Arjun Kapoor on locking his mom’s room for six years& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
- Arjun Kapoor misplaced his mom just some days earlier than his debut movie, Ishqzaade in 2012
- The actor had posted an emotional video expressing how a lot he misses her on this Mother’s Day
- In an interview with ZoomTV, Arjun additional feedback on struggling to take care of the void of not having his mom round
It’s been eight years since Arjun Kapoor misplaced his mom however until date, the actor is struggling to deal with her absence in his life. Just just a few days again on Mother’s Day, Arjun had shared an emotional video stating how he cannot deal with Mother’s Day and lockdown collectively on the identical time. He admitted dealing with a rush of feelings seeing so many Mother’s Day needs on social media and realised how incomplete his life is with out his mom. The video was certainly heart-touching on so many various ranges.
“Dealing with Mother’s Day 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 wrote summing up his frame of mind.
In a latest interview with ZoomTv, when Arjun was additional requested about his Mother’s Day post and the emotional battle that he is going by way of, he mentioned,
“How does one deal with a paren’t loss? I don’t know. It’s been 8 years (since his mother passed away) but I am still not an expert on dealing with it. It’s not like I can give you any kind of take on it because every day is a new struggle. It’s like your backbone is broken and they tell you to walk. They just snapped your back and suddenly tell you to stand up and take care of yourselves, you got to be a man, be a boy, be understanding, be cool, be sophesticated, be young, be mature, take it with a pinch of salt, don’t react, get emotional, but don’t get too emotional. Everything is being told but you don’t have that stablity at home to do those things. So I envy those people who have that stability to go back home to their mothers because that makes a difference.”My stability now comes with Anushla round however to start with years, Anshula was working in Delhi and I used to be alone. So I was simply out working as a result of I did not wish to be alone at residence and that is how I attempted to take care of it. I handled it by simply working away from it. And then finally I needed to settle for it and be residence and realise that that is my life and I haven’t got her round.”
Elaborating on how a lot he struggled to deal with her demise and get again to normalcy, Arjun added,
“Something that I can share now….we had not touched her room for 6 years. But then the point is, it’s not a normal thing to do, have one room completely locked up forever when you don’t have place in the house right? But it’s just that for me and Anshula, this house is her…So everyday I go out make people happy, make myself happy, work, act in movie, celebrate being a star and there’s love and selfies, mazza aa raha hai, shooting kar rahe ho, your living the dream job. And then when you come back home, and I can’t tell her what I did. So it just feels like incomplete. Whatever I do in my life, that void will stay forever. So you can’t deal with it…you just deal with it as it happens. You have to be spontaneous and accept it, smile about it, bitter sweet, think about her in a positive way and then move ahead.”