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Irrfan’s mother dies in Jaipur; actor pays last respects via video conference


Team Udayavani, Apr 25, 2020, 10:01 PM IST

Mumbai: Actor Irrfan’s mother Saeeda Begum breathed her last in Jaipur owing to age-related ailments on Saturday (April 25) morning. She was 95.

The actor, who is currently in Mumbai is said to have paid last respects to his mother through video conference.

Due to the ongoing lockdown, the actor couldn’t participate in the funeral ceremony.

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