Aruna P.K., a cancer patient who wished to meet Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan before she succumbed to the disease, breathed her last today.
Soon after her death, the 'Raees' star took to Twitter to pay his condolences to the family.
"May Allah give u strength to deal with the loss of your beautiful mother. I know how sad it is to deal with the loss of a parent. Know that she is always with you and henceforth do things that give her reasons to smile in heaven," he wrote.
Aruna's son Akshat thanked SRK for the heartwarming message and wrote, "Thank You @iamsrk for giving her happiness in her final moments."
Akshat had shared the new of his mother demise on the micro-blogging site.
"Even God needs happiness in times of chaos. May the purest and happiest soul of Maa @Arunapk57 Rest in Peace. Thank you everyone," he wrote.
Earlier, the 51-year-old actor had sent across a video message to Aruna after she expressed wish to meet him.
In the video, he said, "You are a very strong lady Aruna, I know your gusto, your will, your happiness that you have shared with your loved ones. I can tell that you have the strength to fight this illness and with our prayers and your strength you will get well very soon."
Adding, "I just want to say that your children Akshat and Priyanka love you. They are really hoping you get well soon and I know their prayers will be answered."
Shah Rukh Khan had also wanted to have a telephonic conversation with Aruna after her doctor's permission.