Celina Jaitly shares an emotional post while remembering her mother
A mother’s loss leaves a void in your life. No matter how old you get, not getting to hear or see your mother is a feeling most of the people dread. Bollywood actress Celina Jaitly knows exactly what that feeling is like. On June 8, Celina lost her mother, Meeta Jaitly. She took to Twitter to share an emotional post.
“Maa tumi phirey aasho,” she wrote in her tweet which translates to, “please come back mother”. Below is her tweet:
— Celina Jaitly (@CelinaJaitly) June 13, 2018
When her mother has passed away, she had shared an emotional pose on Facebook with her picture.
The post read as:
“A thousand tears could not bring you back, I know, because I cried..
A thousand words could not bring you back I know, because I tried….”
Our most beloved, gorgeous and stunning mother, Meeta Jaitly left us yesterday on the 8th of June 2018 (Lucknow) to join her soulmate and beloved husband Colonel Vikram Kumar Jaitly just 11 months after his tragic and untimely demise.
A brave army wife, a professor of literature, an entrepreneur, former beauty Queen and most beloved grandmother. She fought a case of a serious form of galloping cancer bravely until her last breath like a true infantry wife before succumbing to the disease in our arms yesterday.
She is mourned by her entire family and the grief has been unbearable for myself and my brother Vikrant Kumar Jaitly, her mother Mrs Usha Francis and Brothers Ameet Francis, Gautam Francis, sister Asha Asthana, Son in law Peter Haag, Daughter in Law Charul Chaturvedi Jaitly, sisters in law Emma and Avantika Francis, nieces, nephews and her most beloved grandsons Winston, Viraaj and Arthur.
They say angels carry you on their wings in times of trouble, myself and my entire family would like to take this opportunity to express our immense and heartfelt gratitude to esteemed SaharaShree Sir Shubroto Roy, his wonderful wife Mrs Swapna Roy, his son Seemanto Roy, CEO Sahara Hospitals Babu Sahib, the amazing Indian avatar of Florence Nightingale, Dr Preeti and the entire SaharaParivaar for making our mother’s sudden most difficult final journey a blessed one. We are indebted for eternity to SaharaShree and SaharaParivaar, and with this we bid you adieu Mother until we sleep in your arms again.
Thank You Rashesh Bharat Shah, Radhika Rashesh Shah, Surinder Tony Bhatiaa, Sudesh Sonawanee, Inder Vhatwar, Jennylyn Mogol Santos, Sarvesh Sharma, Maneaters of Kumaon, Battle honour squad Bhaduria and Russell, your support and love is irreplaceable, blessed to have friends like you,” the post concluded.
Ranbir Kapoor: I suffer from anxiety issues after finishing a film
Mental illness is still not considered as a sickness and people shy away from discussion about it. No, when you suffer from some mental disease you are crazy or mad, it is as normal as a physical sickness. Our society is easily influenced by famous personalities and sometimes people also follow them blindly. So when Bollywood actors come in the open and talk about suffering from depression or any other mental illness, people become aware about it and somewhere start considering it as a serious problem.
Recently, Ranbir Kapoor, who is gearing up for the release of ‘Sanju’ has confessed that he is suffering from anxiety issues. Ranbir has been busy with the promotion of his upcoming film which is a biopic on Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt. He has been giving multiple interviews and has shared some fantastic stories about his life, personal and professional. (Also Read: Deepika’s message on depression post Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade’s suicides is a must read)
In one such interview with film critic Anupama Chopra before the release of ‘Sanju’, Ranbir shared about what he goes through before and after the release of the film. He said, “I suffer from anxiety issues after finishing a film and before the film hits theatres. It has happened with every one of my films.”
This is an important point to note for all those people who thought that the film industry is all about glam and fame. The harsh reality is, there is stress and pressure even here and the biggest of stars suffer from mental illness. In the past, Deepika Padukone, Ileana D’Cruz have also openly spoken about battling depression, and we are glad they did.
Ranbir’s upcoming film, ‘Sanju’ also stars Sonam Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Manisha Koirala, Jim Sarbh, Karishma Tanna, Boman Irani and others. Directed by Rajkumar Hirani the film will release on June 29.
Dhanush's birthday wish for son Linga is the cutest thing you will read today
‘raanjhanaa‘ actor Dhanush who is married to megastar Rajinikanth‘s daughter Aishwarya, is blessed with two sons Yatra and Linga. Today, on the occasion of his younger son Linga’s birthday, Dhanush took to Twitter and shared a very heartwarming message for him.
Thanking everyone for wishing his son Linga, the actor wrote, “Sincere thanks to everybody for wishing Linga. He is lucky to have all your blessings. Happy birthday
#linga .. god bless you. YES .. reach for the stars”
In the picture that the actor shared, he is seen holding Linga in his arms while the cute little boy looks extremely happy. (Also Read:Bollywood stars and their business ventures you didn’t know about)
You can check Dhanush’s post below:
— Dhanush (@dhanushkraja) June 21, 2018
Now isn’t that the cutest wish a father could have wished for his son? We wish Linga a very Happy Birthday.
On the professional front, Dhanush is gearing up for two Tamil films. One is gangster drama ‘Vada Chennai’ and the other is ‘Maari 2’ which is scheduled to release by the year-end.
Dhanush had made his Bollywood debut with Aanand L Rai’s ‘Raanjhanaa’ opposite Sonam Kapoor and was last seen in R Balki’s satirical drama ‘Shamitabh‘ alongside Amitabh Bachchan. We wonder when the actor will be seen in a Hindi film again.