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Entertainment Renowned Indian actress Ashalata Wabgaonkar dies from Covid-19

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IANS/Mumbai

Filed on September 22, 2020

She was in a critical condition when admitted to a private hospital last weekend.

Renowned Marathi, Hindi films and stage actress Ashalata Wabgaonkar passed away after a four-day battle with Covid-19 at a private hospital in Satara. She was 79.
She was in a critical condition when admitted to a private hospital last weekend. The end came at the hospital early on Tuesday morning.
Popularly known as Ashalata, the Goa-born actress had reportedly contracted the infection during the shootings of a teleserial.

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