Arvind Rathod Yesterday in Gujarati, a leading veteran player who died because of health problems. At the age of 80, at his residence in Paldi, a star’s gem took his last breath.
The actor was unheard of and moved with his nephew to Ahmedabad. Gujarati cinema celebrities mourn the death of the vetaran actor and express their sincere sympathy to social media grips.
Rathod was also popular at Gujarati theatre and played with his Gujarati films such as ‘Agneepath’ and the Lady Killer, ‘Khuda Gawah,’ starring Amitabh Bachchan and known as ‘Bhadar Tara Vaheta Pani,’ ‘Son Kansari,’ ‘Ganga Sati,’ and ‘Maaa Khodal Taro Khamkaro’ He was also famous for many films.
In addition, before becoming acting, the actor also worked as a photojournalist. In Pune, Maharashtria, Padmarani was born on 25 January 1937 to the Maharashtrian family.
She’s been brought up on Rajmahal Road in Waddari, Gujarat, at Kanabi Vad, Unchi Pol. Her father was barrister Bhimrao Bhosle, and her mother was from Goa Kamlabai Rane.
She and her sister, later a veterane actress Sarita Joshi, started playing on stage to help, when her family had a financial difficulty period.
She completed her elementary school in Dandiya Bazar, Vadodara, at Govindrao Central School.
In a play by Ramanlal Murtivala in Vadodara, Faredoon Irani and her sister caught the eye of Aruna Irani’s father.
He took them to Bombay. He brought them. At the age of 18 years, Padmarani married Namdar Irani, uncle of Aruna Irani, a Zamindar and a Parsi family member, and director of the theatre.