Late last night, Mr Kapoor tweeted:
Another thing. I am Not and repeat NOT Ranbirs Post Box that you can drop messages or post them. Thank you,I remain yours truly-Rishi Kapoor— rishi kapoor (@chintskap) April 21, 2015
Just in case you didn't get it:
Earlier yesterday, a disgruntled Mr Kapoor issued a reminder a reminder that his son was not on social media. Ranbir Kapoor's closest encounter with Twitter so far has been a promotional appearance in January that was put out like the briefest of candles in just 24 hours. Some fans, it appears, are having trouble with this:
Hello friends.This is Ranbirs dad. Just want to state that he's not on any social platform whatsoever so please don't get fooled by any dupe— rishi kapoor (@chintskap) April 21, 2015
That message was important to those fans of his who still believe that he is on Twitter. I get requests and complaints regarding him. Sorry!— rishi kapoor (@chintskap) April 21, 2015
In between Ranbir-related utterances, the 62-year-old actor tweeted (and was tweeted to) about sweaters.
Sweaters.It was a passionate collection,over a period of time,which I used in films without repeating.This info for fans inquiring about it.— rishi kapoor (@chintskap) April 21, 2015
Example of sweater:
Sweaters were discussed threadbare:
@chintskap my granny used to knit sweater n every now n then she got orders for ones in your movies. This one from Heena was most difficult— Sandeep Patil (@pppsandeep) April 21, 2015
@chintskap i liked all of ur Sweaters/Woolens in films like Chandini, Henna, Deewana etc. i used buy and wear them just because of you!— Zulfiqar Ali Ahmed (@cypherrz) April 21, 2015
@chintskap sweaters were ur trademark and after that even anil kapoor used to follow that.— deepak (@drdeepak1382) April 21, 2015
Rishi Kapoor was last seen as Sonam Kapoor's father in 2014's Bewakoofiyaan. Ranbir stars in the upcoming period piece Bombay Velvet .