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“She was my core,” says Akshay Kumar as his mother passes away

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Actor Akshay Kumar’s mother Aruna Bhatia died on Wednesday morning. The actor shared the sad news on his social media handle. He feels ‘unbearable pain’ as her mother was his core.

He took to Instagram to share the news and expressed his grief.

“She was my core. And today I feel an unbearable pain at the very core of my existence. My maa Smt Aruna Bhatia peacefully left this world today morning and got reunited with my dad in the other world. I respect your prayers as I and my family go through this period. Om Shanti,” he wrote.\
Actor Manish Paul shared his condolences and commented, “Please accept my condolences, om shanti”.

Arjun Rampal also supported the actor and said, “So sorry for your loss, bro. She is always with you. Love and big hug. RIP”.

Pakistani actor and former model Mikaal Zulfiqar, commented, “Deepest condolences”

Akshay Kumar and Mikaal Zulfiqar had worked together in the movie ‘Baby’, which was released in 2015.

 Ajay Devgn, Nimrat Kaur, Vikas Bahl, Jacqueline Fernandez, Neil Nitin Mukesh, and others took to their respective social media handles to mourn the loss of Akshay Kumar’s mother and share their condolences with the actor and his family.

Previously, on Tuesday, Akshay Kumar had asked his fans to pray for his mother as it was a tough hour for his family. In an Instagram post, he said, “Touched beyond words at your concern for my mom’s health. This is a very tough hour for me and my family. Every single prayer of yours would greatly help.

Akshay Kumar’s mother Aruna Bhatia had been unwell for the past few days. She was admitted to the ICU at a hospital in Mumbai. On Monday, Akshay Kumar came back to Mumbai from London to be with his ailing mother. He was shooting for ‘Cinderella’ with Ranjit Tewari and made a sudden decision to fly back to Mumbai.

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