This Article is From Aug 11, 2016

You Can Take Back Your RIP Tweet, Rishi Kapoor. Hanif Mohd Isn't Dead

You Can Take Back Your RIP Tweet, Rishi Kapoor. Hanif Mohd Isn't Dead

A file photo of Rishi Kapoor

Highlights

  • Rishi Kapoor posted an RIP tweet for Pakistani cricketer Hanif Mohammad
  • He was revived after being clinically dead for six minutes on Thursday
  • Mr Kapoor hasn't deleted the tweet yet
New Delhi: Pakistani cricketer Hanif Mohammad is reported to have come back from the dead quite literally in a Karachi hospital. The 81-year-old batting legend was revived after being clinically dead for six minutes on Thursday. By then, this RIP tweet had been posted by Rishi Kapoor:
 

He hasn't deleted it yet, despite his followers correcting him repeatedly in the comments thread.

"His heartbeat had stopped for six minutes but the doctors managed to revive his heartbeat back. God has given him a second chance and I just feel this is due to the prayers of his millions of fans and supporters," said Hanif Mohammad's son Shoaib, as reported by news agency PTI.

Rishi Kapoor, 63, is a massive cricket fan, recently posting a series of tweets from the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia.
 
 
 

Last seen in Kapoor And Sons, Mr Kapoor is believed to be reading three scripts currently.