Veteran Actor Seema Deo Dies At 81

A throwback photograph of Seema Deo. (courtesy: movietalkies)


Veteran actor Seema Deo, remembered for her roles in Anand and Kora Kagaz, died in Mumbai on Thursday morning resulting from age-related illnesses, her filmmaker son Abhinay Deo mentioned. She was 81. The actor, who acted in over 80 Hindi and Marathi movies, handed away at her Bandra residence. She had been affected by Alzheimer’s illness for over three years.

“She handed away at 8.30-9 am at her residence in Bandra resulting from outdated age. She had been withdrawn fully, and ultimately it’s simply outdated age. Alzheimer’s is such a factor that you just cease determining methods to operate. She had dementia main as much as Alzheimer’s and she or he was affected by it for over three years.

“There isn’t any particular motive (for her loss of life). Because of Alzheimer’s and dementia, the individual forgets methods to stroll. The muscle reminiscence begins coming down and one after the other, the organs begin shutting down,” Abhinay Deo informed PTI.

The final rites might be carried out at 5 pm at Shivaji Park.

Her husband, Ramesh Deo, additionally a veteran of Hindi and Marathi cinema, died in 2022 on the age of 93.

She is survived by two sons – actor Ajinkya Deo and Abhinay Deo. Whereas Ajinkya Deo has featured in movies comparable to Sansaar, Indrajeet and Aan: Males at Work, Abhinay Deo is a director recognized for Delhi Stomach and Pressure.

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