Tabassum’s granddaughter Karisma has penned a heartfelt note on her demise, revealing that she was fondly called ‘Boku’
MUMBAI: A day after legendary actress Tabasum left for her heavenly abode, her granddaughter Karishma Kovil has penned an emotional note in memory of her “Dadiji”. In the post, Karisma revealed that Tapas was also fondly called “Bugu” by her family members.
“Tapassum mein kum ko chubao do jaane, humari tara muskurao do jaane. Rest in peace, Dadiji. Your smile, determination and legacy will live on forever. We love you forever,” Karisma posted on Instagram.
He also dropped Tabassum’s line of films. In one of the pictures, Karisma is seen dressed like the late actress. Karisma’s sister Khushi also shared a post. “Aaj Hase Kal Rula Na Dena,” read the caption.
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Fans and admirers of the late actress expressed their grief in the comments section. “All my condolences, love and strength,” one user commented. “What RIP @babytabassum we miss you so much,” another user said.
Tapasum died of a heart attack on November 18. A prayer meeting will be held on November 21 at the Arya Samaj of Santacruz, Mumbai. Tapas also made his debut as a child actor with Nargis (1947), Mera Suhaq (1947), Manjadaar (1947) and Barry Behan (1949). However, he gained fame for hosting the Doordarshan talk show “Pool Kile Hain Gulshan Gulshan”. The program ran from 1972 to 1993 on Doordarshan, in which he interviewed film and television celebrities.