Lalan Sarang was a Marathi actress who appeared in films, on television, and on stage. She has also been involved in Gujarati and Hindi theatre. She also owned Masemari, a seafood restaurant in Pune, and was a wealthy hotelier. Lalan Sarang was an Indian cinema, stage, and television producer and actor who worked in Marathi, Hindi, and Gujarati productions. She was born on December 26, 1938. She died on November 9, 2018, in Mumbai. This experienced actress had been in several noteworthy Marathi films and plays and has worked in the theatre since the 1970s. She received various awards, including the GaDiMa Pratishthan's 'Grahini Sachiv Award,' the Pimpri Chinchwad Kalarang Sanskrutik Sanstha's 'Kalagaurav Award,' and the Jivan Gaurav Award 2017.
Lalan Sarang was born in the Maharashtra state of India. Her maiden name is Lalan Paingankar. She grew up in a large family with six siblings. Her primary and secondary schooling, as well as her college education, took place in Mumbai. Kamlakar Sarang was her husband. She began her career in theatre and then moved on to the big screen and television.
She was also the President of Kankavali's Marathi Natya Sammelan. Bahardar kisse ani chatakdar pakkruti, Mi ani mazya bhumika, Natakamagil Natya, and Jagle jashi are her four books. She worked as a theatre actor in the 1970s with great musicians such as
. One of her most well-known plays is Samna (1975). The 25th Berlin International Film Festival accepted this crime drama. This play also featured Smita Patel. Some of her plays include
Ha Khel Savlyancha
, Udyacha Sansar, Asha ya Doghi, Aakrosh, Aarop, Umbarthyavar maap thevle, Gharkul, Chamakla Dhruvacha Tara, Sakharam Binder, Ranicha Baag, Sambhushanchya Chalit, Steel Frame, and more. She appeared in Rathchakra, a television series, as well as a few Marathi films.