishi had slammed the veteran actress calling her a liar and a home-wrecker. If he can be so frank about his father’s relationship you can imagine how truthful he would be about his own relationships?”
All Rishi Kapoor will say about his autobiography is, “I’ll be as honest as possible.”
Actresses whom Rishi has befriended in his heydays are biting their nails. If not consulting their lawyers.