Who Was Narendranath Razdan? Alia Bhatt’s Nana Dies At The Age of 95

Alia Bhatt Nana Narendranath Razdan

Narendranath Razdan, Alia Bhatt‘s grandpa, died at the age of 95. After being severely ill, the actress’ nana died on June 1. He was hospitalized at Breach Candy Hospital for a lung infection a few days ago. As his infection progressed, doctors opted to admit him to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Read on to know more!


Alia Shares An Emotional Message

Who Was Narendranath Razdan

Narendranath Razdan, Alia Bhatt’s grandpa and Soni Razdan’s father, passed away on June 1.  Alia Bhatt also uploaded a moving video from his 92nd birthday, in which Ranbir Kapoor appears. She wrote an emotional note,

“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 & till the very last moment.. loved his life! ♥️My heart is full of sorrow but also full of joy .. because all my grandpa did is give us joy & for that feel blessed and grateful to have been brought up by all the light he had to give! Until we meet again.”


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A post shared by Alia Bhatt 💛 (@aliaabhatt)


Soni Razdan Posts A Heartbreaking Message In Memory Of Her Late Father

Veteran actress Soni Razdan also sent a message about the awful death. She posted a photo of her father with the caption “Daddy” and a sadness emoji.


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A post shared by Soni Razdan (@sonirazdan)

Alia Bhatt recently skipped the IIFA Awards 2023 due to the hospitalization of her grandpa Narendranath. Our hearts go out to the Razdan and Bhatt families. Share your thoughts on the heartbreaking demise.

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