Ravi Patwardhan.
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Veteran Hindi and Marathi actor Ravi Patwardhan died on Sunday in Mumbai as a consequence of cardiac arrest. He was 84.

Patwardhan complained of respiratory hassle on Saturday and was taken to a non-public hospital. However, his situation worsened. He had earlier suffered a coronary heart assault in March, in accordance with Mumbai Mirror.

Patwardhan was a well-known face in Marathi cinema and tv because the late 70s with character roles, usually taking part in the decide, lawyer, village headman, policeman or the patriarchal head of a household.

His Marathi outings embody initiatives like ‘Umbartha’, ‘Maphicha Sakshidar’, ‘Saglikade Bombabomb’ and quite a few others. He was not too long ago seen within the 2019 Marathi TV sequence ‘Agabai Sasubai’.

Patwardhan additionally acted in a number of Bollywood movies together with ‘Tezaab’, ‘Narasimha’, ‘Chamatkar’ and ‘Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman’.

In all, Patwardhan starred in over 200 movies. He additionally labored in round 150 performs.

The late actor is survived by his spouse, two kids, daughter-in-regulation, son-in-regulation and grandchildren.