Sridevi's daughter Jhanvi celebrates her 21st birthday at an old-age home

Although the entire film fraternity and movie-lovers have been mourning the loss of the Sridevi, the people who are actually the ones to get most closely affected by the tragedy are her close friends and family members.

Among those, is her her eldest daughter Jhanvi Kapoor who turned 21 this week - only a few days after her mother's untimely demise - and celebrated the occasion in a quite manner by spending time at an old-age home.

The aspiring actress and upcoming star of Karan Johar's "Dhadak" decided to spend her birthday quietly in the presence of her near and dear ones and also took out the the time to visit an old-age NGO in Mumbai.






Cousin Sonam Kapoor posted a picture of the budding star on her Instagram and left her a sweet wish.

"To one of the strongest girls I know, who became a woman today. Happy birthday jannu," she wrote.


Jhanvi also shared a heartfelt note on her IG along with a number of past pictures of her mother.

"On my birthday, the only thing I ask of all of you is that you love your parents. Cherish them and devote yourself to making them feel that love," she wrote. "They have made you. And I ask that you remember my mother fondly, pray for her soul to rest in peace. Let the love and adulation you’ll showered on her continue and please know that the biggest part of my mother was the love she shared with papa. And their love is immortal because there was nothing like it in the whole world."

On my birthday, the only thing I ask of all of you is that you love your parents. Cherish them and devote yourself to making them feel that love. They have made you. And I ask that you remember my mother fondly, pray for her soul to rest in peace. Let the love and adulation you’ll showered on her continue and please know that the biggest part of my mother was the love she shared with papa. And their love is immortal because there was nothing like it in the whole world. Nothing as joyful and pure and no two people as devoted to one another as they were. Please respect that because it hurts to think anyone would ever try to tarnish it. Preserving the sanctity of what they had would mean the world not only to my mother but also to a man who’s entire being revolved around her, and her two children who are all that remains of their love. Me and Khushi have lost our mother but papa has lost his “Jaan”. She was so much more than just an actor or a mother or a wife. She was the ultimate and the best in all these roles. It mattered a great deal to her to give love and to get love. For people to be good and gracious and kind. She didn’t understand frustration or malice or jealousy. So let’s be that. Let’s be full of only good and give only love. That would make her happy, to know that even in death, she gave you all something. The courage and inspiration to fill yourselves with nothing but love and rid yourselves of bitterness in any way and form. That’s what she stood for. Dignity, strength and innocence. Thank you for the love and support everyone has shown us in the past couple of days. It’s given us hope and strength and we can’t thank you all enough.
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Happy 21st Jhanvi. Wishing you all the strength to pull through the tough time.

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