Actor Amit Mistri Died Of Heart Attack

Actor Amit Mistry, who is a very popular actor of Gujarati films and Gujarati theater world and has worked in many Hindi films, died of a heart attack between 9.30 am and 10.00 am today.

Umesh Shukla, director of films like ‘Om My God’ and ‘102 Not Out’, confirmed the death of Amit Mistry from ABP News, stating, “Amit suffered a heart attack in his home today and was rushed to the hospital before Died. He lived with his old mother in Juhu Galli area of ​​Andheri (West), Mumbai. ”

Amit Mistry has worked in various hit Gujarati films like ‘Be Yaar’ and apart from making a distinct identity in the theater world, ‘Kya Kehna’, ‘Ek Chalis Ki Last Local’, ’99’, ‘Shore in the City’ , ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana’, ‘A Gentleman’ and recently also worked in the popular web series called ‘Bandit Bandish’.

Popular actor of Hindi and Gujarati films Amit Mistry died of a heart attack

Maharishi Desai, manager of Amit Mistry, told ABP News that Amit Mistry was divorced who divorced from his wife about 10 years ago. He told that Amit Mistry’s mother is currently engaged in arranging Amit’s last action with the help of relatives.

In a conversation with ABP News, Umesh Shukla recalled Amit Mistry saying, “We had worked together many times in the world of Gujarati theater. Apart from this, I have worked with him in Hindi like ‘Shum Mangal Savdhan’ and ‘Ye Duniya Hai Rangi’.” Worked in serials as well. ”

Popular actor of Hindi and Gujarati films Amit Mistry died of a heart attack

Umesh said, “He was a very humble type of person and a very good type of artist. In this very apathetic atmosphere of Corona, today we have left a very nice person and artist among us, which is very regrettable. “


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