Amul's tribute to late actor Shashi Kapoor is unmissable-See Pic

Katrina Kaif dedicates heartfelt post to late veteran actor Shashi Kapoor

Why is BBC being accused of Racism by Bollywood Fans?

Bollywood and the entire country are still reeling from the demise of the legendary actor Shashi Kapoor, who passed away on December 4, after a prolonged illness. However, amidst all this something really unexpected happened.

The actor was 79 and was suffering from kidney ailment for past two years.

Images of Bollywood actor Shashi Kapoor's presence at sanctum sanctorum of Braham Kund at Har-Ki-Pauri are still fresh in the mind of teerth purohit stan Times. Shashi Kapoor loved cricket more than he loved films and was often spotted at global games featuring his nation. They too, later apologised.

This video brought about severe criticism for the news channel.

But the error was criticised by some of the corporation's own stars on social media. Adil Ray, creator and co-writer of BBC One's Citizen Khan tweeted, "Someone at the BBC thought the brown person in this VT is the same person".

While Randhir Kapoor confirmed the news, the other celebrities from the Kapoor family have not reacted to Shashi Kapoor's death. It's poor when it would have taken them seconds to verify. "Not our usual standards and I apologize for any upset".

It's quite unfortunate when such things happen as everybody gets a topic to start trolling.

Meanwhile, Bollywood actor Katrina Kaif also posted a heartfelt message on her Facebook account, saying, "Immortalising an era of classic cinema, a legend leaves us with precious memories".

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