Popular actor Amit Mistry passed away after suffering from a cardiac arrest. He worked in TV shows like Tenali Rama, Maddam Sir and played roles in many films like Yamla Pagla Deewana, Shor In The City etc. Meanwhile, His manager Maharshi Desai, who has been managing him since some time now, confirmed the news of his death.
He was a well-known actor and got acclaimed for his amazing acting skill in web series Bandish Bandits.
Actress Kubbra Sait wrote, “You’ll be missed on earth @Actoramitmistry Condolences to the family.”
— Kubbra Sait (@KubbraSait) April 23, 2021
Singer Swanand Kirkire also took to his official Twitter handle and wrote, “Amit Mistry ? No …this is unbelievable. He was an amazing Actor and a real happy soul.” The actor was last seen in Bandish Bandits which was hit web show.
Amit Mistry ? No …this is unbelievable. He was an amazing Actor and a real happy soul ❤️❤️ https://t.co/G8J34jENfc
— Swanand Kirkire (@swanandkirkire) April 23, 2021
Moreover, was also seen in the film, Kya Kehna where he played the role of Preity Zinta’s brother.
Meanwhile, famous composer Shravan Rathod also passed away on Thursday night after testing positive for COVID-19. He was on the ventilator for the past few days. The news of his demise was confirmed by filmmaker Anil Sharma on his Twitter handle.
V v sad .. just came to knw about the great music director #shravan he left all of us ..due to COVID .. very dear friend n colleague of mine .worked with him in #maharaja Always gave great melodies..my deepest condolences to his family. He will always remain in our hearts. RIP 🙏 pic.twitter.com/Unop0Kctp8
— Anil Sharma (@Anilsharma_dir) April 22, 2021
Actor and comedian Vir Das revealed he was about to start shooting a show with Amit Mistry, writing, “I was ready to start shooting a show that Amit Mistry is an integral part of. His talent, his insight were a thing to behold. We’ve lost a truly wonderful artist today. Rest in Peace.”
I was ready to start shooting a show that Amit Mistry is an integral part of. His talent, his insight were a thing to behold. We’ve lost a truly wonderful artist today. Rest in Peace.
— Vir Das (@thevirdas) April 23, 2021