Performing artist Raza Murad says he generally considered veteran motion picture and theater on-screen character Reema Lagoo, who kicked the bucket here at an opportune time Thursday taking after a heart failure, as his more youthful sister.
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Reema inhaled her last at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Andheri west here, where she was surged soon after 12 pm.
Raza on Thursday shared photo of himself alongside Reema and subtitled: “My dear companion and old collegue, Reema Lagoo has passed away. It is recently unimaginable and mind blowing that this smooth woman is no more.”
The 66-year-old on-screen character included: “She generally tended to me as Raza bhai and I generally thought about her as a chhoti behen (more youthful sister). One of the saddest and stunning news that she has gone for eternity. May her honorable soul rest in unceasing peace.”
Raza and Reema together have shared screen space in movies like “Sangdil Sanam”, “Hatya”, “Apne Dam Par” and “Henna”.
Reema ended up plainly celebrated for depicting the “moderately aged, present day, however understanding mother” to a portion of the greatest stars in the business on both of all shapes and sizes screens.
She was noted for her parts in a few blockbusters like “Murmur Aapke Hain Kaun”, “Aashiqui”, “Kuch Hota Hai”, “Murmur Saath Hain”, “Maine Pyar Kiya”, “Kal Ho Na Ho”, “Vastaav”, “Saajan”, “Rangeela” and “Kya Kehna”, and so on.