Priyanka Chopra pens a heartwarming post on her father's birth anniversary: You are with us everyday
Priyanka Chopra has often talked about her love for her dad and how difficult it was for her to cope with his loss.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas has shared a heartwarming post to mark her father, Ashok Chopra's, birthday. The post features a still of her father, in which he is smiling as a song plays in the background. The actor has often talked about her love for her dad and how difficult it was for her to cope with his loss.
The Quantico actor remembers her father and writes," In everything I do, I think about your encouragement... In every choice I make, I ask for your affirmation... In everything that happens to me, I am grateful for your blessings."
Ashok Chopra, passed away in 2013, after battling cancer.
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Every year on this day Sid and I would look for ways to surprise you... but we never managed to do so! You always knew everything... So I hope wherever you are, You know that you are with us everyday. In everything I do, I think about your encouragement... In every choice I make, I ask for your affirmation... In everything that happens to me, I am grateful for your blessings. Happy Birthday Dad. I wish you were here everyday! We love you. @siddharthchopra89 @madhumalati P.S. - the background song was one of dad’s favourites... one he always used to sing for mom ❤
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