Jhanvi Kapoor remembers Sridevi on her second death anniversary i.e. February 24, 2020, with a throwback picture and an emotional message. Her post is a reminder that the pain & grief of losing a mother never go away.
Losing your parents is never easy! It is a nightmare that we wish no one has to live through but eventually, everyone does. It takes a lot of courage to hold the parents’ memories when you know you can’t hold their hands anymore.
And it wasn’t difficult for many to relate to the pain, Jhanvi Kapoor. She remembers Sridevi on her second death anniversary with an emotional note with an unseen monochrome picture, where she was seen giving a tight cuddle to her mother, Sridevi.
Along with the picture, Janhvi wrote an emotional note which can be read as “Miss you everyday.”
February 24, 2018, was the most shocking day for Bollywood as it lost one of its shiniest gems – Sridevi. The next day, pictures of the gorgeous actress wrapped in the tricolor gave all her fans one of the most emotional moments.
Though it was difficult for many of us to come to terms with the sudden death of our beloved actress it was much more painful for the family. Their heart-wrenching pain was quite clear with Jhanvi’s emotional tribute for her mother, which mentioned:
“There is a gnawing hollowness in my chest that I know I’ll have to learn how to live with. Even with all this emptiness, I still feel your love. I feel you protecting me from sadness and pain.
Every time I close my eyes, I only have good things to remember. I know it’s you doing that. You were a blessing in all our lives, we were blessed to have had you for as long as we did. But you weren’t meant for this world.
You were too good, too pure, too full of love. That’s why he took you back. But at least we had you.”
She further shared how the main reason behind her endless happiness was her mother Sridevi:
“My friends always said I’m perpetually happy, and now I realise it was because of you. Nothing anyone said mattered, no problem was big enough, and no day could ever be dull because I had you.
And you loved me. And I didn’t have to rely on anyone or anything because the only person I ever needed was you. You are a part of my soul. My best friend. My reason for everything.
Your whole life you kept giving, and all I wanted was to do that for you too, Mumma. I want to make you so proud. Every morning, all that I would do was with the hope that one day you’d be as proud of me as I was of you.
But I promise I’ll wake up every day still with that same thought. Because you’re here and I can feel you. You’re in me, Khushi and in Papa. The imprint you’ve left on us is so strong, it might just be enough to keep us going, but never enough to be fully whole. I love you, my everything.”