Dharmendra talks about his mother Satwant Kaur: She wanted me to learn how to manage money

Dharmendra talks about his mother Satwant Kaur: She wanted me to learn how to manage money

Veteran actor Dharmendra took a trip down memory lane. Source: Twitter.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, January 19

Veteran actor Dharmendra took a trip down memory lane and shared a “loving message” to his fans about mothers on Sunday.

In a tweet, the 83-year-old actor shared a black and white picture of his mother, Satwant Kaur.

He wrote: “Dil se juda  hoon....dosto....kahe deta hoon ....chhota tha ...maa se kah baitha.....tu kabhi chhod ke na jaaye gi mujhe ...tu hameesha zinda rahegi.... seena se lipta liya maa ne.....kahne lagi ... “tere Nana Nani   zinda hain kiya? ...Main bhi to.....un bin zida hoon”

The veteran actor continued and revealed in another tweet that she wanted him to learn how to handle “monthly expenditure”

“My mother use to run our home till she lived. She always wanted me to know the monthly expenditure which I use Ignore. knowing, she was sending money to some needy people of her choice. This loving amusement on our faces tells the whole story. She was a great human being”, his tweet read.

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He concluded his series of tweets by reminding his fans to respect their mothers.

He wrote: “This loving message is to you all dear friends. We all love our mother because she is a great refuge of comforts but we can never ignore our father who is the captain of the ship a great guide in every respect to make our life most beautiful”.

Born on December 8, 1935, Dharmendra is the son of Kewal Kishan Singh Deol and Satwant Kaur.

Also read: Dharmendra talks about his father, Kewal Kishan Deol, and childhood home

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