I Miss Your Love Mother Pens Arjun Kapoor On Mother’s Death Anniversary

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Arjun Kapoor On Mother’s Death Anniversary: The Bollywood actor, Arjun Kapoor, fondly remembers his mother, Mona Shourie, on her 11th death anniversary. In an emotional tribute to his mother, Arjun penned a heart-pouring note on his social media profile, expressing his deep love and admiration for her.

The note reveals the immense impact his mother had on his life, and how her loss still deeply affects him.

,I never cared what anyone said or felt cause I always had you in front of me to make me realise who & what I was.” He further added, “11 years have passed since you became the shield that protects me from beyond but I still wish you were here because in this cruel world today, I try & handle all the hate, but I really miss your love which made me deal with everything with a smile on my face & made me a better person, a happier person, a calmer person, perhaps maybe a more alive soul.

Arjun wrote.

Arjun’s note is a heartfelt tribute to his mother, who passed away in 2012 due to cancer. He continues, “I’m still this lost child without you Maa… I look for you everywhere because I’m lost just like I’m this picture, but I always believe you’re smiling & looking after me somehow just like in this picture…We shall meet someday soon.”

The post received immense love and support from Arjun’s fans and the film fraternity. Many people expressed their condolences and shared their own stories of loss and grief.

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Arjun Kapoor is known for being a family man, and his mother’s loss has deeply impacted him. He has often talked about the significant role his mother played in his life and how she was his anchor during difficult times. His tribute to her is a reminder of the power of love and the bond between a mother and her child.

On the work front, Arjun Kapoor was last seen in Asmaan Bharadwaj’s directorial debut Kuttey alongside Tabu, Radhika Madan, and Naseeruddin Shah, which was released on 13th January. Kapoor will be seen in The Lady Killer, a remake of Meri Patni Ka, a Hindi remake of the Tamil film Comali, and Siddharth Anand’s action thriller Maut alongside Amrita Puri and Manoj Bajpayee, which is under the Yash Raj Films banner and produced by Aditya Chopra.

In conclusion, Arjun Kapoor’s tribute to his mother, Mona Shourie, is a touching reminder of the love and bond shared between a mother and her child. His note is a heartfelt expression of his grief and his longing for his mother’s love. This tribute serves as a reminder to cherish our loved ones and to never take them for granted. Arjun’s fans and well-wishers will undoubtedly continue to support him and keep his mother’s memory alive through their love and prayers.

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