There cannot be another Bebe like Vidya Sinha on Kulfi Kumar Bajewala: Mohit Malik | IWMBuzz

Mohit Malik pours his thoughts and emotions on the sad demise of his on-screen mother Vidya Sinha from the show Kulfi Kumar Bajewala.

There cannot be another Bebe like Vidya Sinha on Kulfi Kumar Bajewala: Mohit Malik

Mohit Malik who plays the role of Sikandar in Star Plus’ popular show Kulfi Kumar Bajewala is today lost for words, as he misses his Bebe, actress Vidya Sinha a lot.

Vidya Sinha played Sikandar’s mother in the show, and Mohit Malik shared a very close bond with the popular actress.

Vidya Sinha lost her battle yesterday to a lung and heart disorder and breathed her last. Mohit Malik along with the team of Kulfi Kumar Bajewala paid homage to the departed soul by being present during her last journey.

In an emotional talk that Mohit Malik had with, he poured out his thoughts on his Bebe.

Says Mohit, “It is a big loss. I still cannot believe that Vidyaji is not there anymore. A part of me wants to spend more time with her. She was certainly one of the best human beings I have ever met. I learnt so much from her, be it compassion or love for everyone. She was a saint for me. I used to tell my mom that she need not worry about me as I am taken care of by Vidyaji on the set. Not only me, she used to spread her warmth and love to everyone on the set of Kulfi Kumar Bajewala. She was full of love. She was an ego less soul. She was very close to me and I was very close to her.”

“Many of my fabulously shot scenes in the show were with her. I am going to miss her. The whole set is going to miss her. Today also, all on the set are trying to get back to work and put up a happy face. But the fact remains that Vidyaji has left a void, a vacuum by going away. I pray that her family gains all the strength to bear with this loss. There cannot be another Bebe on the show; she is irreplaceable.”

Mohit we feel your pain. We at pray that Vidya Sinha gets to live a happy life in the world she is in!!


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