Reema was admitted to the Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai in the midnight when she complained of chest pain.
Reema Lagoo is best-known for playing the role of a mother in various films.
Tu Tu Main Main, which featured a stubborn mother-in-law, played by Reema Lagoo, and a boisterous daughter-in-law, enacted by Supriya Pilgaonkar, was one of the best comedy TV shows ever made. She was 59 and her last rites will be held today. "She was perfectly fine and had no health issues.so it is really shocking for all of us that she is no more with us". Her role in Tu Tu Main Main will always be remembered as the Mother in Law role in Indian television. She was the daughter of a well-known Marathi actress and began acting herself after finishing school in Pune. The performance of Reema Lagoo attracted the audience.
Veteran actor Reema Lagoo passed away in Mumbai on Thursday morning.
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Reema was married to Marathi actor Vivek Lagoo.
She was now working on TV serial Naamkaran on Star Plus.
Later, Reema became famous for portraying the "middle-aged, modern, but understanding mother" on both, the silver and the small screens, to some of the biggest stars in the industry. The daily soap which was inspired by the Mahesh Bhatt directed 1998 movie Zakhm saw Reema Lagoo in an influential role of the antagonist, Dayavanti Mehta. Be it Salman's mom in Hum Saath-Saath Hain or SRK's mom in Kal Ho Naa Ho, her characters had their own share of struggles and fights, but they were never the weepy, helpless, poor mother that Nirupa Roy often played in her films. Reema Lagoo won four Filmfare awards in the supporting actress category.
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