Kartik Aaryan remembers ‘nanu’ after his death: ‘Hope I get your swag someday’ | Bollywood

  • Kartik Aaryan has paid tribute to his grandfather who died lately. He shared a childhood image with him.

UPDATED ON JUL 11, 2021 09:23 PM IST

Actor Kartik Aaryan has shared an emotional tribute to his grandfather after his demise. On Sunday, he took to Instagram to share a childhood image, by which his ‘nanu’ is seen carrying a younger Kartik in his arms.

“Hope I get your swag some day. RIP Naanu,” he captioned his publish. Kartik’s associates from Bollywood all provided their condolences on the publish. His Pati Patni Aur Woh co-star Bhumi Pednekar left a folded palms emoji on his publish. Huma Qureshi wrote RIP.

On Saturday, actor Ananya Panday’s grandmother additionally died. She additionally took to Instagram to share outdated photos together with her ‘dadi’ and wrote, “Relaxation in energy, my angel. when she was born the docs mentioned she wouldn’t dwell past just a few years due to a defected coronary heart valve, however my Dadi lived and the way. She labored each day up till the age of 85, going to work at 7 am in her block heels and crimson streaked hair. She impressed me each single day to do what I really like and I’m so grateful to have grown up basking in her vitality and lightweight. She had the softest palms to carry, gave one of the best leg massages, she was a self proclaimed (and really politically incorrect) palm reader and by no means ever didn’t make me snort. The lifetime of our household. You’re too beloved to ever be forgotten Dadi – I really like you a lot.”

Additionally learn: Ishaan Khatter, Karisma Kapoor visit Ananya Panday and her family after grandmother’s death. See pics

Kartik was final seen in Imtiaz Ali’s Love Aaj Kal with Sara Ali Khan. He has a number of tasks within the pipeline together with Dhamaka and Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2. He additionally has a mission which was earlier titled Satyanarayan Ki Katha however the producers lately introduced that the title will likely be modified to keep away from hurting sentiments of communities

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