Amitabh Bachchan mourns the demise of Vikram Gokhale and Tabassum!
Presently, well-known Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan is enjoying the success of his recently released movie, Uunchai. Helmed by Sooraj Barjatya, the movie also starred Anupam Kher, Boman Irani and others in important roles. In the meantime, Big B, who enthusiastically interacts with his fans on social media, lately took to his blog and paid a heartfelt tribute to Vikram Gokhale and Tabassum.
As we all know that veteran actor Vikram Gokhale passed away at the age of 77 in Pune on November 26. He had been undergoing treatment there after being admitted a few days ago. His last rites were performed by the family. On the other side, Tabassum breathed her last on November 18 after suffering a cardiac arrest. Big B penned a touching note as he recalled them. His tribute read, "The days are lined with sadness.. friends and colleagues.. artists of huge merit, leave us day by day.. and we listen, see and pray.. Tabassum .. Vikram Gokhle and some dear ones that are close and known .. They came to us in our lives.. they played their parts and left the stage empty forlorn and desolate by their absence .."
Vikram made his debut in Bollywood with Amitabh Bachchan starrer Parwana. Besides Bollywood films, the duo also worked in a Marathi movie titled AB Ani CD.
Previously, Big B recalled Tabassum and called her 'effervescent'. He posted, ".. they all leave us one by one .. and it is beyond comprehension .. you only recollect the times of their presence and life before the eyes and the mind .. and they ever remain an image of the time .. unchanged, unfettered and in the freedom of free .. and then they leave , and it cannot be fathomed."