Mandira Bedi is missing husband Raj Kaushal, wrote an emotional note at midnight
Mandira Bedi remembered her late husband Raj Kaushal and shared a post for him. Raj died on June 30 due to a heart attack.Author : Sheetal J Bhalla
Taking to Instagram, Mandira Bedi shared a picture of a napkin with the word 'Raji...' written on it. She captioned the post, "Miss you Raji..," followed by a broken heart emoji.
Several celebrities reacted positively to the message. "M," followed by a slew of red heart emojis, was written by actress Anindita Bose. Red heart emojis were also used by actors Satyadeep Mishra, Arjun Bijlani, and Samita Bangargi, as well as singer Tanvi Shah and Adhuna Bhabani.
Fans also reacted in the comments section. A fan wrote, "He's always going to be there watching over you & the kids. I don't have to say be strong. You are a strong lady." Another said, "God bless u.. and gives you all the possible strength... to fight..." "You are Brave and Strong soul Mandira," commented another. "@mandirabedi he is always present with you all the time, everywhere and I am sure you know that already," wrote another fan.
Actress Mouni Roy posted a photo with Mandira on Instagram on Tuesday. In the images, Mouni was seen hugging Mandira as they posed for the camera, ”MY BABY STRONGEST @mandirabedi.”
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Mandira had uploaded a photo on Instagram a few days after Raj Kaushal's death. She had shared old photos of her posing with him on social media. The post was accompanied with a sad heart emoji by Mandira.
On Instagram, she had also dedicated a post to Raj. She had sent Raj a photo in which he was smiling and pointing at the camera. Mandira captioned the photo, followed by a broken heart emoji.
On Instagram, she had also dedicated a post to Raj. She had sent Raj a photo in which he was smiling and pointing at the camera. Mandira captioned the photo, followed by a broken heart emoji.Mandira was seen on a morning walk in Mumbai with another lady last week. It was the first time she had been photographed outside since her husband died.