A prayer meet held in remembrance of actor Vinod Khanna on Wednesday night was attended by an absolute crowd of celebrities - the turnout pleased Rishi Kapoor, who is no longer upset with 'today's so called stars'
Amitabh Bachchan, who co-starred with Vinod Khanna in cult Bollywood films like Reshma Aur Shera, Hera Pheri, Parvarish and Muqaddar Ka Sikander, arrived with his family - daughter Shweta and son Abhishek
Rishi Kapoor, who changed his display picture on Twitter to honour late actor Vinod Khanna, shared a picture with him from their film Eena Meena Deeka
In 2014, Vinod Khanna had met Shakeel Waheedullah, General Secretary of the Cultural Heritage Council Khyber Pakhtunwa, as part of a cultural delegation. "In his autograph, Mr Khanna extended his good wishes to people of Peshawar and expressed a desire to visit his ancestral city," Mr Waheedullah said
Vinod Khanna debuted as a villain in 1968's Man Ka Meet, starring Sunil Dutt, and made his last film appearance in 2015's Dilwale, starring Shah Rukh Khan
"Right from films to politics, Vinod Khanna and I sailed together," wrote Shatrughan Sinha while Hema Malini wrote: "Sad loss today of a wonderful human being, a classy actor and a dear friend and co-star"
For Vinod Khanna, Rishi Kapoor also edited the biography section on Twitter. It now reads: "Good Bye Vinod Khanna, RIP" (with a tearful emoticon)
Vinod Khanna appeared in several films with Sanjay Dutt's father Sunil Dutt, including 1968's Man Ka Meet. "It is saddening to hear of the demise of Vinod Khanna ji. I have watched him as a child and throughout my life was always fascinated by his style and charisma," said Sanjay Dutt
The real tragedy of Vinod Khanna's professional life was that he rarely got a chance to showcase his talent as the lead
Vinod Khanna, who died on Thursday, began what was to be a tremendously successful career in films playing negative roles in films such as Purab Aur Paschim and Mera Gaon Mera Desh
Amitabh Bachchan and Vinod Khanna made several films together - from Reshma Aur Shera and Hera Pheri to Parvarish and Muqaddar Ka Sikander
Mahesh Bhatt, who directed the actor in his 1979 film Lahu Ke Do Rang and also became a follower of spiritual guru Osho at the same time Mr Khanna did in the Eighties