Lalita Pawar, who was famous in the 80s, embraced death on this day. She was born on 18 April 1916 in Nashik and she embraced death on 24 February 1998. Lalita had worked in many films and TV serials in her career and that is why people still remember her. Lalita's most popular character was that of Manthara in 'Ramayana', which was given a lot of love and hatred by the people. Her real name was Amba and she never went to school because at that time it was not considered right to send girls to school.
Very few people know that she started working as a child artist in films and Lalita first worked in a silent film, whereas she was paid 18 rupees for this film. The beauty of the beautiful actress Lalita could not last long and during the shooting of a scene in the film 'Jung-e-Azadi' in 1942, actor Bhagwan Dada was supposed to slap Lalita. As soon as he slapped Lalita, he hit her so hard that she fell down and started bleeding from her ear. During this time, due to some wrong medicine given by the doctor in treatment, Lalita's right body was paralyzed and due to this paralysis, her right eye was completely shrunken and her face got worse.
After this, she did not get films but in 1948 she appeared in director SM Yusuf's film 'Grihasthi' with a fistful eye and after that Lalitha got roles in movies, which she became famous after adopting. She is not in this world.