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Ranbir Kapoor’s look alike, model Junaid Shah dies of cardiac arrest

Junaid Shah, a Kashmiri model rose to fame after Rishi Kapoor tweeted about his uncanny resemblance to actor Ranbir Kapoor.

Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor’s doppelganger, Junaid Shah rose to fame a few years ago when late actor Rishi Kapoor tweeted about his uncanny resemblance to his son. The Internet went gaga over his pictures which got viral in no time. Junaid who hailed for Kashmir bore striking similarities to Ranbir Kapoor. In a tragic report by JandK Headlines, the Kashmiri model passed away on Friday after suffering a cardiac arrest. Junaid was reportedly in his late twenties and was staying at his hometown Ellahi Bagh Srinagar.

Junaid was often dubbed as Ranbir Kapoor’s lookalike. In a tweet 5 years ago Ranbir Kapoor’s father and late actor Rishi Kapoor had tweeted a collage of the two. The legendary actor in his tweet wrote, ” OMG. My own son has a double!!! Promise cannot make out. A good double.”

According to a report in The Kashmir Monitor, model Junaid Shah had recently returned to Srinagar from Mumbai to take care of his father. Popular Kashmiri journalist Yusuf Jameel also took to social media to grieve the loss of Junaid. He tweeted, “Our old neighbor Nissar Ahmed Shah’s son Junaid passed away due to massive cardiac arrest overnight. People say he was a lookalike of Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor. I say he was a big hope, strength & salvation of his ailing father and his mother & that of whole Kashmir. Magfirah!”

Take a look at his post here:

Meanwhile, the increasing coronavirus cases put a dangerous fear in the minds of people. 2020 sure has been a year full of loss for people in Bollywood and across the world. In the past month, the film industry lost legendary actors like Irrfan Khan, Rishi Kapoor, Sushant Singh Rajput, and Ishtiaq aka Jagdeep Jaffery to name a few.

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