RIP Surekha Sikri: Balika Vadhu’s Anandi Aka Avika Gor Remembers ‘Dadisaa’

Mumbai: Veteran actress Surekha Sikri handed away after struggling a cardiac arrest on Friday (July 16). She was 76. The ‘Badhaai Ho’ actress was fondly identified for enjoying the function of Kalyani Devi aka Dadisa in ‘Balika Vadhu’. Her power-packed efficiency within the common social drama received a number of hearts. 

Followers nonetheless bear in mind Dadisa’s relationship with Anandi in ‘Balika Vadhu’. From locking her in a room to getting her remarried with Shiv, Dadisa’s character witnessed an enormous development within the present. 

Avika Gor, who performed the function of Anandi, penned an emotional put up to mourn Sikri’s loss of life. The ‘Sasural Simar Ka’ actress stated that she all the time wished to be like Sikri. 

“I have some amazing memories with Surekha ji. Apart from being an incredible actress she was a beautiful human. It was always difficult to match her energy levels during the scenes but she made sure I was comfortable every time I was around her & that taught me to be grounded. I have always wanted to be like her.. hardworking.. grounded.. Kind. She has truly left us a legacy to follow. Dadisaa… I will always love you, my guardian angel. RIP,” Avika wrote. 

Gor posted a throwback snap from the units of ‘Balika Vadhu’ together with the notice. Test it out! 

Smita Bansal aka Sumitra from ‘Balika Vadhu’ additionally remembered her ‘Maasa’ on Instagram.

Anup Soni, who performed her on-screen son Bhairon, paid a tribute to Sikri and stated that it was an honour to share display house along with her for six years. “Rest in peace Surekha Ji, thank you for all the teachings, guidance and love. It was an honour to share screen with you for 6 long years,” he wrote.

Surekha Sikri was affected by the problems because of the mind strokes. She was final seen in ‘Ghost Stories’, which beamed on Netflix.  

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