Veteran actor Vishwa Mohan Badola passes away; Varun Badola pays an emotional tribute to his father

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Varun Badola mourns father VM Badola’s demise& 

Key Highlights

  • Veteran actor Vishwa Mohan Badola passes away at 84
  • His son and actor Varun Badola mourned the demise on social media
  • The actor took to social media and paid a wealthy tribute to his father with an emotional post

In a deeply upsetting piece of reports, veteran actor Vishwa Mohan Badola, who was part of a number of tv reveals, movies and was a identified identify in theatre, has handed away because of age-related illnesses. He was 84. 

His son and actor Varun Badola took to social media to mourn his father’s demise. Sharing a monochrome picture of his late father, Varun penned an extended emotional observe. The actor talked about how his father made studying a lifestyle for him. 

Varun opened up about how his father set an instance “so exemplary” that he had no alternative however to observe. ” If you think that I am a good actor, blame him. If I write, he has to take the onus. If I sing… well if I had just about 1/10th of his singing talent, I would have become a singer,” learn part of his post. 

He recounted how he left Delhi and got here to Mumbai as a result of his father’s identify was “too big” within the metropolis to counter. “I protested that people judge me, they unduly favour me because I am your son. He promptly told me to go and find my own identity someplace else if I thought his name was a hinderance. He told me to always operate out of my comfort zone. He made me a MAN,” he wrote. 

Varun additionally revealed that his father was a journalist by occupation. Talking about how his father was a person of many abilities, Varun wrote, “A master on South East Asian affairs. Travelled the world twice over. He did more than 400 hundred plays for AIR. He was an actor par excellence. When he sang, time stopped.”

Varun Badola's IG post

“Make no mistake, THIS MAN WAS A LEGEND. But for me, he was my father. A father who was always watching and always listening. So ladies and gentlemen The Man, The Legend, The Phenomenon has called it a day. But his legacy will stay on forever in various forms. Mr. Vishwa Mohan Badola 1936 – 2020,” concluded Varun.

Badola had been part of many memorable movies together with the latest ones Swades, Jodhaa Akbar, Lage Raho Munna Bhai, and Jolly LLB 2. He had additionally labored together with his son within the tv present, Aek Chabhi Hai Padoss Mein. Badola breathed his final on Monday night time.

The cinema veteran can be survived by two daughters, actress Alka Kaushal and Kalindi.

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