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Born in Goa on May 31, 1941, Ashalta also acted in several Marathi serials in Wabgaon. – File image
- Ashalta breathed her last at Satara in Wabgaon at around 4.45 am on Tuesday.
- Wabgaonkar was famous as a Marathi singer, playwright and film actress
- He has acted in over a hundred Hindi and Marathi films.
Actress Ashalata Wabgaonkar, who worked in Marathi and Hindi films, died at the age of 83 on Tuesday. He was admitted to a private hospital in Satar, Maharashtra after contracting corona. He breathed his last at 4:45 a.m. Tuesday.
Corona was attacked after going to Satara for shooting
According to the family, he had reached Satara to shoot his Marathi serial ‘Ami Kalubai’. Here corona symptoms were found and they were examined. He was admitted to the ICU after confirmation of infection and shortness of breath. Because of Corona, obscenity will be burned at the stake.
This was the real life of Aslata
Born in Goa on May 31, 1941, Ashalata was a renowned Marathi singer, playwright and film actress. He was dropped off at St. Colombo High School in Jigaram, Mumbai. He also worked part-time in the ministry for some time after the twelfth. During this time, he completed his undergraduate degree in art and postgraduate. She has an MA in Psychology from Nathibai Damodar Thackeray Women’s University. He also sang some Kankani songs on All India Radio’s Mumbai Center.
The journey of despair in Bollywood
Ashalata acted in more than a hundred Hindi and Marathi films. For the first time in Bollywood, he acted in a picture of Basu Chatterjee. For this he received the ‘Bengal Critics Award’ and the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award. In ‘Zanjeer’, she played the role of Amitabh Bachchan’s stepmother. Ashalata has acted in many brilliant Hindi films including Ankush, Apan Paraya, Ahista Ahista, Shaukeen, Oh Seven Days, Namak Halal and Yadon Ki Kasam.
Ashalta is also a big name in the world of Marathi theater
Ashalata made her acting debut in the role of Rewathi in the play ‘Sangeet Senshaikolal’ presented by ‘The Goa Hindu Association’. The Marathi drama ‘Matsyagandha’ has proved to be a milestone in Ashalta’s acting life. He also sang ‘Garda Sabbhuti Chali Sajni Tu Tar Chafkali’, ‘Arthasuniya Bose Majhla Kala Jeevan’.