'I Missed My Mother Even More Because I Felt Vulnerable And Helpless,' Says Arjun Kapoor As He Posted An Old Picture Of His Mother And Sister

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Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor who is quite active on social media recently shared a throwback picture of his young days. In the post, one can see a young Arjun Kapoor with his mother, the late Mona Shourie Kapoor and his younger sibling Anshula Kapoor.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor who is quite active on social media recently shared a throwback picture of when he was young. In the post, one can see a rather young Arjun Kapoor with his mother, the late Mona Shourie Kapoor and his younger sibling Anshula Kapoor. Looking at the picture, one can say that it was taken while they were on one of the family vacations. However, the highlight of the post is the long emotional caption penned by the actor himself. 

The caption reads, "Guys today is throwback Thursday. 
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. 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. This post is just a rambling of thoughts because I realised we are so caught up in trying to run we forget to sometimes just stand breathe n take it all in. I’m grateful n thankful for a lot of things I have seen high s & lows good days and bad days but I know I want to be a more positive person and believe after the dark comes the light and as long as u are by my side I can face it all @anshulakapoor love u and love this really amazing hairstyle u got going back in the day.
Ps - all u guys reading this go hug ur parents n siblings even if they get confused with the sudden burst of love n affection.". We can say that looking at the picture, one would have definitely felt like going and giving their parents a warm hug."

Read: Arjun Kapoor Revealed That He Never Wanted To Become An Actor

Arjun Kapoor who is currently prepping for the release of his upcoming film 'Namaste England' alongside Parineeti Chopra is quite often seen documenting love for his mother on social media platforms. Earlier, he had posted a picture featuring himself as a child perched in his mother's arms. 

Read: Arjun Kapoor-Parineeti Chopra Set The Dance Floor On Fire In 'Bhare Bazaar' From 'Namaste England'

Arjun took to Instagram to post a throwback picture with the emotional message as he felt helpless. He felt so for his sister Anshula Kapoor had been admitted to the hospital. Arjun was shooting in Nepal for his upcoming film 'India's Most Wanted' when Anshula was hospitalised. The 'Gunday' actor flew back to Mumbai to be by his sister's side as she recovers from her illness. 

What's next for Arjun Kapoor

On the professional front, Arjun Kapoor was last seen in 'Mubarakan'. He is currently busy promoting his upcoming film 'Namaste England' which is a sequel to Akshay Kumar-Katrina Kaif starrer 'Namaste London' that released back in 2007 garnering great reviews and box office collections. In the film, Arjun Kapoor plays the role of a Param, while Parineeti Chopra plays the role of Jasmeet who is very ambitious and career oriented. The two fall in love and get married but have to overcome their differences to save their marriage in an unusual manner. The film is slated to release on October 19. Apart from this, Arjun will be seen next in films such as 'Panipat' and 'Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar'. 



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