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Veteran actor Mandeep Roy passes away at 73

Mandeep Roy, who appeared in more than 500 movies and was known for his comedic performances, died on Sunday in Bengaluru after having a heart attack.

Sandalwood actor Mandeep Roy has passed away. On Sunday morning, he suffered a severe heart attack and died. He was 73. Following a heart attack in December, Mandeep was receiving care at a private hospital.

Mandeep has appeared in more than 500 films over the course of a career spanning several decades. According to Mandeep’s daughter Akshatha, who spoke with a news website, he will be laid to rest in the Hebbal crematorium today. The public can view Mandeep Roy’s mortal remains.

Several Sandalwood actors have conveyed their sympathies upon the passing of Mandeep Roy, who entered the industry in 1981 with the comedy Minchina Oota. The actor has established a reputation for having comic timing. Even Rajkumar and Anant Nag have worked with the actor who was good friends with the late actor Shankar Nag.

Benkiya Balle, Akashmika, Yelu Suthika Kote, Geetha, Accident, Aasegobba Meesegobba, Kushi, Amrithadhare, Kurigaalu Saar Kurugaalu, and many more are just a few of his well-known movies.

Another veteran actor, Lakshman, who appeared in more than 300 Kannada movies, just passed away from a heart attack on Monday. Lakshman was rushed to a hospital in Nagarabhavi after complaining of chest trouble. After receiving care, he was returned home, where he passed away.