Bollywood's first superstar bid adieu on Wednesday and was laid to rest in Mumbai on Thursday morning.
However, he will continue to reign in the hearts of millions of fans forever.
And if the late actor's daughters, Twinkle and Rinkie, have their way, then his fans will soon get to take a closer look at the life and time of the actor who lived most of his life as a recluse behind the huge walls of his bungalow 'Aashirwaad'.
The daughters wish to transform Rajesh Khanna's home into a museum. The sisters will take a decision after his 'chautha' (a memorial ceremony that is held to mark the fourth day of passing away of a soul).
"It will be called Rajesh Khanna Museum and his precious things will be kept in the museum," revealed news agency IANS, quoting a source close to the Khanna family.
Rajesh Khanna leaves behind his wife Dimple Kapadia and two married daughters Twinkle and Rinkie Khanna.