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Popular faces saying goodbye to the world in 2020

New Delhi, 12 December (IANS). 
The year 2020 will be remembered for losing more than gaining. This year took many with them, especially due to the Corona epidemic. Some of them lost their battle with Kovid, while others said goodbye to the world for other reasons.

This year, IANS has brought a list of popular people saying goodbye to their fans and families.

Divya Bhatnagar: Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai TV actress died on December 7 after battling with Kovid-19 for the last few weeks. She was hospitalized since November after being infected with the virus. He was 34 years old. Divya has also acted in films like Tera Yaar Hoon Main, Udaan, Jeet Gayi To Piya More and Poison.

VJ Chitra: The television actress and host is known for acting in Tamil show Pandian Stores. She was found dead in a hotel room in Chennai Nazarpet on 9 December. According to TNM, the Chennai police say Chitra's death was due to suicide, but her relatives believe she was killed. She was 29 years old.

Ravi Patwardhan: The veteran Hindi and Marathi actor died of a heart attack on 6 December in Mumbai. He was taken to a private hospital after complaining of breathlessness. He was 84 years old. Patwardhan was a well-known face in Marathi cinema and television since the early seventies, often playing the role of judge, lawyer, village head, policeman or head of a family's patriarchal family. Patwardhan had also acted in several Bollywood films like Tezaab, Narasimha, Miracle, Takshak, Yashwant, Pratighat, Mujrim, Hafta Band, Salakhen, Yugpurush, and Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman.

Soumitra Chatterjee: The famous actor died on 15 November. He was 85. The Dadasaheb Phalke winning actor was in the ICU of Belle View Hospital in Kolkata for nearly 40 days. His major problem was Kovid-19 encephalopathy. Chatterjee had a coronavirus test report positive on October 5 and was hospitalized the next morning.

Asif Basra: Basra (53) allegedly committed suicide on 12 November at his luxurious rented accommodation in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh. He had been living here for nearly four years. Police informed IANS that they had committed suicide by trapping their pet dog's leash. Basra, who was seen in many other films like Black Friday, Parzania, Jab We Met and Kai Po Che, was last seen in the Hotstar TV series Hostages.

Shaun Connery: The legendary actor died at the age of 90 on 31 October. Connery, popular on the Hollywood screen as the original James Bond, had a career spanning nearly five decades. He shot to global superstardom in 1962 as James Bond, the first film of the 007 series, Dr. No, followed by From Russia with Love (1963), Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), Diamonds Are Forever (1971) and also acted in many films.

SP Balasubramaniam: Famous playback singer and Padma Shri winner, known as SPB or Balu in the film world, recorded over 40,000 songs in 16 languages ​​over five decades. He died on 25 September in Chennai. He was 74. Balasubrahmanyam was suffering from severe Kovid-19 pneumonia.

Ashalata Waggaonkar: The veteran actress was reportedly suffering from Kovid-19, died on September 22 in a private hospital in Satara. She was 79 years old. Ashalata acted in more than 100 Hindi and Marathi films.

Nishikant Kamat: The filmmaker breathed his last on August 17 at a hospital in Hyderabad. He was 50. Kamat was suffering from liver cirrhosis for the last two years. He directed Bollywood films like Force and Rocky Handsome along with Ajay Devgn-Tabu starrer Drishyam, Irrfan Khan-starrer Madari and John Abraham.

Kumkum: The veteran actress died on 28 July. His family attributed the illness to his death. Kumkum was discovered by Guru Dutt. Kumkum had acted in many films like Pyaasa, Mem Saab, Lalkar, Geet, Raja and Ranka.

Jagdeep: The veteran Bollywood comedian died in Mumbai on July 8 due to age-related health problems. He was 81. Jagdeep was born on 29 March 1939 in Amritsar, his real name was Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed Jafri. He acted in over 400 films. He is best known for playing the role of Surma Bhopali in Ramesh Sippy's blockbuster Sholay (1975). Children of the nineties will remember him as the father of Salman Khan in Rajkumar Santoshi's Andha Apna Apna (1994). His last released film in 2017 is Masti Nahi Saane.

Saroj Khan: The popular choreographer died of a heart attack on 2 July. He was 71 years old. Khan had been complaining of breathlessness for some time, after which he was admitted to the Guru Nanak Hospital in Mumbai. Khan choreographed over 2000 songs over the course of three and a half decades.

Pandit Jasraj: The great classical singer and Padma Vibhushan winner Pandit Jasraj died on 17 August in America at the age of 90. Born in the year 1930 in Haryana, the classical singer introduced the Mewati Gharana as a global musical recital. With an 80-year career, Pandit Jasraj introduced Indian music to the world stage.

Chadwick Bossman: Bossman, known for his role as Superman Black Panther, had been battling stomach cancer since 2016. He died on 28 August. He was 43 years old. He also played the role of superhero in Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity.

Sushant Singh Rajput: Initially it was believed that he committed suicide on June 14, but the investigation into the cause of his death is still ongoing. He was 34. Sushant gained popularity by acting as Manav Deshmukh in the TV serial Pavitra Rishta. In 2013, he stepped on the big screen with Kai Po Che and acted in several films. Dil Bechera was his last film.

Basu Chatterjee: The legendary filmmaker died on 4 June at the age of 93. He is one of the filmmakers who made the common man the hero of Hindi commercial cinema. She is best known for films like Rajinigandha, Chittor, Khatta Meetha, Priyatam, Shaukeen and Chameli Shaadi.

Wajid Khan: Wajid Khan, one of the popular music duo Sajid-Wajid, died on 1 June. On June 5, his family reported that Wajid died of a heart attack. Sajid-Wajid is known for his songs in the film Dabangg starring Salman Khan.

Rishi Kapoor: He was diagnosed with cancer for the first time in 2018, after which he lived in New York for almost a year for treatment. He returned to India in September 2019. However, on April 30, he said goodbye to the world forever. He was 67. Rishi Kapoor gained fame for playing the role of a teen icon in his debut film Bobby. He became popular as a romantic hero in many hit films including seventies, eighties and nineties Hina.

Irrfan Khan: Actor Irrfan Khan breathed his last on 29 April. He was admitted to Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital due to stomach infection. He was 54 years old. The actor has been battling neuroendocrine tumors for many years and seeking medical care. Irrfan gained popularity with commercial films such as Hindi Medium, English Medium and Life in a Metro.

Kirk Douglas: He died on 5 February at the age of 103. He acted in nearly 90 films and TV series in 60 years.

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