News24Ghante.com : Renowned artist Shriram Lagoo of Indian cinema and theater has passed away. He breathed his last at a private hospital in Pune, Maharashtra on Tuesday, 92-year-old Sriram Implementing had been ailing for the past few days.
Hindi, Marathi theater star-
He acted in more than 40 plays of Marathi, Hindi and Gujarati. Directed 20 Marathi plays as well. He is counted among the great actors of Marathi Rangamach. He played important roles in films like Gharaunda, Lavaris, Muqaddar Ka Sikander, Heraferi, Ek Din Achaan. Implicit was also a professional ENT surgeon. His autobiography is titled ‘Laman’, which in Hindi means ‘Malwahak’.
Dr. Applied has acted in over 200 Hindi and Marathi films in 50 years.
Golden Journey into Cinema – Shriram Lagoo was awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Co-Actor in 1978 for the Hindi film Gharaunda. His character in the Marathi drama Nat Samrat was widely acclaimed. Applied in the 1960s, he practiced in Pune and Tanzania. In 1969, he became a full-time actor. His books include Gidhade, Garbo and Atmaatha.
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