Arjun Kapoor Congratulates Sister Anshula On Her ‘First Award’


New Delhi: 

Arjun Kapoor’s sister Anshula Kapoor won the MOM Woman For Tech Award at the MTV-IWM Digital Awards on Tuesday and the actor couldn’t be more proud. Anshula Kapoor was awarded for her initiative – an online fundraising platform called Fankind. Making the moment extra special for his sister, Arjun Kapoor shared a special video for her on Instagram, in which he can be heard asking her, “How does it feel winning your first award, Anshula? An award that give you wings.” Sharing the post, he accompanied it with a heartfelt note, which he made extra special by mentioning his late mother Mona Shourie in it.

Arjun Kapoor captioned his post: “She won her first award… Life is good… Nothing else matters to me in the world! PS – The award has the word ‘MOM’ on it and makes it more special because she’s watching over you Ansh and that’s bigger than any achievement of mine… Love you, Anshula. Keep working hard on Fankind.” Arjun Kapoor and Anshula Kapoor are Boney Kapoor’s children with his first wife Mona Shourie.

Take a look at Arjun Kapoor’s post:

Arjun Kapoor frequently expresses love and support for Anshula through his sweet posts on social media. In August, when Anshula Kapoor launched her fundraising platform, Arjun Kapoor shared an appreciation post for her and wrote: “And it’s finally here! So proud of you ,Anshula Kapoor… You continue to inspire me in every day of my life.”

On the work front, Arjun Kapoor was last seen in India’s Most Wanted. His upcoming film is Ashutosh Gowariker’s Panipat, in which he will share screen space with Kriti Sanon, Sanjay Dutt, Mohnish Bahl and Padmini Kolhapure. The film is slated to release on December 6.

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