From Big-B to Madhuri: B-Town shocked at Reema Lagoo passingUpdated: May 18, 2017 14:05 IST
Rishi Kapoor: "RIP. Worked in quite a few films. Reema Lagoo. Good friend. Heartfelt condolences."
This is truly sad news...she was warm, gracious and an exceptional actor...I had the privilege of directing her....#RIPReemaLagoo— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) May 18, 2017
Kangana Ranaut: "So Sad To Hear The Passing Of #ReemaLagoo Thank You For All Your Great Contribution To Indian Cinema Your's Truly #KanganaRanaut."
RIP. Worked in quite a few films. Reema Lagoo. Good friend. Heartfelt condolences pic.twitter.com/GItoweLzsR— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) May 18, 2017
Small screen stars Kushal Tandon and Karishma Tanna to shared their feelings and tweeted: Kushal Tandon: "My fav onscreen mom!!!! Whenever I used to c her on screen I used to c my own mom in her !rip ReemaLagoo ji.....more power to family" ?? Karishma Tanna?: "It's shocking to know about the sad demise of #ReemaLagoo ji. Industry has lost A wonderful human being & a great actress.#RIP." Reema Lagoo, born on February 3 in 1958, took her last breath in Mumbai's Kokilaben Hospital, in the wee hours of Thursday, following a cardiac arrest. She appeared in Marathi, Hindi films and television shows, serving the industry for nearly four decades. Her most popular movies include 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai,' 'Yeh Dillagi,' 'Maine Pyaar Kiya,' and 'Hum Saath Saath Hain' among others. Presently, she was working in TV soap 'Namkaran,' portraying the antagonist Dayawanti Mehta. The show was inspired by the 1998 movie 'Zakhm,' which was based on Mahesh Bhatt's life. (ANI)
Shocked & saddened. Reema Lagoo ji will be missed. She will always be remembered for her iconic roles in cinema & on stage. RIP— Riteish Deshmukh (@Riteishd) May 18, 2017