The '102 Not Out' actor told Mid-day,"Taxi drivers don't take money, they only want a selfie with me."
"Once I was at a restaurant, which had several Bangladeshi waiters. Each of them came and greeted me. One of the American staff members thought I was an ex waiter there, which is why the staff was talking to me. They were so embarrassed, but I laughed all the way back home."
The actor shared that he hopes to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi with his family on September 2. He was quoted as saying by the daily, "Celebrating Ganpati is a family tradition. So, I am hoping to be part of it."
"I miss eating pomfret; it's not available here. I also miss the soft homemade chapatis. You get all sorts of naan and rotis, but those soft chapatis made of chakki ka atta are something else", he was quoted as saying in the same interview.
It's been almost a year now that Rishi Kapoor is in New York for his cancer treatment. Recently, the veteran actor revealed that he is finally in remission - meaning cancer-free and now, it's homecoming time for him.
Recently while speaking with a leading daily, Rishi revealed an interesting incident where the staff members of a restaurant mistook him for some waiter as they were clueless about him being an actor.
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