Reema Lagoo was strong, lived life on her terms: Her Tu Tu Mai Mai bahu Supriya Pilgaonkar remembers


Whichever role she did, it appeared as if it was cut out for her.”

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Updated: May 18, 2017 8:02 pm

The news of Reema Lagoo passing away came early on Thursday morning, her onscreen bahu Supriya Pilgaonkar rememberes Reema as a “strong, feisty” woman. Reema’s Devaki Verma and Supriya’s Radha Verma would fight and bicker but would be as thick as thieves as soon as someone tried to come between their relationship. Shocked by her co-star’s sudden death, Pilgaonkar says, “I am at loss for words. She said, ” She (Reema Lagoo) was an avid reader. Reema Lagoo and Supriya Pilgaonkar played saas-bahu in the 90s soap, Tu Tu Mai Mai. I always felt she should write and direct.”
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And after such a huge body of work in the industry, Supriya thought of Reema as a great actor, and more so a greater human being. Reema was a superlative actor… just amazing. She thought that Reema being Reema was definitely meant to do something huge and that she shouldn’t have only confined herself to acting. She was a very strong woman.”

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Supriya and Reema’s on-screen chemistry was loved by one and all, and in no time they became the favourite mother-in-law and daughter-in-law duo of Indian households. Eons away from the conspiring DILs and MILs on TV today, these two women shared a real relationship, which was humorous and all heart.