Alia Bhatt's Grandfather Dies At 94. Read Actress' Emotional Tribute

"All my grandpa did is give us joy," wrote Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt's Grandfather Dies At 94. Read Actress' Emotional Tribute

A throwback of Alia with her grandfather. (courtesy: aliaabhatt)

New Delhi:

Alia Bhatt, who lost her grandfather Narendranath Razdan at the age of 94 on Thursday, paid an emotional tribute to him on social media. The actress shared a throwback video from his birthday celebrations, in which he can be seen talking about how a small smile changes everything. Alia wrote in her caption, "My grandpa. My hero. Played golf till 93, worked till 93. Made the best omelette. Told the best stories. Played the violin. Played with his great granddaughter. Loved his cricket. Loved his sketching. Loved his family and till the very last moment.. loved his life." Alia Bhatt added, "My heart is full of sorrow but also full of joy .. because all my grandpa did is give us joy and for that feel blessed and grateful to have been brought up by all the light he had to give. Until we meet again."

Alia Bhatt shared this post for her late grandfather.

Alia Bhatt's mom and veteran actress Soni Razdan wrote this in her tribute to her father. "Daddy. Daddy, grandpa, Nindi - our Angel here on earth. We are so thankful to have called you ours. So grateful to have lived a life basking in your incandescent glow. So blessed to have been touched by your kind, loving, gentle and always vibrant soul. You have taken a piece of us with you but we will never be parted with your spirit. It inhabits us all and will remind us always of what it truly means to be alive. Wherever you are - it's now a happier place because of that beautiful laugh of yours. We love you our silly, beautiful, funny boy - until we meet again."

Alia Bhatt will soon made her Hollywood debut with Heart Of Stone, co-starring Gal Gadot. The actress will also be seen in Jee Le Zaraa with Priyanka Chopra and Katrina Kaif and, Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahaani with Ranveer Singh. The film will also featured veterans Dharmaendra, Jaya Bachchan and Shabana Azmi.