Chef Vikas Khanna mourns sister Radha’s demise, calls her ‘soulmate’ and ‘greatest good friend’






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Michelin star chef Vikas Khanna mourned the demise of his sister, Radha Khanna on Monday, February 28, calling her his ‘soulmate’ and ‘greatest good friend’. He even knowledgeable that she died of a number of organ failure and shared a heartfelt notice on social media bidding her an emotional goodbye.

Taking to his Instagram, Vikas shared the unlucky information and shared a cheerful picture during which the siblings had been seen smiling collectively. He wrote, “My soulmate left me right this moment. March 23, 1974 – Feb 28, 2022. She fought like a champion for years with Lupus, aHUS, renal failure. However right this moment attributable to a number of organ failure, my greatest good friend handed away in my arms. Loveeeee you Radha without end & without end. RIP”

As quickly as Vikas posted the grief-filled notice, followers and members of the movie and meals trade posted their heartfelt condolences. “Omg..cannot consider,” veteran actor Neena Gupta commented. “Am so so sorry.. my heartfelt condolences Vikas,” Shabana Azmi wrote. Ranveer Brar was left speechless as he dropped a heartbreaking notice beneath the image. Chef Kunal Kapoor expressed his condolences and wrote, “That is an irreversible loss. Peace to you brother.”

On Tuesday, March 1, Vikas remembered his sister and dropped a video that showcased their blissful occasions collectively. As a caption, he wrote, “Even when she was semi-conscious, she saved telling the Drs that she desires to go dwelling quickly and shield Viku. #MyRadha #SistersAreBlessing.”

Chef Vineet Bhatia took to the feedback part beneath the video and wrote, “The ache of dropping an expensive one is unmatched.

Her fond recollections will stay without end and she is going to nonetheless preserve defending you from heaven. Keep sturdy. Om shanti”.

For the unversed, Vikas has even directed a movie titled ‘The Final Shade’, based mostly on the day by day struggles of the widows in Vrindavan and Varanasi.