Anupamaa actors share a touching post for late actor Rituraj Singh as they say their final goodbye

Rituraj played the part of Yashpal in the show.

Anupamaa is one of the most popular television series. The actors, storyline, plot, and different twists and turns all helped to propel the show to the top of the ratings. Today, however, the programme’s actors will be in profound sadness because a key actor from the show has died!

The person we’re talking about is Rituraj, who played Yashpal in the show. Rupali, the lead actress, has shared an emotional message in memory of the late actor, who died of a cardiac arrest at the age of 59.


Rupali shared a picture of the actor and wrote, “Dear Rituraj Sir. It was an honour to share screen space with you … like an enthusiastic student getting to learn her favorite subject from a teacher who has taught many others , I was overjoyed … You said you had seen my work and yet I wanted to prove to you that I could earn my place in the frame standing next to one of the legends of television whom I had watched growing up … your all knowing smile after our scenes and your words of encouragement was like a report card to me … I was thrilled by your kind words … but there was so much more to learn Sir ….These pictures I had taken of you when you wore the chef cap … I was tardy in sending it to you … never thought these would be put up here as a remembrance….Your life stories ,quirky sense of humour, immense knowledge about world cinema and your talent shall always be remembered. Thank you for being Yashpal Sir to my Anupamaa .. Thank you for the words that left an indelible mark… Rupali.”

Meanwhile, Jaswir Kaur who plays Devika tweeted a series of great vintage images with the actor and added, “You will be missed.” Ritz It is nearly two decades (19 years of K Street Pali Hill).

You have always been nearby, as my guardian, well-wisher, philosopher, and friend. You were with me when my mother died.

You were with me when Nyra was born… #previous #life#connection Rest in Peace, Friend. It is a tremendous loss for the whole film and television industry today!”