In the first picture, you can see the senior actor with his wife Poonam Sinha and Mumtaz. Shatrughan wrote, “It was a delightful surprise when our friend and my personal favourite, the most beautiful, talented, elegant actor #Mumtaz paid us a visit at our home ‘Ramayana’ just a few days back. It was truly nostalgic remembering the good old times, spent as friends and artists.”
It was a delightful surprise when our friend & my personal favourite, the most beautiful, talented, elegant actor… https://t.co/1paeJ7GqBh
— Shatrughan Sinha (@ShatruganSinha) 1637384516000
The actor turned politician also gifted Mumtaz a copy of his biography ‘Anything But Khamosh’. Sharing another picture from their reunion he tweeted, “It was wonderful to have presented her my most talked about, much acclaimed biography ‘Anything but Khamosh‘. The book has a special mention of her contribution in my career. It was a great afternoon, well spent! Love you Mumtaz! Long live our friendship!”
wonderful to have presented her my most talked about, much acclaimed biography ‘Anything but Khamosh’.The book has… https://t.co/1BDI9F7Mqe
— Shatrughan Sinha (@ShatruganSinha) 1637384518000
Incidentally, Shatrughan and Mumtaz had shared the screen together in critically hit films like ‘Khilona’, ‘Ek Nari Ek Brahmachari’, ‘Jheel Ke Us Paar’ and ‘Aandhiyan’.
Meanwhile, the veteran actor was in news yesterday when he applauded Prime Minister
Narendra Modi’s decision to withdraw the controversial
farm laws. In a series of tweets, Shatrughan said that finally, good sense/wisdom has prevailed’.
Finally, good sense/wisdom has prevailed on our hon’ble PM @narendramodi better late than never. The draconian farm… https://t.co/DWSLTfo6zr
— Shatrughan Sinha (@ShatruganSinha) 1637310009000
The veteran actor had also slammed Kangana Ranaut for her controversial ‘freedom’ comments saying that she should stick to giving her opinion on cinema.