Bhavna Panday pens emotional note remembering late mother-in-law, shares unseen pic of Ananya Panday with her grandparents
Bhavna Panday pens emotional note remembering late mother-in-law, shares unseen pic of Ananya Panday with her grandparents

Veteran actor Chunky Panday's wife Bhavna, on Monday, shared an emotional note remembering her mother-in-law Snehlata Panday, who passed on Saturday.

Sharing throwback several pictures of the family, she wrote: "The Best !!!! Mom, Mom in Law , Grandmother to my kids , Inspiration in every possible way !!!!! Love you ! Miss you ! Rest in Peace #blessedwiththebest #thefunnestpersonever"

The first picture shows Bhavna dancing with her mother-in-law while another picture shows a young Ananya in her grandmother's lap as she happily poses for the camera.

Bhavna's 'Faboulous Lives of Bollywood Wives' co-stars Neelam Kothari, Maheep Kapoor, and Riddhima Kapoor Sahni were among the others who offered condolences in the comments section.

Chunky Panday's mother, Snehlata Panday, passed away on Saturday. She was 85.

The actor was spotted arriving with his wife Bhavana and daughter Rysa at his late mother's residence to pay their last respects.

Reportedly, Ananya, who was very close to her grandmother couldn't arrive on time as she had stepped out earlier in the day for a professional commitment.

Stars like Sohail Khan, Deanne Panday, Neelam Kothari and her husband Sameer Soni, Shabina Khan and politician Bhai Jagtap, Baba Siddique and others were also snapped arriving for the last rites.

On Sunday, Ananya penned an emotional note and said her grandmother inspired her every single day to do what she loves and that she is so grateful to have grown up basking in her energy and light.

She shared a set of throwback pictures posing with her younger sister and grandmother.

Alongside the image, Ananya wrote: "Rest in power, my angel. When she was born the doctors said she wouldn't live beyond a few years because of a defected heart valve but my 'Dadi' lived and how (sic).

"She worked every day until the age of 85, going to work at 7 a.m. in her block heels and red streaked hair.

"She inspired me every single day to do what I love and I'm so grateful to have grown up basking in her energy and light. She had the softest hands to hold, gave the best leg massages, she was a self-proclaimed (and very politically incorrect) palm reader and never ever failed to make me laugh.

"The life of our family. You're too loved to ever be forgotten Dadi -- I love you so much," the actress added.

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