Reema Lagoo’s remarkable passing has left a vast opening in a Hindi film and TV industry. Her detriment is also tangible in Marathi cinema and theatre. She had finished films in several languages and her grant to art goes over Bollywood. Actor Sonali Kulkarni who had worked with Reema in dual Marathi films — Mukta and Ghara Baher — spoke to indianexpress.com about her memories of a late actor.
“I worked with Reema for a initial time in a Marathi film Mukta in 1994. we was still in college. She was a really genuine, regretful and sexual as a person. She was someone who never feared appreciating other person’s work,” Sonali said.
Sonali also pronounced that Reema was really grounded and had a appreciative personality. “We were in London dual years ago for a play, White Lilly. We were a group of really few people, so we had to cut down on a technicians. Reema told me not to worry. She helped me out with my costumes. She folded my costumes and gowns. When we told her, ‘Reema, we can’t be doing this, we are annoying me’ she said, ‘forget it yaar, anything for a theatre.’ So she had that spirit. At times, when we see today’s actors who will not contend ‘hello’ to we until we contend ‘hello’ to them… Reema had no such airs. She was an intensely comfortable person,” Sonali said.
Sonali common that Reema was really ardent about doing theatre. “She never threw her weight as an actor. Reema has been a star for ages now. But she kept doing theatre, examination plays. She was always updated about growth in entertainment and cinema. She used to attend film festivals. we never felt that she was a comparison to me. we would not call her ‘Reema Mausi’ or ‘Reema Tai’; she was ‘Reema’ for me since we felt she was intensely immature during heart. She treated we as an equal. Meeting during her backstage was always fun as there was no poser about her. She was an tractable person,” Sonali added.
Speaking about her grant to Marathi entertainment and cinema, Sonali pronounced “Marathi entertainment saw a opposite side of a actor, something some-more than her description of on-screen mothers in Bollywood. we feel contemptible for people who haven’t seen her work in Marathi films. She has finished some fascinating work in both Marathi cinema and Marathi theatre.”
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