Bhargavi Narayan; Life of Kannada movies, says goodbye to the world

We are getting to hear bad news every day from the entertainment world. First the death of legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, then the death of Ravi Tandon, the father of Raveena Tandon and now the famous actress and theatre artist of Kannada films Bhargavi Narayan has also said goodbye to this world. She died at the age of 83. After this sad news, there has been a wave of grief in the industry.

Bhargavi Narayan's son Prakash Belawadi has said that Bhargavi had been fighting age-related ailments for the past two years. She also had a fracture in the pelvis (hip). She fell down in the evening and looked weak. She spoke to us for a while and she passed away at around 7.30 pm on Monday.

For information, let us know that Bhargavi had worked in many super hit movies, including Eradu Kanasu, Hanthakana Sanchu, Pallavi Anupallavi, Vamsha Vriksha, Professor Huchuraya and Baa Nalle Madhuchandrake. Apart from this, she has also worked in many popular telly serials including 'Mukta.'

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