Iconic Bollywood Star Bhairavi Vaidya Succumbs to Cancer at 67
The acclaimed actress Bhairavi Vaidya sadly departed on the 8th of October at the age of 67. She had valiantly battled cancer for some time, and her health had gradually declined in recent months. Bhairavi bid her final farewell to this world, caught in the delicate balance between life and death.
Bhairavi Vaidya's struggle with cancer was revealed in a report by ETimes. She had been combating the disease for the last six months. In a touching tribute on Instagram, her daughter Janaki Vaidya shared a photo and penned heartfelt words, "To me, you are mine, Mom, Mummy, Bhairavi... vibrant, fearless, creative, nurturing, responsible! An actor first and a mother and wife second!"
In her extensive post, Janaki fondly recalled her mother as a woman with the potential to carve a prominent niche in the industry. Her post concluded with these heartfelt words: "Mom, may you rest in peace. I pledge to be a dutiful daughter; you watch over me, and I'll manage the rest."
Bhairavi Vaidya's Presence in Salman Khan's Film
Throughout her four-decade-long career, the actress graced various television series, stage productions, and movies. Bhairavi Vaidya was also notably renowned in the world of Gujarati cinema. In Bollywood, her portfolio included projects such as "Humraaz," "Hera Pheri," "What's Your Raashee," "Kya Dil Ne Kaha," and many more. Notably, in 1999, she portrayed a supporting role in Subhash Ghai's film "Taal," sharing the screen with Anil Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. She also made appearances as a supporting artist in the 2001 film "Chori Chori Chupke Chupke," featuring Salman Khan, Preity Zinta, and Rani Mukerji.
Not long ago, Bhairavi made an appearance in the television series "Nima Denzongpa." Her co-star Surbhi Das conveyed her deep sadness at the news of her passing, expressing, "I'm truly heartbroken by her loss. I cherished our time on the set." On the other hand, Pratik Gandhi, who had the privilege of acting alongside her in the film "Ventilator," remarked, "I had the privilege of collaborating with her on the film 'Ventilator.' We shared a profound connection, and she was incredibly warm and affectionate."
- PTC PUNJABI