Madhavi Gogate Death: Actress Madhavi Gogate died of Corona, played a memorable role in the popular show ‘Anupama’, also worked in films

Mumbai | Madhavi Gogate Death: Famous and popular TV show ‘Anupama’ actress Madhavi Gogate died of Corona. Madhavi Gogte got infected with the corona virus. After which he was admitted to the hospital. After which she also started recovering, but on Sunday her health suddenly deteriorated and she passed away. Madhavi Gogte, 58, breathed her last in Seven Hills, Mumbai. On his death, many celebrities of the entertainment industry have paid tribute to him.

Madhavi Gogate Death

Acted in films as well as TV
Madhavi Gogate Death: Madhavi Gogate recently made her debut in Marathi TV show with serial ‘Tuja Maja Jamate’. Apart from this, played excellent and memorable roles in many TV serials like ‘Bhramcha Bhopala’ and ‘Gela Madhav Kunikade’, ‘Koi Apna Sa’, ‘Aisa Kabhi Socha Na Tha’, ‘Kahin To Hoga’ and ‘Anupama’. Madhavi Gogte not only showed her performance in TV shows but also in many films. She gained popularity from the Marathi film ‘Ghanchakkar’ opposite Ashok Saraf.

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Expressing grief on the death of Madhavi Gogte, actress Rupali Ganguly wrote on her social media account that, a lot remained untold. Dear Madhavi. Along with this, Rupali Ganguly has also shared a picture of Madhavi. Please tell that Madhavi played the role of actress Rupali Ganguly’s mother in ‘Anupama’. Which was later replaced by Savita Prabhu.

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Shivam Bangwal

Shivam Bangwal is an India-based Entrepreneur. He is the Founder of Successful Startups like Youthistaan, People News Chronicle, Hitchhike TV & Branding Panther. Shivam has done his Master's in Computer Applications.

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