Saturday, May 30, 2020

RIP: Salman Khan’s Ready co-star Mohit Baghel passes away in Mathura; Parineeti mourns his demise

He made his acting debut on silver screen with Salman Khan's film Ready in 2011.

New Delhi: Actor Mohit Baghel died on Saturday. According to the reports, he passed away due to delay in getting admitted to hospital.

Reports further stated that Mohit’s family was trying to admit him Niyati Hospital from last three days, but couldn’t succeed. He had his chemotherapy on May 14, and his surgery was to be done at AIIMS Hospital, Delhi.

He started his acting career at a small age and appeared in stage shows, was a popular actor from Mathura. Mohit is also known for essaying the character Chota Chaudhary in Salman Khan starrer Ready.

After battling with cancer, he took his last breath today at his residence in Mathura. He was getting treated in Noida for long. His last rites will be performed today.

He was born on 7 June 1993 in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh.

Apart from Ready, Mohit acted in several other films like Chhote Miyan and Jabariya Jodi. But his most popular character is from Salman Khan’s film Ready. He essayed the character Amar Chaudhary in the film.

It is said that he recently bagged a project under Yash Raj Films banner Bunty Aur Babli 2

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Vande Bharat: Air India announces more flights to evacuate Indians

New Delhi: Air India on Friday announced additional flights between June 4 and 6 to bring back Indians stranded abroad amid the coronavirus pandemic. The flights...

India in proposed UK alliance to curb telecom reliance on China

London: The UK has pitched for the 'D10', a grouping of 10 democratic countries comprising the G7 and India, among others. To create an alternate...

Check top spot on Forbes’ 2020 list of the world’s highest-paid athletes

Zurich: Swiss tennis great Roger Federer has become the first from his sport to top Forbes' list of highest paid athletes. With an estimated $106.3 million...

Veteran lyricist Yogesh Gaur known for ‘Kahin Door Jab Din Dhal Jaye’ passes away at 77

Mumbai: Veteran lyricist Yogesh Gaur, who penned the famous ''Kahin Door Jab Din Dhal Jaaye'' and ''Zindagi Kaisi Hai Paheli" in "Anand", passed away...