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Veteran actor Kishore Nandlaskar has died from covid-19 complications



Popular Bollywood actor Kishore Nandlaskar has passed away following a complications he had from Covid-19.

The news of his Death came as shock to the entire Bollywood industry and his fans all over the country.

Nandlaskar  has made a name for himself in Marathi and Hindi cinema with his comedic characters.

He was treated for two weeks. Finally, Kishor Nandalskar breathed his last at around 12.30 pm in Thane. – (Marathi and Hindi actor Kishore Nandlaskar died due to coronavirsu covid19 at Thane Maharashtra)

Kishore Nandalskar played the role of a half-foot-tall father in a real movie, or Govinda’s ‘Sannata’ in the country where Ganga lives.


He used to live in Bhoiwada-Paral in Mumbai. Since the house in Mumbai was small, he used to sleep in the temple. After the news of this came in the daily Sakal, the then Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh had sanctioned a house for him. had got a good house in Borivali.

Nandalskar has so far acted in 40 plays, more than 30 Marathi and Hindi movies as well as more than 20 series.

Born in Mumbai. He spent his childhood in Lamington Road, Nagpada, Ghatkopar and some other places in Mumbai.

He completed his schooling at New Era High School and Union High School. Kishore Nandalskar inherited acting from his father Khanderao.

During that time, she played female roles in plays. He had acted in Keshavrao Date’s drama company as well as in some other plays. Later, Khanderao got a job in ‘Jupiter’ mill.

While working in the mills, he used to stage plays in inter-mill as well as workers’ drama competitions. It was in that environment that Nandalskar grew up.

Therefore, he loved acting since childhood (Marathi and Hindi actor Kishore Nandlaskar died due to coronavirsu covid19 at Thane Maharashtra).

He made his debut in the entertainment world with the play ‘Amrai’. In fact, his role in this play was just to be called ‘Bappa’.

However, this was their true beginning. He had shared many memories in this regard in an interview with a reputed newspaper.

Not a single word came out of his mouth due to fear in the very first play and at that time the audience laughed at him. He always said that this was the first lesson for me.

Impressions are gained in Hindi films too!!

Nandalskar had acted in about 40 plays, more than 30 Marathi and Hindi films and more than 20 series.

He entered the silver screen of Bollywood with Mahesh Manjrekar’s ‘Vastav’, got the opportunity to work with ‘Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hai’ (Govinda), ‘Tera Mera Saath Hai’ (Ajay Devgan), ‘Khaki’ (Amitabh Bachchan).

He also acted in Hindi films like ‘Chal Jaaye Par Vachan Na Jaaye’, ‘Yeh Tera Ghar Yeh Mera Ghar’, ‘Halchal’ and ‘Singham’.

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