The second-wave of COVID-19 has made the situation very horrible across the country as the death toll continues to rise. While in recent times we saw many celebs losing the battle with coronavirus, actress Abhilasha Patil has now passed due to COVID-19 complications. The character actress, who featured in films like Badrinath Ki Dulhania, Good Newwz and Chhichhore along with Marathi movies like Tujha Manjha Arrange Marriage, Bayko Deta Ka Bayko, Pipsi and others, was in her early 40s. Many Marathi actors and Abhilasha’s friends expressed their grief on social media.
Casting director Paresh Patel, shared the picture with the late actress and wrote on Twitter, “Hard to believe that this was our last pic together… I pray that your soul finds peace… You will be missed #AbhilashaPatil Ma’am….” Actress Kavitta Amarjeett wrote, “#abhilashapatil#will miss u#not done 5 years back you met me on the sets of a film that we did together. Since then we became very good friends….a lot of sharing always happened between both of us. Until the last phone call, you discussed about optimism and compassion in these crazy times..How could you leave us just like that suddenly???? I’m not able to come to terms with it. A friend whom.I could relate to has gone ….always struggling for good opportunities and I felt sooo proud of you for what you were…..I will miss u Abhilasha ……With a heavy heart I say RIP”
Hard to believe that this was our last pic together… ??
I pray that your soul finds peace…
You will be missed #AbhilashaPatil Ma’am….
.#abhilashapatil#marathiactress #rip#castingdirectorpareshpatel pic.twitter.com/X5Z1r8e6gT
— PARESH PATEL (@impareshapatel) May 4, 2021
Actor Sanjay Kulkarni, who worked with Abhilasha Patil in Zee Yuva’s serial BaapManus, confirmed the news and told IndianExpress.com, “Last evening around six, I got a call from Jyoti Patil, who worked with us in BaapManus, about Abhilasha’s poor health. I learnt she had gone to Benaras where she got fever and on her return to Mumbai, she tested positive for coronavirus.”
He added, “I tried reaching out to her, but both of her numbers were switched off. Then around 8.30 pm, actor Anand Prabhu, who played our son on the same show, informed me about her demise. This has been so shocking because she had so much to achieve in life. She had plans. Abhilasha was kind-hearted and such a hardworking artiste. It’s a huge loss to the industry.”
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