Actor Arjun Kapoor remembered his mother, Mona Shourie Kapoor, on her death anniversary with a heartfelt note. Arjun shared a throwback picture with his mother and sister Anshula and wrote, “I wish I could be at home like this today would have felt safe & maybe even smiled more than anyone has ever seen me smile. It’s been 8 years today since you left us Mom… the world has come to a standstill now but mine & @anshulakapoor s world was shattered when u left forget standing still…. we have tried to pick up the pieces some days are tougher than others though… I’ve managed to survive 8 years of being an actor & a working individual she’s also started her own business with @fankindofficial !!! Anshula more or less runs the house and I run to her if I need something in the house or in life… the world has changed Maa right now in this moment I wish I had you at home would have spent so much time with u that I couldn’t when I was trying to lose weight do my acting classes and when I was away shooting ishaqzaade during ur chemotherapy… would have tried to make up for the nonstop sprinting that I would have been upto and maybe taken u for granted… I love u Maa I miss u Maa… I miss having ur name show up on my phone to check up on me… I just hope wherever you are you are happy and watching over ur 2 brats 🤗.” Also Read - Lovebirds Arjun Kapoor, Malaika Arora Spotted Together in Their Home Balcony During Janata Curfew
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Mona Kapoor passed away on March 25, 2012, after a prolonged battle with cancer which left Arjun and his sister Anshula Kapoor clambering together to collect themselves and move on the hard way. Arjun’s first movie, Ishqzaade released in May, two months after his mother had passed away and though no words could ever justify his grief, his often self-claimed biggest regret remains that Mona was not able to see him on the big screen.
On the work front, Arjun Kapoor will be seen in Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar along with Parineeti Chopra.