Thank you for everything: Celebs shower mums with love on Mother's Day

Celebrities took to their social media to wish these superwomen

Entertainment Desk May 13, 2024

Amidst the hustle and bustle of daily life, it seems like Mother's Day zoomed right by. Even so, many celebrities took to their social media to wish the superwomen who helped shape them into the people audiences see before them. Starting off, actor Ahad Raza Mir took to Instagram to share a rather unique wish for his mum.

A picture of the duo caught in a candid pose was accompanied by the text, "You wouldn't be a mother without me. You're welcome. Thank me. I came into this world to bless you. You owe me. I dedicate this post to all the sons out there. We deserve a son's day. Go tell your mothers they ain't mothers without you. Happy Mother's Day to all the amazing moms out there. Most importantly, mine."


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Actor Maya Ali, on the other hand, chose to go with a more traditional wish. Thanking her mother for believing in her, the star shared a picture of her and her mum nestled close. "Thank you for always listening to even those words which I never say," said the star, brimming with gratitude. She added, "Thank you for sitting by my side all night when I don’t feel good and being there in all the good and bad times. Amma these words can’t ever be enough to describe what a "mother” does for her children. Whatever I am today, I owe it all to you, because without you nothing would have been possible."


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Yasir Hussain shared an image of his mum kissing his nephew. Likening his nephew to his son, Kabir, he wished his mother on the occasion. Veteran actor Bushra Ansari shared an image of her departed mother, sending love her way. It was evident from the post and caption that the actor missed her mother.


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Ayeza Khan shared a picture of her mother and penned a lengthy caption. In it, she wrote, "Dear Mama, I’ve never felt the need to make friends, not because I don’t value them, but because I love to cherish every moment spent with you. You’ve been and will always be my best friend forever." Joking about how the duo fight and argue, the star furthered, "Every single day I strive to be an example for Hoorain, and I owe that to you for setting the perfect example for me. Only the strongest women can empower others, and you’ve made me stronger in countless ways. May Allah always protect you, granting you a long and healthy life. Every aspect of my life is dedicated to you, Mama. Thank you for everything."


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Hania Aamir shared a loved-up picture with her mom and a video with an accompanying caption. "Happy Mother’s Day to my angel!" she wrote, hilariously adding her hopes for her mom to always think of her faded jeans as being dirty. She added, "Love you and I know you stalk me from your secret account."

Across the border, Indian stars, too, took the opportunity to shower their mums with love. Tara Sutaria paid homage to her mom by recreating one of her looks. The late Irrfan Khan's son, actor Babil Khan, shared images of his parents and wrote, "There would have been no Irrfan without Sutapa Sikdar. There would have been no Ayaan without Sutapa Sikdar. There would be no Babil if it wasn’t for Sutapa Sikdar. Every day is Mother’s Day"


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Actor Sanjay Dutt shared a photo from his mother's youth, adding alongside, "Wishing a Happy Mother's Day to the woman who taught me how to love unconditionally and live with kindness. Your spirit lives on in the love I carry in my heart, Mom. Thank you for everything, love you." Priyanka Chopra Jonas penned a lengthy note on the occasion, wishing her mother and also sharing what it's like to be a new mum.


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