Arjun Kapoor Remembers His Mom On Mother's Day And Him Completing 9 Years In The Industry; 'I'm Still Lost Without You Mom'

On Instagram, Arjun Kapoor made an emotional post talking about hating Mother's Day. He also wrote about him completing 9 years in the industry

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Arjun Kapoor Remembers His Mom On Mother's Day And Him Completing 9 Years In The Industry; 'I'm Still Lost Without You Mom'
Arjun Kapoor was closest to his mother Mona Shourie Kapoor. Sadly, she passed away before the actor could mark his entry in Bollywood. In several interviews and on social media, Arjun Kapoor has often poured his heart out and revealed how much he misses his mother. Once again, Arjun Kapoor has penned about his late mother and how life is not the same without her. Yesterday was Mother's day and Arjun wrote that he hated every bit of it. He also wrote about him completing 9 years in the industry.

Arjun Kapoor, sharing a throwback picture with his mother, wrote, "Yesterday was Mother’s Day I hated every bit of it.... Tomorrow is 9 years of me being an actor but I’m still lost without you Mom. Just like in this picture I hope ur smiling watching over me & u got my back." Stars like Tiger Shroff, Sanjay Kapoor, Rakul Preet Singh, Mohit Marwah and many others dropped hearts in the comments of this post made by Arjun,

The handsome hunk made his Bollywood debut with Ishaqzaade along with Parineeti Chopra. It was released on May 11, 2012 and was a blockbuster hit. Mona Kapoor died in March 2012 while the film was released in May.


Recently, in an interview with Zoom, Arjun had opened up on how he did not touch his mom's room for almost six years. To Zoom, he said, "Something that I can share now....we had not touched her room for six years. But then the point is, it’s not a normal thing to do, have one room completely locked up forever when you don’t have place in the house right? But it’s just that for me and Anshula, this house is her...So every day I go out make people happy, make myself happy, work, act in movie, celebrate being a star and there’s love and selfies, mazza aa raha hai, shooting kar rahe ho, your living the dream job. And then when you come back home, and I can’t tell her what I did. So it just feels like incomplete. Whatever I do in my life, that void will stay forever." 




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