Arjun Kapoor's latest tattoo is dedicated to his sister Anshula, who he describes as “is the Ace up my sleeve.” On Monday, the Sardar Ka Grandson star, who recently impressed in Dibakar Banerjee's Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar, shared a photo on Instagram showing off his new tattoos. See video here. 



Arjun captioned a video of himself getting a tattoo,  “She is the Ace up my sleeve. @anshulakapoor & I, intertwined forever in life & also by the letter A ♠️.” The tattoo features the word A and the ace symbol.



In a remark on Arjun's post, his sister Anshula Kapoor wrote "Love You" with an infinity symbol. Ayushmann Khurrana, a Bollywood actor, and Aalim Hakim, a celebrity hairstylist, have both voiced their admiration for the brother-sister duo.

Arjun and Anshula are Boney Kapoor's children with his first wife, Mona Shourie. The siblings, who are five years apart in age, have been each other's rock since their mother died in March 2012. Janhvi Kapoor and Khushi Kapoor are Arjun's step-sisters from his second marriage to Sridevi Kapoor.

Arjun had also shared a Father's Day picture on Sunday. All of the sisters were included in the Instagram image, as well as Arjun and their father, Boney. According to the caption, the family got together for dinner to celebrate Father's Day.


Arjun wrote, “The father, the daughters & the son. Our Father’s Day dinner… Smiles are appreciated any day of the week but today just felt even more sweeter…”

Anshula Kapoor sent Arjun Kapoor a beautiful birthday greeting in June of last year. “You've parented me like a father, even though you were a kid yourself when you became that person for me,” Anshula wrote in her note, referring to her brother as her guardian, protector, parent, friend, confidant, and lifeline. You've given me your strength when I didn't have any.’’

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‘’You've always been there to catch me before I fall; you've taught me how to fight, how to get back up, and how to grin with my head held high. You've held my hand through the fire and every storm we've faced. Your belief in me and your love for me is unwavering. You've never let us forget about Mom, yet you make me feel whole without her death, and you have the ability to help me miss her less whenever I feel like I can't breathe without her.”

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