Smriti Irani pens down an emotional note for Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, calls him 'bhaiyya'
Smriti Irani pens down an emotional note for Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, calls him 'bhaiyya'

Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi actress Smriti Irani paid her condolences to late Big Bull of the Indian stock market Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, 62, who died on Sunday due to heart attack.

Politician and Actress posted a picture with her 'brother' Rakesh Jhunjhunwala and wrote down an emotional note on him stating that not many know about their equation and that he was always a big dreamer.

In her previous Instagram post, Smriti emotionally wrote how he always made her feel like family.

Smriti wrote on twitter: I lost my brother today .. A relationship not known to many. They call him a billionaire investor, the badshah of BSE .. But what he really was .. Is and always will be .. Is a big dreamer

In yet another tweet, Smriti wrote, “He was tenacious , he was graceful, he was tender , he was as my gentle giant . Bhaiyya always said to me ‘ apan apne dam par jeeyenge ‘ .. and he lived on his own terms.”

She captioned the post “Every dream I had was सर आँखों पर , every time I stood my ground you stood with me , I never wanted the world to find out this way that I love you and called you Bhaiya.. since the day I was married you never made me feel that I am to be treated like a daughter in law .. you made me feel like home … I am broken for I dare not dream anymore bhaiya … I don’t want to write condolences.. I don’t want to say goodbye … I am not letting you go ..”


Many other celebrities had wrote on Smriti’s post paying their solace. Ashlesha Savant said, “Sorry for your loss”, Ekta Kapoor wrote, “Aum Shanti”, Rohit Roy wrote, “Heartfelt condolences”, and Anaita Adajania also mentioned saying, “So sorry for your loss”

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