Reema Lagoo Unknown Facts: Reema Lagoo was not dependent on any identity. He made his own place in Bollywood. Reema, who considered acting as her life, was born on 21 June 1958. Please tell that Reema’s real name was Nayan Bhadbhade. His mother was the famous actress Mandakini Khadbade of Marathi cinema. This meant that Reema started getting a dose of acting since childhood. There were many ups and downs in Reema’s life, but she never gave up.
When left studies for acting
Let us tell you that during her studies, Reema started getting inclined towards acting. In such a situation, she had stepped into the acting world only after high school. After this he also did theater for many years. However, later worked in the bank for about 10 years. During the year 1980, he made his debut in Hindi cinema with the film ‘Kalyug’.
The bond of seven births was broken in a few years
After stepping into the world of cinema, Reema met famous Marathi actor Vivek Lagoo. Both gradually came so close that they got married. Whereas, the actress changed her name to Reema Lagoo. Both also have a daughter, whose name is Mrinmoyee Lagoo. After the birth of the daughter, there was a rift in the relationship between Reema and Vivek. At the same time, after some time their relationship broke up.
Was acting till the last moment
After separating from her husband, Reema herself took up the responsibility of her daughter. In a career spanning four decades, Reema did not allow any stain on her image. In her career, Reema played the mother of veteran actors like Ajay Devgan, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan, Sanjay Dutt. She also became Juhi Chawla’s mother on the silver screen. Reema’s passion for acting was so much that she had shot till a few hours before her death. Actually, that day she came home after shooting and at midnight she started having chest pain. In the year 2017, May 18 is the date when Reema said goodbye to this world.
Vivek Dahiya was rejected from films by giving the tag of ‘TV actor’, said- ‘I was advised to sit at home for 3-4 years’