Qayamat Ki Raat actor Vivek Dahiya's grandfather passes away, actor shares life lessons learnt from the loss

On Monday, the actor wrote a heartfelt post praising his grandmother's resilience and the lessons he learnt during his trip back home.
news & gossip,Divyanka Tripathi & Vivek DahiyaThe actor's grandfather recently passed away and Vivek had to go to his hometown Hisar in Haryana for the funeral and last rites.
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Television actor Vivek Dahiya, who is currently seen in Qayamat Ki Raat, shared an emotional and heartfelt post on Monday morning. The actor's grandfather recently passed away and Vivek had to go to his hometown Hisar in Haryana for the funeral and last rites. Vivek often shares pictures with his wife Divyanka Tripathi and keeps his fans regularly updated about his work projects. On Monday, the actor wrote a heartfelt post praising his grandmother's resilience and the lessons he learnt during his trip back home.

Vivek Dahiya while sharing a picture with his grandmother wrote, "Her aura of positivity builds a wall around everyone she loves. Unfortunately I lost my dadaji day before yesterday. A whirlwind of emotions took over, although he was 93, losing a loved one is never easy." 

Speaking about his grandmother's strength, he added, "In the midst of a gathering of around 200 people, I walked up to my dadi ma full of emotions and she smiled and lovingly asked me, "daoon poonch gaya ke?” Did you reach comfortably? I was dumbstruck by her strength! Post the cremation ceremony, with a heavy heart and eyes filled, I spent sometime with her and she told me, "He was 93, he lived a great life. I want you all to smile because your grandfather was a lucky man, blessed to have his children take care of him. There should be no one crying as he's a happy soul and every time we remember him, we should smile!" 

Take a look at Vivek's entire post below: 

 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Her aura of positivity builds a wall around everyone she loves. Unfortunately I lost my dadaji day before yesterday. A whirlwind of emotions took over, although he was 93, losing a loved one is never easy. So many things unsaid, so many more moments that could have been cherished, I thought to myself as I rushed off on the next flight. I was too scared to speak to my father, the thought of him breaking down, the thought of catching him weak shook me up. And then the moment came -after the flight and a long drive I finally reached my family. In the midst of a gathering of around 200 people, I walked up to my dadi ma full of emotions and she smiled and lovingly asked me, "daoon poonch gaya ke?” Did you reach comfortably? I was dumbstruck by her strength! Post the cremation ceremony, with a heavy heart and eyes filled, I spent sometime with her and she told me, "He was 93, he lived a great life. I want you all to smile because your grandfather was a lucky man, blessed to have his children take care of him. There should be no one crying as he's a happy soul and every time we remember him, we should smile!" A farmer, in her young days she had sown seeds, harvested crops and with it all physically fought with anyone who would ever try to bully her! She still does that even today by sowing seeds of happiness in her family, fighting and warding off all negativity. She’s 86 but no one dared to cry in front of her. Her strength, her positivity walled off everything around us once again. This lesson shall stay with me forever! #LessonsOfLife #LiveTheMoments

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The actor concluded by saying that his grandmother's strength and positivity will be a lesson and stay with him forever. Vivek's 1.5 million followers, too, expressed their grief and offered their condolences.

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