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Rajkummar Rao remembers his late mother on her death anniversary, shares emotional moment from his wedding

Bollywood actor Rajkummar Rao took to his social media and shared a picture of his late mother with a heartfelt note.

Published: Tuesday,Mar 08, 2022 12:04 PM GMT-07:00
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On the 6th death anniversary of his mother Kamlesh Yadav's death, Bollywood star Rajkummar Rao took to Instagram to pay tribute to her. With a photo of his late mother's portrait from his wedding with Patralekhaa, he shared a glimpse of an emotional occasion.

He wrote, 

“It’s been 6 years Maa, since you left us but I know you are always there with me. I’ll always keep you in my heart and I know you’re always there to guide me, protect me, love me and bless me.”

He further added to the heartfelt note, 

“I’m a very proud son and I’ll always try and make you a proud Mother. You will always be my Hero. I love you Maa. ❤️.”


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Meanwhile, celebrities are leaving heart emoticons in the post's comment area. Ali Fazal, Mallika Dua, Janhvi Kapoor, Angad Bedi, and Huma Qureshi are among those who have done so.

The photo was taken during Rajkummar's wedding ceremony in Chandigarh, where he tied the knot. On D-Day, Pratalekhaa and Raj both built a shrine to honour their late parents. 

It was while filming for his film 'Newton' that Rajkummar's mother passed away in 2016. Meanwhile, Rao was most recently seen in the comedy-drama 'Badhaai Do,' in which he co-starred with Bhumi Pednekar.

On workfront, he will be next seen in the movies like ‘Monica, O My Darling’, ‘Bheed’, ‘Guns and Gulaabs’ and Bhushan Kumar’s upcoming untitled film in which he will be essaying the role of the visually impaired industrialist Srikanth Bolla.


Bhushan Kumar Angad Bedi Rajkummar Rao Ali Fazal Huma Qureshi Janhvi Kapoor Patralekhaa Bhumi Pednekar Mallika Dua Newton  Badhaai Do 


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priya185
priya185 3 months ago Om shanti, sad to hear this
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