Remembering Indian celebrities who passed away in 2020

Here are all the Indian celebrities who passed away in 2020.

Remembering Indian celebrities who passed away in 2020

celebs who kicked the bucket in 2020 


The Indian film and media business lost a portion of its diamonds in 2020. From Sushant Singh Rajput, Irrfan Khan, SP Balasubrahmanyam, Rishi Kapoor to Nishikant Kamat, Saroj Khan and Jagdeep, numerous VIPs left a void in the Indian media outlet. Here is a glance back at all the stars who died this year. 



Veteran lyricist Abhilash passed on of a stomach sickness in Mumbai on September 28. He was 74. In a profession spreading over fifty years, Abhilash wrote verses for films like Raftaar (1975), Awara Ladki (1975), Sawan Ko Aane Do (1979), Jeete Hain Shaan Se (1988) and Hulchul (1995) among others. He was most popular for composing the melody "Itni Shakti Hamein Dena Daata" in 1986 film Ankush. The melody got converted into eight dialects and is played as a supplication across schools even right up 'til the present time. (Photograph: Divine Melodies/YouTube Screengrab) 

SP Balasubrahmanyam passing vocalist 


SP Balasubrahmanyam 

Artist entertainer SP Balasubrahmanyam died at 74 years old, on September 25 after Covid entanglements. In the wake of testing positive for Covid-19 in the main seven day stretch of August, he was moved to the ICU after his condition disintegrated. He stayed on ventilator till his final gasp. Fans will recall him for his unmatched commitment to Indian music. SPB held a Guinness World record for singing more than 40,000 melodies. (Photograph: SP Balasubrahmanyam/Facebook) 

Rockline Sudhakar demise news 


Rockline Sudhakar 

Kannada humorist Rockline Sudhakar died on September 23 after a heart failure. The 65-year-old entertainer fell on the arrangement of the film Sugarless. Sudhakar acted in more than 200 Kannada motion pictures including Pancharangi, Paramathma, Drama, Mr and Mrs Ramachari, Love In Mandya and Vaastu Prakara. (Photograph: Darshan Thoogudeepa/Facebook) 

Bhupesh Kumar Pandya television entertainer passing 


Bhupesh Kumar Pandya 

Theater character and entertainer Bhupesh Kumar Pandya died on September 23 after a fight with cellular breakdown in the lungs. Bhupesh featured in films like Vicky Donor and Hazaron Khwahishein Aisi. (Photograph: National School of Drama/Twitter) 

Ashalata Wabgaonkar entertainer passing movies 


Ashalata Wabgaonkar 

Veteran entertainer Ashalata Wabgaonkar kicked the bucket on September 22 in Satara at 79 years old. Wabgaonkar had worked in films like Woh Saat Din, Ahista, Shaukeen, Ankush and Namak Halaal. (Express Archive Photo) 

Prabeesh Chakkalakkal dead 


Prabeesh Chakkalakkal 

Malayalam entertainer and naming artiste Prabeesh Chakkalakkal died on September 14 in Kochi. According to reports, the 44-year-old entertainer fell on the arrangements of a mindfulness film and was later articulated dead after arriving at the clinic. (Photograph: Prabeesh Chakkalakkal/Facebook) 

Florent C Pereira passing news 


Florent C Pereira 

Tamil entertainer Florent C Pereira died in Chennai on September 14. He was 67. Pereira made his introduction in Tamil film with Pudhiya Geethai in 2003. He shot to notoriety with Kayal and proceeded to act in films like Dharmadurai, VIP 2, Raja Manthiri, Thodari, Mupparimanam, Kodiveeran, Enkitta Mothathe, Sathriyan, Podhuvaga En Manasu Thangam, Nagesh Thiraiyarangam and Taramaniand. Other than films, Florent C Pereira worked with Win TV, Kalaignar TV and Vijay TV. (Photograph: R. Seenu Ramasamy/Twitter) 

Ajit Das kalinga television demise 


Ajit Das 

Veteran Odia entertainer Ajit Das, known for his exhibition in movies, for example, Hakim Babu and Tunda Baida, passed on September 13. He was admitted to an emergency clinic in the wake of testing positive for Covid-19. A NSD passout, Das acted in excess of 60 Odia films and created a few others. His other mainstream films included Maa, Nandini I Love You and Kebe Tame Naha Kebe Mu Nahi. Ishq Puni Thare was his last film. (Photograph: Kalinga TV/Twitter) 

Vadivel Balaji dead 


Vadivel Balaji 

Tamil entertainer Vadivel Balaji died at a Chennai clinic on September 10. He was 42. As indicated by reports, Vadivel Balaji was under treatment subsequent to enduring a coronary failure. Vadivel Balaji was found in films like Kolamaavu Kokila, Pandhayam, Sutta Pazham Sudatha Pazham, Kadhal Panchayathu, Karpanai and Yaaruda Mahesh. (Photograph: Vijay TV/Twitter) 

Sravani Kondapalli entertainer demise 


Sravani Kondapalli 

Telugu TV entertainer Sravani Kondapalli passed on by self destruction on September 8 at her home in Hyderabad. The 26-year-old purportedly took her life because of the badgering by TV entertainer Ambati Devaraja Reddy, real estate professional Mangamuthula Sai Krishna Reddy and Tollywood maker Gummakonda Ashok Reddy, who have been accused of abetment to self destruction. Sravani has done functions in famous TV serials, for example, Manasu Mamatha and Mounaragam. (Photograph: Sravani Kondapalli/Facebook) 

Jaya Prakash Reddy demise 


Jaya Prakash Reddy 

Telugu entertainer Jaya Prakash Reddy died at his home in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh on September 8 subsequent to enduring a heart failure. The 74-year-old entertainer's mainstream films incorporate Samarasimha Reddy, Preminchukundam Raa, Narasimha Naidu, Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana, Julayi, Ready, Kick, Jayam Manadera, Jamba Lakidi Pamba, Avunu Valliddaru Istapaddaru, Kabaddi Kabbadi, Evadi Gola Vadidi and Kithakithalu. (Photograph: Nikhil Siddhartha/Twitter) 

S Mohinder demise news 


S. Mohinder 

Veteran music author S Mohinder died on September 6 at 94 years old. The mainstream artist, of the 50s and the 60s, created for around 50 movies including Shrimati Ji (1952), Paapi (1953), Naata (1955) and Picnic (1966). (Express Archive Photo) 

Archana Mahanta entertainer demise 


Archana Mahanta 

Veteran Assamese vocalist Archana Mahanta died at a Guwahati clinic on August 27. She was 72. Mahanta had endured a stroke in mid-July, and her condition decayed since. Alongside her significant other Khagen Mahanta, Mahanta is credited with advocating Assamese people music. (Photograph: Manishankar Pandey/Twitter) 


Stomach muscle Raj 

Veteran movie producer AB Raj died in Chennai on August 23 after a heart failure. He was 95. Stomach muscle Raj coordinated in excess of 10 movies in Sinhalese under the name A Bhaskar Raj. Post 1960s, he made motion pictures in Malayalam including Football Champion, Pacha Nottukal, Sasthram Jayichu Manushyan Thottu, Kalippava, Nirthasala, Sambhavami Yuge, Marunnattil Oru Malayali, Neethi, Ezhuthatha Katha, Lottery, Ticket, Kannoor Deluxe and Kaliyalla Kalyanam. Tamil movie Thulli Odum Pullimaan was his first time at the helm. (Photograph: B Unnikrishnan/Twitter) 

Nishikant Kamat dead 


Nishikant Kamat 

Chief entertainer Nishikant Kamat died on August 17 in Hyderabad's AIG Hospitals, after a fight with liver cirrhosis. He was 50. The chief was referred to for helming motion pictures, for example, Dombivali Fast, Mumbai Meri Jaan, Force, Drishyam, Rocky Handsome and Madaari. As an entertainer, he was known for his exhibitions in Daddy, Rocky Handsome, Julie 2 and Bhavesh Joshi. His first time at the helm Dombivali Fast (2005) won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Marathi. (Express Archive Photo) 

Author Rahat Indori kicks the bucket 


Rahat Indori 

Artist and lyricist Rahat Indori died because of cardiorespiratory capture on August 11. Other than his numerous popular sonnets, he was known for writing melodies like "Chori Jab Nazrein Mili" (Kareeb), "Bumbro" (Mission Kashmir), "Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai" (Meenaxi), "Dil Ko Hazar Bar" (Murder) among others. (Express Archive Photo) 

Anupama Pathak entertainer 


Anupama Pathak 

Bhojpuri entertainer Anupama Pathak was discovered dead at her home in Mumbai on August 7. Hailing from Purnea area in Bihar, Anupama had worked in Bhojpuri movies and TV shows. Police, in light of the starter examination, said Pathak, 40, kicked the bucket by self destruction. (Photograph: Anupama Pathak/Facebook) 

sameer sharma television entertainer 


Sameer Sharma 

Television entertainer Sameer Sharma, last found in the Star Plus show Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke, passed on by self destruction at his living arrangement in Mumbai on August 6. The 44-year-old entertainer was famous for his function in TV shows like Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, Left Right Left, Jyoti, Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon – Ek Baar Phir among others. He additionally featured in 2014 sentimental show Hasee Toh Phasee, which had Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra in the number one spot jobs. 

Kumkum kicks the bucket 



Veteran Bollywood entertainer Kumkum, who included in more than 100 movies and well known melodies, for example, "Kabhi Aar Kabhi Paar" and "Simple Mehboob Qayamat Hogi", died on July 28. She was 86. The entertainer was most popular for her parts in films like Mr. X in Bombay, Mother India, Son Of India, Kohinoor, Ujala, Naya Daur, Shreeman Funtoosh, Ek Sapera Ek Lutera, Ganga Ki Laharen, Raja Aur Runk, Aankhen, Lalkaar, Geet and Ek Kuwara Ek Kuwari. (Express Archive Photo) 

Rajat Mukherjee dead 


Rajat Mukherjee 

Bollywood chief Rajat Mukherjee died on July 19 in Jaipur because of kidney-related issues. The producer was known for helming films like Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya, Love in Nepal, Road among others. He was in his late 50s. (Express Archive Photo) 

jagdeep passes on 



Recalled by numerous individuals as "Soorma Bhopali" of Sholay, entertainer Jagdeep died on July 8 after age-related medical problems. The 81-year-old entertainer had amazingly more than 400 movies. He engaged the crowd with his right on the money comic planning and later even took a stab at coordinating films. (Express Archive Photo) 

Susheel gowda dead 


Susheel Gowda 

Susheel Gowda, most popular for his function in Kannada drama Anthapura, passed on by self destruction on July 7. He has likewise assumed a significant function in forthcoming Kannada film Salaga, which marks Duniya Vijay's first time at the helm. 

harish shah bites the dust 


Harish Shah 

Producer Harish Shah died in Mumbai on July 7, following a long fight with malignant growth. He was 76. Harish Shah began his Bollywood venture by bankrolling Rajesh Khanna's Mere Jeevan Saathi (1972). He followed it up with films like Kala S

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