Actor Neha Dhupia took to her Instagram account and dropped a few family photos while remembering her late father-in-law Bishan Singh Bedi. The legendary cricketer passed away on October 23 at the age of 77. Days after he passed away, Neha shared the blissful family photos and said they have held on to everything he gave them. She also mentioned that they are trying to get some life into the numbness.
The family pictures captured the sweet moments of Neha and Angad with their daughter Mehr and son Guriq along with their grandmother. She captioned, “We hold on to everything you gave us. The morals the memories, the love the laughs the lessons, the strength and the sweetness. We have you in our heads and hearts forever as we inch back n try and get some life into the numbness we feel right now. Love you Dad.”
Ayushmann Khurrana reacted to by post by sharing a folded hand and heart emojis. Kajal Agarwal commented, “So sorry for your loss om Shanti.” Whereas Huma Qureshi said, “So sorry for your loss.”
“Isn’t it completely in dad’s character to bowl us over with the ultimate spin ball, one that even we never saw coming,” Angad wrote. “While we are in shock and overcome with grief, we find solace in knowing that he lived a rich, fearless and full life that inspired many. We are moved by each and every message of love we have received publicly and personally.”
“Thank you to everyone for celebrating his grit, humour and giant heart. It is heartwarming to see how many generations Dad inspired throughout his life. Every day of life was spent in devotion to his family and faith, and in service to his Waheguru. He epitomised living a life that was Nirbhau-Nirvair and we are comforted in knowing that he is with his beloved now.” Angad and Neha wrote in their tribute post.
Angad Bedi’s father Bishan Singh Bedi was also the former Indian Captain. During his funeral, several cricketers had come to pay their last rites. On the other hand, Angad Bedi marked his international sports debut recently. He bagged the Gold Medal in the 400-metre race and dedicated the win to his father.