Bollywood and the entire country are still reeling from the demise of the legendary actor Shashi Kapoor, who passed away on December 4, after a prolonged illness. The late actor had appeared in around 148 films during his illustrious career.
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Some of the own members and stars of BBC criticized the error made on social media.
Now relating to his death a controversy has emerged as the leading British News Channel BBC wrongly reported Shashi Kapoor's death. It's poor when it would have taken them seconds to verify. They too, later apologized. In his tweet, he wrote, "BBC News at Ten is very sorry wrong images were used to mark the death of Shashi Kapoor. Not our usual standards and I apologise for any upset".
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It's quite unfortunate when such things happen as everybody gets a topic to start trolling. After traditionally completing all the rituals and while the family is still mourning the demise, actor Ranbir Kapoor is adhering to the Kapoor ideology- "The Show Must Go On".
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