Mumbai: Pandit Sukhram Sharma, grandfather of Bollywood actor Ayush Sharma and former Union Minister of State for Communications, said goodbye to the world on 10 May. Ayush Sharma’s grandfather breathed his last at the age of 94. The demise of Pandit Sukhram Sharma came as a big shock to his family. On May 12, Sukhram Sharma was given a final farewell with national honors where many celebrities from politics and film world came to say goodbye to him.
Ayush Sharma lit the fire to Dada. During this, he was seen very emotional and broken. At the same time, Ayush Sharma has shared an emotional post in the name of Dadu.
The actor shared the pictures of Dadu’s last farewell and wrote that now Dada calling will ring in the phone. In the pictures, Aayush, along with son Ahil, is seen offering flowers to his grandfather’s body. At the same time, in a video, we can see Aayush giving shoulder to Dadu’s bier.
With these heartbreaking pictures, Aayush wrote-Dada wherever you are, I am sure you are smiling. You got that farewell for which you have worked all your life. Leaving this world wrapped in the Indian tricolor. This is a huge void in our lives that can never be filled. With your revolution every Indian has a phone in hand but unfortunately my phone will no longer ring saying ‘Dada Calling’.
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Significantly, the late former Telecom Minister is the person who took his step towards bringing a telecom revolution in India by making the first call on the cellular phone in the country. This is how Pandit Sukh Ram Sharma made his place as one of the most respected politicians not only in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh but in the entire country.
Please tell that Pandit Sukhram Sharma was admitted to AIIMS Hospital in Delhi after a brain stroke. The 95-year-old politician started deteriorating on Friday afternoon after which the family decided to airlift him to Delhi on Saturday. On Wednesday, Sukhram Sharma breathed his last.