Director Aanand L. Rai Lost His Mother, After Akshay Kumar

After Akshay Kumar, it was director, Aanand L. Rai who also lost his mother on 8th September.

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On Wednesday, after B-town actor, Akshay Kumar lost his mother, it was Bollywood’s well-known and renowned Director Aanand L. Rai who also lost his mother the same morning. Aanand L Rai and his brother Ravi Rai were deeply attached to their mother and rushed by her side in her last moments. Aanand L Rai and his brother shared a close bond with their mother.

Producer Shailesh Singh, who is a close friend of director Aanand L. Rai and his family, was among the first to stand by Anand L Rai in this time of need. Aanand L. Rai has previously given many hit movies like Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, Zero, Raanjhanaa, Tanu Wede Manu, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan, Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, Haseen Dillruba and many others.

However, the Director has extensively worked with Akshay Kumar on many films and the director-actor duo often take to their social media accounts and acknowledge each other’s craft. Recently, Aanand L. Rai took to his Instagram account and shared a beautiful picture with actor Akshay Kumar and captioned the post as, “t’s not where you walk , it’s who walks with you. Thank you @akshaykumar Sir for walking thru this beautiful experience…an affair to remember. #RakshaBandhan”

Even Akshay Kumar shares an amazing bond with Aanand L Rai and had taken it to his Instagram account to honour the bond he shared with the director and shared a lovely picture with Aanand L Rai and Bhumi Pednekar.

 

On the professional front, Aanand L. Rai’s future projects like Bell Bottom, Raksha Bandhan, Atrangi Re and many others are eagerly anticipated by fans. There is no denying that director Aanand L. Rai is one of the best directors in the Bollywood industry as his films have been a huge success and the director has worked with many veterans of the Bollywood Industry and he is one of the renowned directors have.

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