'I really miss Shammi-ji. He was a boon to our film. It is only love that he has left us with. He left so much happiness behind. I do miss him,' Ranbir told reporters here Tuesday.
The actor was here to unveil the poster of his upcoming film 'Rockstar'. He was accompanied by director Imtiaz Ali.
Shammi Kapoor, known as the dancing star of the 1950s and 1960s, revolutionised the image of Hindi film heroes with his carefree attitude and flamboyance. The legendary actor, who breathed his last Aug 14, is said to have a short but prominent role in 'Rockstar'.
The film, slated for a Nov 11 release, is about a young super-successful musician, and his tryst with love. The film also stars debutant Nargis Fakhri as Ranbir's love interest.
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Shammiji you are missed every single day..And yes Ranbir is correct that you have left so much love behind for us that we are getting time only to cherish and relish that love and not to cry that you left us..I love you Shammiji and will always do.. MISS YOU!!!
Edited on:20 September 2011 at 4:13pm
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