Bollywood has certainly been one of those industries which have been popularly established by the hard work of various classic veteran actors. While we can’t refuse the immense talents and dedication of various popular celebs in making the industry what it is today. There have been times when these celebs went on to cast their unique image in the hearts of millions and throbbed hearts of many. However, with the passage of such stars, the fans were left shattered and they marked the end of the era! So, today with this post, we have recollected some of the popular celebs of the industry who marked their way out of the world! Let’s have a look:
The Indian film and television actor Bikramjeet Kanwarpal happened to be a retired army officer who had been popular in the Bollywood industry for playing supporting roles. The actor was an active part of the industry who appeared alongside various renowned actors of the industry. Born and brought up in Himachal, he was born into a family of an army officer Lt Col Dwarka Nath Kanwarpal. Their notable performances include his work in movies like – Don, Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year, Jab Tak Hai Jaan, etc. While he could have appeared in various other movies and projects, the actor left the people hopeless and got into a world where he can never come back.
This Indian composer and actor hails from Rajasthan, India. His classic performances in movies like – Raja Hindustani, Raaz, and Pardes became one of a kind which was still remembered by the fans. A composer for various other Indian movies, Shravan holds a great contribution to the Bollywood industry. And before we could see any other classic by the actor, he turned down the hopes of many by marking his exit from the world this year.
The popular stunt director, producer, and director created havoc with and became one of the most talked-about topics recently. Known for his brilliant work in films like – Anthony Kaun Hai, Shaadi Ka Laddoo, and Pyaar Mein Kabhi Kabhi, etc. he married the Bollywood actress, Mandira Bedi and tied the nuptial knot on 14 February 1999. However, he broke the hearts of people and his family after losing his life on 30 June 2021.
Rinku Singh Nikumbh
Are you also amongst the fans of the Ayushmann Khurrana starrer movie dream girl? Well, then this point can certainly bring a bit of disappointment to you! The co-actor of Ayushmann in the film, Rinku Singh Nikumbh had a brief stint in the movie from where she caught the attention of people. Apart from working alongside this actor, the actress has also been a vital part of some popular shows like – Meri Haanikarak Biwi, Chidiyaghar, etc. The last performance of the actress happened to be in the film, Hello Charlie and we would not be able to see any more of this actress from this year!
While the police officials and politicians were laughing at the misery of the protagonist in the first few parts of the film Singham, this popular supporting actor became the only one to understand the hardships and pain felt by the actress. This notable actor used to predominantly work for Hindi and Marathi cinema. Some of his brief performances in movies like – Jis Desh Mein Ganga rehta hai as Sanata, Astitva, Vaastav: The Reality, etc. caught the attention of people. While this actor would truly be missed, he left all of us in “Sanata”!
Well known for her classic roles in Badrinath Ki Dulhania, Good Newz, amongst various other Marathi films this actress shot to prominence for her role as a nurse in the film, Chhichhore. While you might be recalling the appearance of this actress in the movie, she broke the hearts of people by leaving at the age of 47 years.
This late veteran actor marked the end of an era and left the fans shattered. Making us all left with a heavy heart and teary eyes, this actor was one of the most promising actors of the industry and became a Tragedy King as well as the first Khan for Bollywood. Responsible for delivering various golden movies to the Bollywood industry, this actor managed to stun the audiences with his brilliant performances in movies like – Jugnu, Andaz, Devdas. Aan, etc. this actor garnered a record for grabbing most wins for the Filmfare Award for Best Actor award! A recipient of the highest honor in the film industry, the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, the disheartening news of the demise of this actor marked a dark day in the history of Indian cinema and can never be forgotten by people!
Hailing from the talented “Kapoors” family, this Bollywood film actor, producer and director became a sensation after his performance in the film Ram Teri Ganga Maili. Brother of the veteran actors – Rishi and Randhir Kapoor this actor was not able to garner as much success as his elder brothers but still happened to be a great part of the industry. The last film of the actor Toolsidas Junior is said to be soon to mark its release by the makers.
The late actress Shashikala Saigal is well remembered for her prominent roles in films like – Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Baadshah, Waqt, Hariyali Aur Rasta, etc. Being an active part of the industry since the 1940s, this actress has been amongst brilliant supporting actresses who have appeared in hundreds of Bollywood movies! While we immensely loved this actress for her roles and appearances, she left us all in tears. She was even embraced with the Padma Shri award in 2007.
Chandrashekhar G. Vaidya
Popular amongst the fans as Chandrashekhar, this actor became a part of a highly recognized epic television series, Ramayan as Arya Sumant. Though this late actor lived his life to the fullest before marking a final full stop, he still managed to be heartbreaking news for the fans. This Indian actor and filmmaker has given notable performances in movies like – The Burning Train, Sansar, Namak Halaal, Kati Patang, etc.
An actor predominantly working i9n Punjabi and Hindi films was embraced with the lifetime achievement award before leaving the world. Popularly addressed as Amitabh Bachchan of the Punjabi cinema, Satish Kaul has worked in various Hindi movies some of which are – Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha, Aunty No. 1, Pyar Hua Chori Chori, etc. and was a great loss for the lovers of cinema.