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Way back in the 70s and 80s, Nirupa Roy was the quintessential Bollywood Maa to a lot of superstars like Amitabh Bachchan, Shashi Kapoor, Vinod Khanna, Rishi Kapoor etc. The kind of maa who would make the classic ‘gajar ka halwa‘ for her laadla beta when he returned home hungry. rupa’s mother act in Deewar become iconic when Shashi Kapoor mouthed the famous dialogue to Amitabh Bachchan ‘Mere pass maa hai‘ in the film.
In reel life, one saw Nirupa’s on-screen sons ready to do anything for their mom dearest. Sadly in real life, the late actresses sons are embroiled in a property dispute between themselves.
As per the buzz doing the rounds, the late actresses sons Kiran and Yogesh are fighting it out over their mother’s sprawling Napean Sea Road apartment. Apparently the actress had bought the flat for less than Rs 10 lakh in 1963. As per a temporary truce, the brothers occupy two bedrooms each in the apartment, which is said to be spread over 3,000 sq ft, and comes attached with an 8,000 sq ft garden. After Roy’s death in 2004, her husband Kamal Roy became the sole owner of the property. The dispute between the brothers worsened after his death in November 2015. The property is estimated worth around Rs 100 crore. The disputed matter is in the court.
Nirupa Roy acted in over 200 films. She passed away after having a cardiac arrest in Mumbai in 2004 at the age of 73. She was regarded as the greatest mother of all time in Bollywood.
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Thippagondanahally reservoir water level showing 68.7 ft, in Magadi taluk, Ramanagar district on Tuesday. Photo by S K Dinesh
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