‘Why do people remember an actor when they are not alive?’ Shakti Kapoor gets emotional while talking about late Kader Khan

An eminent writer and actor Kader Khan breathed his last on December 31, 2018. The industry grieved his death and remembered him. Now it seems Shakti Kapoor feels only after an actor has passed away, people feel the need to talk about his achievements and feats. Speaking to Hindustan Times, Kapoor said, “I have spent half my acting career with Kader Khan – we did over 100 films together, the maximum any two co-stars have done together. Now that he is gone, the film industry has been thinking about him. Why do people remember an actor when they are not alive? Why can’t they say something nice when the person is working or when they are sick or when they are struggling? They only start talking about an actor when they are no more and they are not around to hear it all.”

Shakti Kapoor also spoke about how he was lonely in his last few days. He revealed, “When Kader Khan was not working for the last decade and was suffering, nobody was very concerned about him. Why was he left so lonely? And why are actors left so alone when they are sick or not doing too well? Kader Khan was financially very secure but very lonely because when he was sick, not many people visited him or spent time with him. He was left alone with his family.”

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