‘Time doesn’t heal you’, says Arjun Kapoor on his mother’s demise before his debut film
An emotional Arjun told Pinkvilla, “Of course it hurts and haunts me everyday. I miss my mom everyday. That’s something that won’t ever come back to me. Just when I was going to stand up on my own two feet, my backbone snapped. All the success and the failure, the love and hatred in these 8 years is all handle-able but what’s not handle-able is the fact that I don’t have her around me. Aap mujhe jitni nafraat doge chalega because I have seen the lowest lows in my life already. I lost my mother 45 days before I was about to embark on the toughest journey of my life where the world was going to see me. Everything else seems small in comparison.”
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Rambling my thoughts out loud. Don’t mind but thoda ajeeb emotional type Sunday tha. Lockdown I can handle lekin Mother’s Day & lockdown together thoda zyada ho gaya yaar… emotions ko system se bahar nikalte hue, Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing souls out there. Most importantly Happy Mother’s Day Mom miss you always & forever.
He has been further quoted by the portal as saying, “Time doesn’t heal, you just get to learn how to deal with it better. I am not going to be the first or last person who will have to go through such a personal crisis and I don’t talk about it a negative way because I’m not looking for sympathy at all. So yeah, I go through my moments but that’s not for everybody to see.”
Mona Kapoor has left behind a legacy that Arjun and Anshula carry forward in their genes. People who knew her always speak or remember her with fond memories. Arjun has also been further quoted as saying, “Even after 8 years, I come across people who tell me about how she was and their bond with her. She has left a pretty amazing legacy in Anshula and a decent enough one with me. Yes, there are genuine bits of anguish and pain but she has taught me to always put up a good fight. I’ve been doing that since I was very young.”