Reema was a mother-in-law any­one would want: Bhagyashree

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Ac­tor Bhagyashree (far right), who worked with the late ac­tor Reema La­goo (right) in the film Maine Pyar Kiya (1989), says the news of her un­timely death came as a shock to her. The 48-year-old says that no mat­ter what, Reema al­ways used to brighten up the sets. “My first mem­ory of her is her peach com­plex­ion and light eyes. She re­minded me so much of my mother. It didn’t take me long to get close to her. She was one per­son who was al­ways smil­ing. We would of­ten sit and just chit-chat,” says Bhagyashree.

The ac­tor says that she has fond mem­o­ries of the Sooraj Bar­jatya di­rec­to­rial, thanks to Reema. “I re­mem­ber the shoot of Maine Pyar Kiya. She was a mother-in-law any­one would want. She was al­ways so lively,” Bhagyashree says.

She re­grets not keep­ing in touch with her. “Such times make you think that you meet so many won­der­ful peo­ple in your life but our per­sonal lives take over. It gets tough to keep in touch. Then when you get such news, you feel lost. She was such a lovely per­son and I feel why didn’t I keep in touch with her. I hope God gives her peace,” she says.

La­goo, 59, died on Thurs­day af­ter a car­diac ar­rest.

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