Reema lagoo mother in movies like Mein Pyaar Kiya, Hum Aapke Hain Kaun, Vastava no more
Mumbai: Bollywood actress Rima Lagoo, passed away. Died on Thursday morning at Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai. After a sudden heart attack, she was admitted to the hospital late last night just after 3 am. After that, she breathed her last breath this morning. Reema has made several important contributions to Hindi and Marathi films industry. She was known as Glamor's mother.
Rima will be cremated at the cremation ground of Oshivara, western suburb of Mumbai, at 2 pm on Thursday. It is being said that many legends of the film industry are about to reach out to pay last homage.
Reema worked nearly 250 movies. She was the heroine in four or five Marathi films. In fact, in the form of modern Mother India, her character in Rajshri Productions is bigger and biggest than the character than any other films. Rima made 13-14 films as a child artist, and this journey lead her to the popular character of mother in Hindi films, in which she proved to be the most popular mother after Nirupa Rai.
But Marathi theater gave her more recognition then the Hindi film industry. For the first time after college, when she was standing in front of Nana Patekar in Purush drama as a rape victim, hundreds of spectators sitting in the theater came to know that a legend like Nana Patekar could also be challenged.
Reema lagoo acted in several hit films as a mother in Mein Pyaar Kiya, Hum Aapke Hain Kaun, Ham sath sath hai, Kuch Kuch hota hai, Saajan, Vastava, and Aashiqui. Apart from this, She appeared in many TV shows. Her TV show Shrimaan Shrimati had been quite a hit,which people still remember.
Amitabh Bachan Twitted
T 2428 - Just heard the shocking and unbelievable news about Reema Lagoo's passing .. such a fine talent and gone so young ! Very SAD !!— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) May 18, 2017
Rishi Kapoor twitted
RIP. Worked in quite a few films. Reema Lagoo. Good friend. Heartfelt condolences pic.twitter.com/GItoweLzsR— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) May 18, 2017