Bollywood actor Ali Fazal’s mother passed away on June 17, Wednesday in Lucknow due to health complications. He took to Twitter in the evening to share the news. Ali tweeted a photo of his adorable mother who can be seen sitting on a park bench and wrote: “I’ll live the rest of yours for you. Miss you Amma. Yahi tak thhaa humaara, pata nahi kyun (our journey together was only till here, I don’t know why). You were the source of my creativity. My everything. Aagey alfaaz nahi rahe (I have no more words to say) Love, Ali.” Also Read - Ali Fazal Shares Emotional Post After Mother’s Demise, Richa Chadha Says ‘Will Always Take Care of You’

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A statement issued by Ali Fazal’s spokesperson said that the demise happened after a “quick succession of health complications”, adding: “Her passing was sudden and we pray for her peace”.

“Ali is grateful for the love and support of his fans in these testing times. A personal loss of this magnitude also needs silence. He requests his fans and the press for some privacy at this point,” read the statement.

Fazal has been in a relationship with actor Richa Chadha, though their marriage plans had to be abandoned due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. They did not send out the invites but had finalised everything else, which they had to cancel. Richa was quoted saying, “Ali and I were organising everything ourselves. The invites were yet to be sent out, but we had finalised other things, which had to be cancelled. Now, we will take a call only when normalcy returns.”

Ali Fazal made his Bollywood debut with a special appearance in 3 Idiots in 2009 and he next appeared in Always Kabhi Kabhi in 2011. His first success came in Fukrey in 2013, and he was seen in supporting roles in films like Baat Ban Gayi in 2013, Bobby Jasoos in 2014 and Sonali Cable in 2014.

Ali will be next seen in Kenneth Branagh’s Death of Nile, which is based on the Agatha Christie novel with the same name. The film features Branagh, Gal Gadot, Letitia Wright, Emma Mackey, Armie Hammer, and Annette Bening among others.