On Tuesday only, we have lost an ideal on screen mother"Reema Lagoo".
She shows us different faces of a mother. She played her role of a mother with much ease in every movie.
she played a character of an ideal and adorable mother in various movies. This type of mother we all want and appriciate who love her kids in anyways weather he is wrong or right. Actually a mother always praise and love her children at every stage of life even if he/she became worse .
Let's have a look on those movies in which she played a mother's character of different category .
- Reema Lagoo who played the character of ‘Maiya Yashoda’ of Mohnish Bahl in "Hum ssath saath hai"movie which was all about family values. In this movie she played a woman who fought with her entire family to ensure a secure future for her real sons Prem (Salman Khan) and Vinod (Saif Ali Khan). Her character transformed from a doting mother to a selfish mother who wanted the good stuff for her sons and not her stepson.
- Again one more iconic movie"kal ho na ho" in which she was Not only a mother, but a friend and a guide to his son (Shah Rukh Khan). Despite knowing about her son’s fatal disease,she beautifully played the role of a mother who doesn’t want her child to lose heart seeing her crying.she portrayed the character elegance.
- In this movie "Vastava"Reema Lago played a surprised character which no one can expect from her . She transformed from a loving mother to someone who kills her own son (Sanjay Dutt) who is a gangster.
- Reema Lagoo showed the strength of a mother in "Maine pyar kiya"who can goes against her husband and supports her son (played by Salman khan)to marry the girl of her choice is praiseworthy. She understands her son and supports him in one of the biggest decisions of his life.
We have seen above that it's very difficult to be a mother.the word "Mother"doesn't mean being innocent always. Sometime she need to be very strict to make her children a good person.
In anyways mothers are always adorable and we have lost one of them 😔.
"Rest in peace" Reema Lagoo.