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Juhi Chawla reminisces about the 'period of handwritten fan notes', shares a throwback picture

Juhi Chawla took to her social media and shared a throwback picture of herself reading fans' letters.

Published: Monday,Jun 06, 2022 09:58 AM GMT-06:00
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Juhi Chawla, who is frequently active on social media, recently tweeted a throwback photo of herself, reminiscing about the "era of handwritten fan notes." She resorted to Twitter to share an oldie but goodie with her followers. Juhi was most recently seen in Rishi Kapoor's last film, 'Sharmaji Namkeen.'

Juhi can be seen seated on a chair reading a fan letter in a photo from the past. While reading the letter, she is seen beaming with her lovely smile. Sharing the picture with her fans, Juhi wrote, 

"The era of handwritten fan mails." 

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Her picture made her fans go nostalgic. They were seen dropping lovely comments on her post. One of the fans wrote, "That was pure era 😍 No hate, no trolling, no neg'ativity.. just pure vibes ❤️." Another fan wrote, "An era of ever-growing charm, beauty and elegance.... 😘😘 Always stay blessed and beautiful 🤲."

Indeed the old times were the gold times where toxicity didn't ruin any artist's mental health nor did social media trolling. Fans genuinely cared for their favourite stars and penned genuine love, care, and appreciations for them.

Meanwhile, Juhi made heads turn recently after she was clicked at Karan Johar's 50th birthday bash. From Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan to Hrithik Roshan, Katrina Kaif, Vicky Kaushal, Kareena Kapoor Khan and others were seen gracing the party. All the celebs were seen arriving in style for Karan's big day. Juhi also posted pictures with Katrina, Kajol, Raveena Tandon and others.

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basherz 2 months ago Botox has ruined Juhi's face. Wonder why these celebs can't age normally like regular folks.
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BlackWitch 2 months ago Handwritten stuff is the best. Words hit deeper when written on a piece of paper. I have saved so many notes from years ago. We just don’t write anymore :/
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