The actress was 62.
Rita Bhaduri passed away on Tuesay, July 17. She was 62.
Bhaduri was working in Star Bharat's television show Nimki Mukhiya, where she played a grandmother.
Actor Shishir Sharma took to Facebook to announce her demise: 'We deeply regret to inform you that Reeta Bhaduri has departed for her journey beyond. Extremely sad.. lost a wonderful human being .. a mother to many of us.. will miss u Ma...'
Bhaduri was suffering from a kidney ailment and had to go for dialysis every alternate day. She had been hospitalised for the last 10 days.
Film personalities expressed their condolences on social media:
Anupam Kher: #RitaBhaduri was affectionate, helpful, jovial, bright and full of life. It is sad and unfortunate that we sum up a person only when he or she is gone. I wish we met more often. We have lost a very fine actress and a brand ambassador/alumni of @FTIIOfficial. Om Shanti.
Shruti Seth: RIP #RitaBhadurmam Thank you for all the years of entertainment May you shine with the stars now.
Anil Kapoor: #RitaBhaduri was one of the finest actresses that #FTII gave us. I had the honour of working with her in Ghar Ho to Aisa, Beta & Viraasat & I'm really saddened to hear about her passing...She will be dearly missed by her friends, family & fans.
Rohit Roy: Today, we lost one of the gentlest souls I've had the good fortune of working with :-( I have NEVER seen her frown! Forever pleasant and genial.. And what a superlative actor.. spread the cheer where uve gone Ritaji.
Bhaduri worked in 70 movies including Raja, Julie, Beta, Dil Vil Pyar Vyar and over 20 television shows, including Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai, Amanat and Kumkum.