I still remember the instance from my childhood, where my aunt asked my cousin to become a pilot when he grows up. She also told him that it's her life's biggest dream to watch him fly an airplane. And today when my cousin is a pilot with India's finest airline company, my aunt is the happiest person to watch him do so, coz his son turned her dream into reality.
Similarly, many of our Bollywood stars confessed that their mothers dreamt of watching them become a superstar. Like that in their reel life, these stars are quite attached with their moms in real life too. While many celebs are lucky enough to have their moms with them, there are some superstars who lost their moms much before they made debut in Bollywood.
Their moms passed away even before the release of the first movie of their star sons. These Bollywood actors are often seen speaking about their moms at events and award functions. Let's check out these Bollywood stars who lost their moms at the starting of their career
Sanjay's mom Nargis Dutt was a legendary actress in B-town.
Nargis died on 3rd May 1981 due to cancer. The premiere of Sanjay's first movie was scheduled just after 3 days of his mom's death.
SRK's mom Lateef Fatima Khan died much before he made his debut in Bollywood.
His mom always wanted to see his son as a superstar.
Sushant Singh Rajput made entry on small screen with the show 'Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil' in 2008.
Sushant made debut in Bollywood with 'Kai Po Che!' movie in 2013. Since then, he has acted in a number of Bollywood movies such as 'Shuddh Desi Romance', 'PK', and 'Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!'. This TV actor turned Bollywood star lost his mom at the age of 16.
Arjun Kapoor made debut in Bollywood with 'Ishaqzaade' movie in 2012.
Arjun lost his mom just one and half months before the release of his first movie.
Prateik Babbar got the nomination of the best supporting actor for his role in 'Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na' (2008) movie.
Smita died in 1986 due to child birth complications after Prateik's birth.
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