Bollywood Celebrity Death List 2019
Bollywood in one of the biggest film industry in the world. There are thousands of celebrities. Birth and death is the Awkward fantasy of our life. Every year many talented celebrities death news gives us a shock. Every year we publish a Bollywood Celebrity Death List. You might not even recognize some of them but we must. So here is the Bollywood Celebrity Death List 2019.
Bollywood Death List 2018.
Vijaya Bapineedu was a magazine editor turned renowned Telugu film screenwriter and director. The director gave blockbuster films such as Maga Maharaju (1983), Khaidi No. 786 (1988), Gang Leader (1991) etc with superstar Chiranjeevi. He passed away at his residence in Hyderabad on 12 Feb 2019 at 83. He directed around 25 films in the Telugu film industry.
Mohan Babu, Allu Arjun, and Chiranjeevi are among the many celebrities of Telugu cinema who have sent their condolences to Vijaya Bapineedu’s family.
Mahesh Anand was a lesser known for the new generation but he was a well-known actor of ’90s. He played a villain role in various films. The actor was born on August 13, 1961. Mahesh married to actress Usha Bachani for two years (2000 – 2002).
The 57-year-old actor was found dead in his Andheri apartment on 9 Jan 2019. The police found his body in a decomposed state and he was said to have drinking problems.
Ramesh Bhatkar was a Marathi film and TV actor. He was born on 3 August 1949. The actor was best known for his roles in the TV series ‘Commander’ and ‘Hello Inspector‘. He worked for more than 30 years as an actor in the mainstream commercial movies of the Marathi and Hindi languages.
The actor, who was suffering from cancer for more than one and a half years, breathed his last at a hospital. He died on 4 February 2019 at the age of 70 in Mumbai due to cancer.
These piece of information is collected from various news and magazine sites. This is the updated list of Bollywood celebrities who died in 2018. We will update more information after days goes by. Comment your impression in the comment section.