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Anshula Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor are one loving sibling duo, who can’t do without each other. The upbringing that their late mother, Mona Shourie Kapoor has given them is commendable and praiseworthy. It was on March 25, 2012, that Arjun and Anshula’s mother Mona ji left them for the heavenly abode. Every now and then, we see these two lovely kids, Anshula and Arjun getting emotional about the loss of their mother. Whether it is her death anniversary or her birthday, the two make sure to express their feelings on social media. (You May Also Like: Sania Mirza's 3-Month-Old Son Izhaan Is Lost In Deep Thoughts In The New Picture, Check Inside)
Similarly, today on February 3, 2019, it is their late mom Mona’s birthday and Anshula Kapoor took to her official Instagram handle and wrote a long (like literally!) birthday message for her darling mother. Sharing an adorable snap from her childhood, Anshula captioned it as, “Happy birthday Ma you were and always will be my strongest & loudest cheerleader, my biggest source of strength, and the one person I could always count on to be in my corner.”
She further wrote, “You built me wings when I didn’t know I could or even needed to fly, and you always, always became the wind beneath those wings whenever you saw that I needed that little extra push. Miss you ma (as if that isn’t the biggest understatement of the decade). Even though I’m grateful for the 21 years I got you by my side. We carry you in our hearts every second of every day, and I truly hope that wherever you are, you’re happy & getting to spread all your joy & love with everyone around you. Rab Raakha #AlwaysMyNumber1 #AlwaysAndForever”. Here’s the snap she shared:
On December 4, 2018, Anshula wrote a heartfelt note for mom Mona pleading her to come back. She shared her throwback lovely snap and wrote, “Come back na Ma. Can you ever become too old to stop needing your mom’s hugs? Being an “adult” is hard, but it sucks extra hard on some days. Today is one such day where all I want is to have kadi chaawal with mom & hear her laugh one more time. Miss you Ma. #AlwaysAndForever”. (Checkout: First Picture Of Ekta Kapoor's Son, Ravie And Tusshar's Son, Laksshya Shows They Can't Wait To Play)
Arjun Kapoor then reposted the post to calm his sister with a caption that could be read as, “I know she s my sister n I can pick up the phone n tell her this, but strangely sometimes it’s easier posting things it feels cathartic. It’s ok @anshulakapoor u don’t have to be an adult all the time u handle, me the most useless man child in the world n u still manage to keep ur sanity it’s fine we will take things one day at a time. I wish I could be more like her or just give u the time with her that u crave but the reality is I can’t ever be like even if I try, she was special & unique n u are more an extension of her than I can ever be. Love you. (I’ll be home soon to trouble you)”. (Also Read: Janhvi Kapoor Walks The Ramp With Chachu Anil Kapoor At Lakme Fashion Week 2019)
On Mona’s sixth death anniversary, Arjun took to his Instagram and shared a throwback picture of himself with Anshula and his late mother Mona Shourie Kapoor. Along with the adorable photo, he wrote, "Today I genuinely felt so conflicted as I woke up wondering if all the madness the chaos is all worth it if ur loved ones aren’t ok and aren’t a 100 percent. The world ceased to exist for me when my sister wasn’t well for the last few days." (Don't Miss: Genelia D'Souza Shares A Heartfelt Note For Husband Ritesh Deshmukh On Their 7th Wedding Anniversary)
He further wrote, "I missed my mother even more because I felt vulnerable n helpless sitting in Pokhara trying to be professional because that’s what an actor is supposed to be in that moment. I realised this week I can handle n face the world as long as my world is fine and the people, I care for are ok... otherwise everything kind of feels pointless”.
We completely understand that the void Mona ji has left in Anshula and Arjun’s life can never be fulfilled. We wish them all the happiness and strength to keep going in life!