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Shashi Kapoor : During shooting, Tiger attacked Rakhi, Shashi Kapoor saved his life in this way

Shashi Kapoor

Recalling the moments Rakhi spent with Shashi Kapoor during the film Shy,

Rakhi told a website that ‘To be honest, she did not need a makeup man. His look was already so much improved. He was very handsome. I learned a lot from him while shying.

The yesteryear actress Rakhi is away from films. However, his daughter Meghna Gulzar is making a lot of names in the direction of the direction.

Rakhi was one of the top actresses in the 70s. In the Hindi film industry, he stepped out of his life.

His second film was Shy in which the hero was Shashi Kapoor. Rakhi and Shashi Kapoor were well-liked in the film.

So let’s tell such an interesting anecdote of both.

Rashi’s life was also saved by Shashi Kapoor while shooting for a film. Rakhi says that ‘Yes they had saved my life and think of a tiger’.

I was filming animals and humans with him. A tiger ran after me and I fell into a pit. ‘

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‘Shashi immediately dragged me out of there. Then the tiger jumped into the pit. He had tape on his mouth, but imagine if he fell on me.

After some time we came to know that he died due to a wrong jump. To be honest, I did not want to do that film but Shashi had convinced me.

I was not comfortable during the shoot but somehow I did it only for him.

Rakhi did the film Shy, Kabhi, Kala Patthar, Shaan, Trishul, and another man with Shashi Kapoor.

Let us tell you that Rakhi used to be the heartbeat of millions of hearts, now her look has changed a lot.

She occasionally appears in a public event.

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