Ashish Chowdhry has shared pictures of his late sister on 12th anniversary of Mumbai terror attacks.

Ashish Chowdhry remembers late sister, brother-in-law on 12 years of 26/11: ‘You still stand beside me each second’

Ashish Chowdhry, who misplaced his sister Monica and brother-in-law Ajit within the 2008 Mumbai terror assaults, continues to be heartbroken on the loss. On the 12th anniversary of the assaults which left nearly 166 useless and a number of other injured, the Dhamaal actor shared a observe on Twitter of their reminiscence.

Sharing throwback photos with sister Monica, Ashish wrote, “Not a day completes without you, Mona.. I miss Jiju n you everyday. Just keep lookin at me as I do even now. Coz you make me stronger until today. Just like we laughed and played together everyday, you still stand beside me each second. And that makes me breathe right even today.” While one exhibits the 2 sharing a hug most likely throughout her marriage ceremony celebrations, the opposite two photos are from their childhood and teenage years.


Ashish is married to Samita Bangargi and the 2 are dad and mom to son Agasthya and daughters Salara and Sammah. His late sister’s children – son Kanishq (21) and daughter Ananaya (17) additionally reside with them.

Talking about citing the 5 children, he had instructed Hindustan Times in an interview, “I’ve always maintained that I’m a father of five. I keep telling them that this may not be the worst, and it’s not that anything will not come after this. We’ve to be prepared, whether it is death, accident, natural calamity or pandemic, we have to overcome it.”

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“We, as a family, have gone through worse in our life, especially being victims of terror attacks. We’ve gone through way too much in life for my kids to realise that this is not an issue that can’t be handled,” he had mentioned.


A day after the loss of life of actor Sushant Singh Rajput in June, Ashish had penned a heartfelt put up for his pals thanking them for supporting him in his worst part. He’d written on Twitter, “I dipped after 26/11. Even financially. And I’m clear it was my friends who saved me. They save me to date. I can only thank the universe by promising I’ll always be there for them. I’m a phone call away. And I’ve a lot of love and gratitude to give. Friends are our only earning.”

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