Amitabh Bachchan pays tribute to Vikram Gokhale, Tabassum; Says ‘Artists of immense merit leave us…’

Vikram Gokhale, Amitabh Bachchan and Tabassum
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great actor Amitabh Bachchan Said on Sunday that the absence of artistes of great merit like Vikram Gokhale and Tabassum left the stage deserted. Gokhale, known for several Marathi and Hindi films including the Bachchan-starrer “Agneepath” (1990), died on Saturday due to multi-organ failure at a Pune-based hospital where he was undergoing treatment. Oh what 77.

Tabassum, on the other hand, is known for her work as a child artist in several Hindi classics such as “Baiju Bawra” and “Mughal-e-Azam”, and is the host of the popular Doordarshan talk show “Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan”. Also as host”, passed away last week following a cardiac arrest. She was 78

Bachchan remembered Gokhale and Tabassum on his blog. “Days are full of sadness, friends and colleagues, artists of great merit, leave us day by day and we listen, watch and pray, Tabassum, Vikram Gokhale and some dear ones who are near and known They came to us stay with us they played their part and left the stage empty and desolate by their absence (sic),” the veteran star wrote on his blog.

After “Agneepath”, Bachchan and Gokhale also co-starred in the 1992 film “Khuda Gawah”. In 2020, Bachchan played himself in the Marathi film “AB Ani CD”, starring Gokhale. The two played childhood friends in the Milind Lele-directed film.

In a previous blog post, Bachchan had described Tabassum as a “spirited” all-rounder. “They all leave us one by one and it is beyond comprehension that you only remember the time of their presence and life before the eyes and mind and they remain forever unchanged, free and an image of time in free liberty.” live and then they leave, and it is unfathomable.” He wrote

Meanwhile, on 26 November (Saturday), Vikram Gokhale left all of us. The actor was admitted to Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital in Pune for some time and has now succumbed to his injuries after suffering from multiple organ failure.

He was the son of the prominent Marathi theater and cinema actor, Chandrakhant Gokhale. Apart from acting in films, Gokhale was a prolific director. He turned director in 2010 with the Marathi film “Aaghat”. He won the National Film Award in the Best Actor category for his Marathi film “Anumati” and was also awarded the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 2011 for acting in theatre.

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