His death created a saddening atmosphere for all Bollywood fans.
Britains public broadcaster BBC goofed up while showing a report on the death of Bollywood actor Shashi Kapoor but later apologised for its mistake. Paul Royall the editor of the program immediately apologized on Twitter for the mistake made, but it was too late for that. Because we brown people all look the same...
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Many Bollywood celebs attended his funeral to pay their last respects to the star while some expressed their grief over the social media platforms. Now, that's what we call a thorough professional!
But the error was criticized by some of the corporation's own stars on social media.
Paliwal also recalls an earlier visit of the actor to Haridwar in the first half of 1950s, when Shashi Kapoor accompanied his father Prithvi Raj, brothers Raj Kapoor and Shammi Kapoor had come for enactment of a theatrical presentation at Chitra Talkies near Shiv Moorti square. It's poor when it would have taken them seconds to verify. "Not our usual standards and I apologise for any upset".
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While Randhir Kapoor confirmed the news, the other celebrities from the Kapoor family have not reacted to Shashi Kapoor's death.
Aasmah Mir, who presents Saturday Live on BBC Radio 4, said she was "really annoyed" by the error.
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