- Mandira Bedi turned 49 on Thursday
- “Hey you. Phoebe to my Rachel,” wrote Mouni for Mandira
- “I miss you a bit much today,” she added
Happy birthday, Mandira Bedi! The actress turned 49 on Thursday and her best friend Mouni Roy can’t keep calm. Mandira and Mouni, who is also an actress, share a close bond and we got a glimpse of their friendship in the latest Instagram post shared by the Naagin actress. Mouni picked some priceless memories of her and the birthday girl from their get-together and trips and wrote this by borrowing a line from Bruno Mars’ song Just The Way You Are: “Cause you’re Ahh-mae-zinggg! Just the way you are! Cannot contain my jumping jack head heart body coz… it’s your birthday *insert* suffocating her with cuddles and kisses and food.”
“Hey you. Phoebe to my Rachel, Hansel to my Gretel, Elinor to my Marianne, Biscof ice cream to my nolen gurer sondesh. I adamantly believe; ‘always give more than you take’ but it’s almost impossible with you, the love, attention, the care, your spirit, energy and zest for life Is, and shall always be unmatched. I’m so lucky to grow with you in love, thoughtfulness wisdom (in the lanes less travelled in Bandra, Europe, Maldives and other places we are yet to visit) my dearest M. I miss you a bit much today, sending you Extra extra love today. Also waiting for one full day of a make belief birthday so we can celebrate it from morn’ till the dusk light. Happy happy birthday Sister,” added Mouni in her caption.
Her full post read: “PS- do save me a few dances on the windowsill, floor, pools, sofa tops, in the ocean and under moonlit skies. I Wuv You. PPS shamelessly stole the 3rd one, coz my thoughts exactly.”
See all the pictures and videos that Mouni Roy shared for her bestie Mandira Bedi:
In terms of work, Mandira Bedi made her Bollywood debut with the 1995 film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, which featured Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in the lead roles. She is known for her performances in TV shows like Shanti, Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, Aurat and in films such as Saaho, Meerabai Not Out and The Tashkent Files.