Ayushmann Khurrana Pays Tribute to His Late Father with Heartfelt Eulogy
Bollywood actor, Ayushmann Khurrana, took to social media to express his emotions and share a touching tribute to his late father, P Khurana, who passed away last week. In his eulogy, the actor shared pictures from his father’s prayer meet, wherein he can be seen alongside his mother and brother, Aparshakti Khurana.
It’s Okay to Cry
Ayushmann’s caption read, “Take care of mother and always be with her. To become like father one has to go far away from one’s father. For the first time, I feel that my father is very far and very near to me. Thank you for your upbringing, love, sense of humour and the most beautiful memories. Jai jai.” The actor’s words showcased how much he cared for his father, and how he is dealing with his loss.
Outpour of Support
Several celebrities and fans offered their condolences to Ayushmann Khurrana and his family through the comments section of the post. Actor Arjun Kapoor expressed his love and respect for the late P Khurana through his words, “His aura was strong and calm… always loved interacting with him… strength with you all.” Meanwhile, singer Harshdeep Kaur and casting director Mukesh Chhabra dropped heart emojis in the comments. Mouni Roy shared folded hand emojis to offer her prayers and support for the family.
Tahira Kashyap’s Tribute
Ayushmann’s wife, filmmaker, and author, Tahira Kashyap, also paid tribute to her late father-in-law through an emotional video. She narrated the many firsts that she experienced with him and how he always respected her choices and made her feel like a part of his family. Her post showcased the strong bond that Ayushmann’s family shared with P Khurana.
A Last Goodbye
The news of P Khurana’s passing was shared by Aparshakti Khurana’s team, which stated that the astrologer passed away due to a prolonged illness. The loss of a loved one is never easy, and Ayushmann’s tribute to his father showcased his love and pain. However, his words also conveyed the message that it is okay to cry and express emotions, especially during trying times like these.