Arjun Kapoor pays tribute to Late Mother on Birth Anniversary

Arjun Kapoor shared a handwritten throwback letter that he had penned for his mother along with a heartwarming message for her.

Arjun Kapoor pays tribute to Late Mother on Birth Anniversary - f

"I’m running out of pictures now Maa."

Arjun Kapoor remembered his late mother Mona Shourie Kapoor on her birth anniversary on February 3, 2023.

He took to social media to share a letter that he wrote to his mother in 1997 which had him requesting her to always keep smiling.

Mona Kapoor, the first wife of film producer Boney Kapoor, died of cancer on March 25, 2012.

Taking to his Instagram handle, Arjun shared the letter he had penned when he was a kid.

The letter reads: “My mother is more precious than gold, more soft than a petal of flower, more enthusiastic than a teenager, more loveable than myself.”

The actor added: “Oh mother! never get upset, because your tears are like fresh droplets of water and your smile is like Rs 1,00,00,000, and much more.”

He signed the letter as: “Your son, AK.”

Along with the letter, Arjun Kapoor also posted two throwback pictures of himself and his mother.

He captioned the post: “I’m running out of pictures now Maa.

“I’ve run out of words also so just putting up something again that sums the child inside me up, Maybe I’ve run out of energy & strength…

“But today is your birthday and it’s the best day of the year for me, that’s why I promise you I will never give up I promise you I will find new energy & strength & I promise u I will make u proud wherever u are…

“Love u feels rather empty without ur smile ya… Happy Birthday to my everything.”

Vidya Balan, Bhumi Pednekar, Gauahar Khan, Rakulpreet Singh, Huma Qureshi and many others showered Arjun with love as he shared the post.

On the work front, Arjun Kapoor was last seen in Kuttey.

During an interview, when the 2 States actor was asked whether he would like to collaborate with Ajith Kumar on a project, he said that it should happen for the right reason:

“South films are catering to a boarder spectrum of audiences – which is the whole country.

“Our country is enjoying the content they are curating right now.”

“They do have the vision. I would of course love to work with them. I have always been open to it – language has never been a barrier….

“My father is engaged with them even today. But I think, more than it is about doing it for the right reason, not because right now that’s what is selling.

“There has to be some genuineness to doing these things.”

Aarthi is an International Development student and journalist. She likes to write, read books, watch movies, travel, and click pictures. Her motto is, “Be the change you wish to see in the world

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