'Bombay Velvet' actor passes away, CM Shinde expresses grief

Marathi film actor and comedian Pradeep Patwardhan has passed away. Let me tell you that he was 52 years old and breathed his last at his home in Mumbai. According to the report of a famous website, information about his death has been shared on social media. In a post, it has written that "Veteran Marathi actor Pradeep Patwardhan passed away this morning at his residence in Girgaum, Mumbai. He breathed his last at the age of 52. Moruchi Mavshi was his popular play."

According to reports, Pradeep died of a heart attack. Yes and his demise has not only shocked his colleagues from the film industry, his family members, but also his fans. Let us tell you that his 'Moruchi Mavshi' play is quite popular among the audience. The character of Bhaiya Patil played by him in this play is the favorite character of the audience. With this, Pradeep shared the stage with veteran artists like Bharat Jadhav, Vijay Chavan and Vijay Patkar. As a comedian, Pradeep has appeared in films like 'Navra Maza Navsacha', and 'Lau Ka Laath.'

Patwardhan also played an important role in Anurag Kashyap's directorial 'Bombay Velvet'. The film starred Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma and Karan Johar in the lead roles. At present, many actors associated with the film industry have paid tribute to him.  At the same time, Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde has also expressed grief.

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