Bhumi Pednekar took to Instagram and wrote a heartfelt note in the memory of her recently deceased Nana Ji (Grandfather) Major Dayachand Hooda.
The actress shared a beautiful picture of her along with her Nana ji, her mom and sister and wrote, “I remember I used to tell you as a kid that “nana I will pick you up, the way you pick me up”, a story you very fondly told everyone always ♥️ Today, I think of you and all the love you’ve given us all – The summers & winters in Jaipur, where we used to look at your Army uniform and ask you stories of how you got that bullet mark, where the little joys of simply eating a fruit plucked from the garden or the customary evening in your room with everyone and chai, filled us all with the utmost joy. Thank you Nana & Nani for giving me the best childhood one could ever ask for 🙏🏼 You will always be with us, your memories are deeply etched in our minds and I will share all your stories with the generations to come ♥️
Nana you’re now with the love of your life. May your soul rest in peace Nanaji. My life is dedicated you and nani 🙏🏻 Maj. Dayachand Hooda 22.9.2019 & Eternity 🌸 #ForeverMine”
May his soul rests in peace!
On the work front, Bhumi Pednekar is gearing up for the release of her upcoming film Saand Ki Aankh. She will also be seen in Bala, Pati Patni Aur Woh, Bhoot- Part One: The Haunted Ship.
Talking about working in Bhoot, Bhumi recently revealed that the film will change the language of horror in India.
“No. I had read the script and the director is a very dear friend of mine and I known about ‘Bhoot…’ since it’s inception and I knew this one is going to be a genre breaking film. It’s a film that is really going to change the language of horror in India.” Bhumi told IANS when asked if she thought twice on signing the dotted lines for “Bhoot – Part 1: The Haunted Ship“