Reema Lagoo was talent house: Shubhangi

Reema Lagoo was talent house: Shubhangi

In an acting career spanning nearly four decades, Lagoo appeared in several hit films like "Saajan", "Vaastav, "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai", "Hum Saath-Saath Hain", "Deewana Mastana", "Yes Boss" and "Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon".

In a statement, Lagoo's son-in-law Vinay Waikul said, "She was complaining of chest pain, so we took her to hospital around 1 a.m".

What she did in each and every film and on TV was all from her heart. "She was perfectly fine and had no health it is really shocking for all us that she is no more with us". Congratulating. Also last month she came to my place on 30th we partied.

Before the last rites, actor Aamir Khan and his wife, besides filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, visited Reema's house.

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"We have been able to bring the mortality rate due to infectious diseases under control, but deaths due to lifestyle diseases are on the rise", Dr Mishra said. The actor's first film "Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak" was with her. Among Lagoo's arthouse forays was Rui Ka Bojh (1997), co-starring Pankaj Kapur. Known her since I was a child. "Her four-decade-long career has been full of variety of roles on the screen as well as on the stage". "We were in London two years ago for a play, White Lilly. With her gone, all her kids must feel orphaned", she says. Supriya Pilgaonkar, who played her daughter-in-law on the show shared a heartfelt message on Twitter. "She said to me, 'Your rawness is your strength, don't try and act like you know it all.' Reema will continue to live in our hearts".

"I have many memories with Reemaji which I will always adore". She was an awesome actress with a attractive smile. Lagoo played both actor's mother at some point during their career. She was regarded by film critics as the new-age mother of Hindi cinema. She became popular on TV doing sitcoms such as Shriman Shrimati and Tu Tu Main Main. She had played his mother in most of the films.

Earlier in the day, he tweeted a picture of the actress from her film "Hum Saath Saath Hain" and wrote, "RIP".

Reemaji and me got associated through a film "Aashiqui" which was my first musical blockbuster made in the "80s".

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