#FunFact: Neetu Kapoor Used Hairdresser's Hand To Pose For Cover
Neetu Kapoor has shared an anecdote on how she used her hairdresser's hand to pose for a cover.
Neetu shared the photograph of the yesteryears' cover shot by ace photographer Rakesh Shrestha, who is the father of Rohan Shrestha.
She captioned it: "#Funfact Rakesh Shrestha ace photographer (Rohan Shrestha's dad) had a cover concept... face with red lipstick and red nails! Since My nails were short we used my hair dressers hand.... the hand posture looks so weird."
Neetu, who is married to actor Rishi Kapoor, is known for films like "Do Dooni Char", "Kabhie Kabhie", "Amar Akbar Anthony" and "The Great Gambler" among many others. The veteran actress, who returned to India after eleven months, penned a heartfelt note on social media. She went to the US for her husband Rishi Kapoor's cancer treatment.
Neetu Singh, who provided rocksteady support to Rishi while he was undergoing treatment in NYC, shared a heart-warming post on Instagram about her experience. "Where did the last 11 months go ?? Was a long road !!! It was a phase that teaches and changes you a lot," the caption for the post read.
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Rishi and Neetu returned to India on September 10 after a span of over 11 months. Several Bollywood celebs including Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar, Vicky Kaushal, Deepika Padukone, Aamir Khan, Priyanka Chopra visited the couple whenever they were in New York.
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(With inputs added in IANS copy)
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