Bollywood's first superstar Rajesh Khanna breathed his last on July 18 at his residence in Mumbai. He was 69 and is survived by his estranged wife Dimple Kapadia and two daughters Twinkle and Rinke.
Late superstar Rajesh Khanna's bungalow will reportedly be converted into a museum as per his daughters' wish.
The Bollywood's first superstar was laid to rest at the Vile Parle crematorium on July 19.
From the dizzying heights of fame to quiet shadows behind the arclights, Rajesh Khanna's life had a theatrical sweep.
A day before India's beloved superstar breathed his last, his ladylove Anita Advani sent a legal notice to his family members, to prevent her eviction from the deceased actor's palatial Carter Road residence
If there was one person continuously guarding Rajesh Khanna's health during his last days, it was Dimple Kapadia.
This was not even just about being autograph hunted. It was more intimate and up-close. Rajesh Khanna seemed to reach out to every woman's private fantasy.
He may not have done a Tamil movie, but Rajesh Khanna was a celebrity in his own right in Chennai, which he visited frequently.