My younger brother, be happy: Aadesh told Sonu

New Delhi, Sep 8 (IANS) Singer Sonu Nigam has shared that in his last conversation with Aadesh Shrivastava, the late Bollywood music composer and singer had referred to him as a “younger brother”.

Shrivastava breathed his last on Saturday after battling cancer for five years.

Sonu took to Twitter and shared his Whatsapp conversation dated July 25. A snapshot of the conversation features an image of Shrivastava on a hospital bed.

With a smile on his face, although lying on the hospital bed, Shrivastava had shared his photograph with Nigam and captioned it as “Mere chota bhai… khush raho (my younger brother… be happy).”

Responding to the shared image, the 42-year-old wrote: “Lots of Love Aadesh bhai.. Prayers and best wishes… you will get well soon…Jaimataki…”

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Arjun gets over a million fans on Instagram

Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor, who is currently busy shooting for his upcoming film “Ki and Ka”, has amassed over one million fans on Instagram.

The 30-year-old actor, who made his debut in tinsel town with the 2012 film “Ishaqzaade”, shared a photograph of himself on Tuesday on the photo-sharing website. He is seen sporting a white t-shirt, red and blue jacket and dark blue jeans.

Arjun captioned the image: “When u check ur phone n see u reached 1.4 million on insta…at the trippy #flyingmachine shoot.”

The “Gunday” actor is very active on social media platforms to stay connected with his fans and well wishers.

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