Randhir Kapoor told on Thursday that his Kovid report has come positive. He is currently admitted in Kokilaben Ambani Hospital in Mumbai. His condition is better at the moment. 5 members of Randhir’s staff are also Kovid positive and they are also admitted in this hospital. Randhir has now made a big disclosure in the meantime. He told that he is about to sell his Chembur house where he grew up. When asked Randhir the reason for this, he said that he felt alone after the death of brother Rajiv and now wants to stay with the family.
Randhir said, ‘Rajiv used to live mostly with me. He had a home in Pune, but he lived here for a long time in Mumbai. After Rajiv’s death, I was feeling lonely, so I thought that I should be close to my family now.
Regarding his ancestral house, Randhir said, ‘My parents told me that I can live in this house as much as I can, but the day I sell this house, I will get the money from Rishi, Rajiv, Ritu and Reema. Will have to share together.
Please tell that Randhir has already bought a house in Bandra and he is fully ready. According to reports, Randhir will soon be shifted to a new house.
Kareena and Karisma also got Kovid test done
During this time, Randhir also told that Kareena and Karisma Kapoor had also got the Kovid test done and their report came negative. At present, the whole family is at home on the quarantine.
Randhir and Reema want rights over Rajiv Kapoor’s property
After the death of Rajiv Kapoor, now Randhir and Reema want their rights on their property. The Bombay High Court on Monday, while hearing to resolve the property dispute, had ordered that if Rajiv Kapoor’s property is required, then he should bring it in the papers court which has auditors of Rajiv Kapoor’s divorce.
On this, the family’s counsel argued that Rajiv Kapoor married a woman named Aarti Sabharwal in 2001 and both of them got divorced in 2003. But he has no idea in which family court this divorce happened.
Randhir Kapoor has told the media that his brother Rajiv used to live in Mumbai and used to go to Pune. In such a situation, he does not know where his divorce papers are kept. They are being searched
During the hearing in the High Court, the judge has ordered that the Kapoor family can be exempted from presenting the papers but they should get approval from Aarti Sabharwal so that there is no dispute going forward.
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