Veteran Actress Ashalata Wabgaonkar passes away due to COVID

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Marathi regional film and theater actress Ashalata Wabgaonkar, at the age of 79 passes away, Today (Tuesday) due to the coronavirus in hospital Maharashtra Satara, in Mumbai. The actress got infected from the virus a week ago during the shooting of a Marathi Television show and was in very critical condition. Due to the age factor, only the Wabgaonkar was in a critical condition and the whole cast has been tested positive and went into home quarantine and followed all the rules laid. Despite showing the signs of recovery from the COVID, she was on ventilator support at the hospital. Some industry people showed deep condolences on veterans’ demise.
Ashalata Wabgaonkar ordinarily known as Ashalata was an Indian entertainer. Initially from Goa, she was related to the Goa Hindu Affiliation. She first began acting in Quite a while and Marathi plays.

She acted in excess of 100 Hindi and Marathi films. A portion of her Marathi plays is Guntata Hridhya He, Varyavarchi Varaat, Chinna (with Smita Patil and Sadashiv Amrapurkar), and Mahananda. Her Marathi stage profession took off with the melodic play Matsyagandha. She was presented in Hindi movies by Basu Chatterjee in Apne Paraye (alongside Bharati Achrekar) for which she was named for Filmfare Grant for Best Supporting Entertainer. She featured in movies, for example, Ankush (1986), Apne Paraye (1980), Ahista, Shaukeen, Woh Saat Clamor, Namak Halaal, and Yaadon Ki Kasam (1985). She got preparing in old-style music and is a fine Marathi Natyasangeet artist. A portion of her Marathi films is Umbartha, Sutradhar, Navri Mile Navryala, and Vahinichi Maya. “Gard Sabhowati”, a book composed by Ashalata Wabgaonkar and distributed by Lotus Distributions, Mumbai, India portrays the recollections and excursion of the writer in the entertainment world.


Loved ones of the dearest veteran entertainer Ashalata have been communicating their despondency from that point forward and among them is Marathi and Bollywood film’s parody ruler Ashok Saraf. Expressing his anguish, Saraf said ” We made out presentation together in Marathi media outlet. She assumed a lead job and was likewise regarded with the best entertainer grant in Maharashtra State Rivalry for her introduction. We both took preparing under Fimmaker Gopinath Savarkar. Savarkar was our master and Ashalata resembles my god sister. Thus, I have lost my godsister today”.

This pandemic has made us see a lot of deaths of famous people who were very close to people’s hearts and also it has made us realize the importance of people around us. Many of these celebrities include Rishi Kapoor, Irrfan Khan, journalist Gulshan Ewing, and others too. Nishikant Kamat who was a very famous director of movies like Drishyam, Madaari, Force, etc.aslo passed away. Then comes Pandit Jasraj who was a very famous music legend who also passed away in this lockdown and he passed away due to cardiac arrest. Indian cricketer or we can say former Indian cricketer Mr. Chetan Chauhan also had to face death due to failure of the kidney. A very noted choreographer of all time who has given the Indian film industry a lot, the late Saroj Khan also had to go through death that no one ever saw coming. These people may not have faced death due to COVID but these people have made us realize a lot of things in their whole life and we may not be able to thank or meet them but this is for sure that we will miss them all.