How did Praveen Kumar Sobti die
The actor who played the memorable role of Bheem in BR Chopra‘s wildly popular show Mahabharat has now died. He breathed his last on Monday evening. The actor was 74 years old at the time of his death. He was a very brilliant actor and was never forgotten by his lovers. He is still alive in the public heart because of his good qualities and brilliant talent. He does because of a heart attack. He died at home in Delhi. He played many roles in his life, not only in serial films but also. Before he became an actor, he was a hammer and discus throw athlete. He was very popular not only for his acting, and he had received four-time Asian games medals. He represented India in 1968 in Mexico and in the 1972 Munich Olympics.
He was also honored with the arjuna award for working as the border security force’s deputy commandant. He is famous for his iconic role in a tv serial that was remarkable and became a milestone in his life. His official Twitter account has now full of comments because his well-wishers paid a tribute to him on his death. The actor had also contested the Delhi assembly elections on the aam aadmi party ticket in 2013. He had a chronic chest infection problem. On that night, when he started feeling uneasy, they called the doctor at home, but his country survived no more and passed away between 10 and 10:30 pm.
He is survived by his wife, daughter, two younger brothers, and a sister. He was cremated in a crematorium ground in Punjabi bagh. He played some negative roles in some films. He is popular for his iconic role, and this role (bheem in Mahabharat) made him a household name across the country. He was a good actor in the 90s and also played the role of Sabu in the 2002 tv series Chacha Chaudhary. This role is also very famous.
He fits this criterion because his height and physic give him a good personality and justify this role. He joined the Bharatiya Janata party later. He was a multi-talented and successful athlete turned actor who contributed to India’s sports and entertainment sectors, but unfortunately, he is no more.
He was the actor to take the first blow of one of the most successful and famous punch dialogues of superstar Amitabh Bachchan “rishte me to hum sabke baap hote hai name hai Shahenshah, in the blockbuster Shahenshah.
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