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PM Modi mourned the death of Sulochana Latkar, tweeted tribute

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed his condolences and paid homage to the late actress Sulochana Latkar, who passed away on Sunday. Recognizing her immense contribution to the Indian film industry, PM Modi highlighted her enduring appeal that resonated with audiences across generations.

In a statement released today, Prime Minister Modi acknowledged the significant loss the Indian film industry has suffered due to the demise of Sulochana Latkar. He praised her legendary performances, which not only enriched Indian culture but also garnered a dedicated fanbase spanning multiple generations.

Sulochana Latkar, known for her exceptional talent and versatility, left an indelible mark on the world of cinema. Her portrayal of diverse characters showcased her remarkable acting skills and garnered critical acclaim throughout her illustrious career.

PM Modi emphasized that Sulochana Ji’s contributions will continue to inspire budding actors and actresses, leaving an everlasting impact on the Indian film industry. He extended his condolences to her family, friends, and fans, urging them to remember her remarkable achievements and the joy she brought through her performances.

The Prime Minister’s homage to Sulochana Latkar signifies the profound impact she had on Indian cinema, cementing her status as an iconic figure whose legacy will be cherished for years to come.

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