Kangana Ranaut’s Grandfather Passes Away In Manali; Actress Pens A Note Remembering Him And His Impeccable Sense Of Humour

Kangana Ranaut’s grandfather passed away on Monday at their family home in Manali. The actress penned a heartfelt note on social media as she recalled his impeccable sense of humour

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Kangana Ranaut’s Grandfather Passes Away In Manali; Actress Pens A Note Remembering Him And His Impeccable Sense Of Humour
Kangana Ranaut took to her social media last night and revealed that her grandfather Shri Braham Chand Ranaut passed away on Monday at their family home in Manali. The Manikarnika actress penned a heartfelt note remembering him and shared that he hadn’t been keeping well since the last few months. Kangana wrote that he had passed away just as she reached her parents' house in Manali. Kangana shared a picture of her grandfather, and recalled his sense of humour.

“This evening I drove to my parents house as my grandfather Shri Braham Chand Ranaut wasn’t keeping well for past few months, just when I reached home he had already passed away. He was 90 years old still had an impeccable sense of humour and we all called him Daddy. OM Shanti,” wrote Kangana. Kangana had been staying with her family in her hometown ever since the lockdown was announced, and she had shared amazing videos and pictures as she basked in the beauty of nature in Himachal Pradesh.

Kangana Ranaut has resumed work, and has been busy with her upcoming projects. She recently met Defence Minister Rajnath Singh in Delhi, head of her film Tejas.


Sharing pictures of the  meeting, Kangana Ranaut wrote, “Today team #Tejas met honourable defence minister Shri @rajnathsingh ji for his blessings, we shared the script of our film Tejas with @IAF_MCC as well and seeked few permissions, Jai Hind.” Kangana Ranaut will next be seen in Thalaivi, Tejas and Dhaakad. ALSO READ: Apurva Asrani Who Had An Infamous Spat With Kangana Ranaut Says 'Stressful fight With A Leading Actress' Made Him Suffer From 'Bells Palsy'




Image Source: Twitter/Kangana Ranaut
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