Bollywood's Loving Mother Reema Lagoo Passes Away 

RIP Reema ji!

Bollywood's Loving Mother Reema Lagoo Passes Away 

Indian veteran actress, Reema Lagoo passed away at the age of 59 in Mumbai after a severe cardiac attack.

On Wednesday, the actress complained to her relatives of chest pain following which she was taken to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital in Andheri, Mumbai. Reportedly, she took her last breath in the hospital.

The senior actress of Indian film and television industry had started her career with Marathi (Regional language) cinema. After getting the appreciation, she then went on to star in Hindi cinema as well around the 1970s and early 80s.

Reema Lagoo is best known for her peculiar depiction of on-screen protagonist mother in the films like, 'Hum Sath Sath Hain,' 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' and television shows like 'Tu Tu Main Main' and 'Shriman Shrimati'.

In a career span of more than 35 years, she has performed many roles. And currently, she was starring in Star Plus channel's super hit show, 'Naamkaran.'

Reema Lagoo dies at the age of 59.

Reema Lagoo dies at the age of 59.

If we look closely, then she has played the mother character of almost all the superstars of our industry of this generation. Like she has become the reel mother of Salman Khan in 'Maine Pyar Kiya,' Akshay Kumar 'Jai Kishan,' Sridevi 'Gumrah,' Madhuri Dixit 'Hum Apke Hain Kaun' and Shah Rukh Khan 'Kal Ho Na Ho'.


ANI reported it first on Twitter and since then news has spread like a wild fire.

Fans have already started showering their love and tribute to her on social media platforms.

And everyone is referring to her as one of the most senior actresses of Indian cinema in current times.

While there are also some people who called her as one of the most loved mothers on-screen.

Indian government television and radio broadcasters, Doordarshan tweeted this:

Undoubtedly, she was a great asset and source of learning for young actresses.

It's a great loss to Indian showbiz fraternity. 

We will miss you, Reema Lagoo Ji. May your soul rest in peace.

That's all, folks!