Ridhi Dogra pens a heartfelt note for uncle Arun Jaitley

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Popular television actress Ridhi Dogra who is known for her show Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak, has recently penned a heartfelt note for former Finance Minister and her uncle Arun Jaitley who passed away on Saturday at AIIMS hospital in New Delhi.

Ridhi Dogra pens a heartfelt note for uncle Arun Jaitley

Ridhi posted a picture of her fufaji Arun Jaitely on her Instagram and wrote a heartwarming note.

In her long note, Ridhi wrote, “How’s your work going beta? What’s new in your industry these days?’ He would always ask me. And I would always feel short of words because I knew I would not know a patch of what he did about my industry but still he had this great quality to make everyone he spoke to, feel important to his time.

Ridhi Dogra pens a heartfelt note for uncle Arun Jaitley

He is indeed a huge loss to the nation. But his loss to our family is deeper. A void never to be filled. I have grown up around him and buji, played innumerable times with Sonali and Rohan, in his office when he was a lawyer. I remember him as someone always working hard, dedicated and so focused. His knowledge and sharp insight into everything was tremendous and in-depth. He loved the company of children and the youth and always wanted to hear how our lives were going and how we saw our future. It used to be mesmerizing to sit in the same room as him and hear him talk as he would have everyone engaged and in splits with his anecdotes and stories one after another from his incredible life. He exemplified a high standard of ethics, ideologies and value system which I have learnt and try to imbibe in my work and life. I will always remember him with a warm prayer, immense gratitude and love. I truly believe legends live on forever and he truly will. My heart is always with you buji, Sonali and Rohan. I know you are resting in peace fufaji. Warmest prayers for you now and always.”

 

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‘How’s your work going beta? What’s new in your industry these days?’ He would always ask me. And I would always feel short of words because I knew i would not know a patch of what he did about my industry but still he had this great quality to make everyone he spoke to, feel important to his time. He is indeed a huge loss to the nation. But his loss to our family is deeper. A void never to be filled. I have grown up around him and buji, played innumerable times with Sonali and Rohan, in his office when he was a lawyer. I remember him as someone always working hard, dedicated and so focused. His knowledge and sharp insight about everything was tremendous and indepth. He loved the company of children and the youth and always wanted to hear how our lives were going and how we saw our future. It used to be mesmerizing to sit in the same room as him and hear him talk as he would have everyone engaged and in splits with his anecdotes and stories one after another from his incredible life. He exemplified high standard of ethics, ideologies and value system which I have seen and try to imbibe in my work and life. I will always remember him with a warm prayer, immense gratitude and love. I truly believe legends live on forever and he truly will. My heart is always with you buji, Sonali and Rohan. I know you are resting in peace fufaji. Warmest prayers for you now and always. 🙏💫♥️😇

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Ridhi Dogra has appeared in shows like Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak?, Laagi Tujhse Lagan, Woh Apna Sa among others.