SAD: This much loved TV serial actress passes away due to a heart attack!
Veteran television actress Tarla Joshi passed away recently, after suffering a heart attack. According to reports, Tarla Joshi was in her early 90s when she breathed her last. Tarla Joshi will be best remembered for her iconic performance as Badi Beeji in the Star Plus TV show, Ek Hazaron Mein Meri Behna Hai. Several notable television and film personalities have expressed their heartfelt condolences on Tarla Joshi's demise and it is indeed an unfortunate loss. Tarla's co-stars Nia Sharma, Anju Mahendroo, Krystle D Souza, and others paid their tributes on their respective social media pages.
Sharing her throwback picture with Tarla Joshi, actress Nia Sharma wrote, "RIP Badi Beeji you will be missed". Similarly, actress Anju Mahendroo also penned a heartfelt statement about Tarla Joshi's death. Anju Mahendroo's official statement read, "Will miss you Tarlaji always looked up to you as a mother !!! Rest in eternal peace."
Talking about Tarla Joshi's super hit serial Ek Hazaron Mein Meri Behna Hai, it was a Hindi show that attracted a solid amount of viewership during the time of its telecast. The serial was aired on the weekdays from October 3, 2011, to September 13, 2013. While Nia Sharma, Krystle D Souza, Karan Tacker, Kushan Tandon played the lead roles, the serial's supporting cast included Seema Kapoor, Indu Verma, Deep Dhillon, Manasvi Vyas. Tarla Joshi, Mohit Chauhan, and others. The serial was a big hit among the Hindi audience during the time of its telecast.
Tarla Joshi's other notable serials include Sarabhai VS Sarabhai and Bandini. Before starting her acting journey, Tarla Joshi was a costume designer. As an actor, Tarla has appeared in notable movies like Gandhi My Father, Ame Pardeshi Paan, Hum Jo Keh Na Paaye, Majiyara Haiya, and more. The fans have been sharing their condolence messages on social media, praying for the departed soul to rest in peace.
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