Oldest debutant in Hindi cinema, Fevikwik Dadi Pushpa Joshi passes away at 87
Pushpa Joshi of Kabadiwali fame in the Fevikwik advertisement is the oldest debutant in Hindi films as she entered Bollywood at the age of 85. She was seen in Ajay Devgn starrer movie Raid and played the role of Amma Ji.
Mumbai: The lady with swag, Pushpa Joshi known as Kabadiwali in the Fevikwik advertisement has passed away at the age of 87 in Mumbai.
Pushpa Joshi hit the limelight when she acted as the kabadiwali with style. The kabadiwali commercial - Phenko nahi, jodo! - won everyone's heart as Dadi Pushpa Joshi comes out with all the swag.
Joshi is the oldest debutant in Hindi films as she entered Bollywood at the age of 85. She was seen in Ajay Devgn starrer movie Raid and played the role of Amma Ji.
Reports claim that Joshi fell inside the house and suffered a fracture, last week. She was being treated at a hospital in Mumbai and operated successfully. But she fell ill again and breathed her last on November 26.
Joshi is a native of Jabalpur. She first faced the camera when her son Ravindra and daughter-in-law produced a short film Zaayka. Then, she was also cast in the movie Ramprasad ki Terahvi.
She was quite active on social media too. Just before the injury, she had updated a poem on her Facebook account 'Chodungi Na Aaj Abhi Jeevan Baki Hai'.