Bollywood actor Kishore Nandlaskar, known for his role in Singham in 2010, has died after battling with COVID-19 complications.
Kishore Nandlaskar, 81, passed away after a week-long fight with Coronavirus. The actor’s grandson Anish Nandlaskar confirmed the news.
He said, “He was admitted to a Covid care centre in Thane last Wednesday. He passed away today around 12.30 pm. Funeral will take place today evening.”
#KishoreNandlaskar passes away due to covid😢 we have lost a great great actor! His sense of timing was unmatchable. Salute to you Kishor kaka 🙏
किशोरकाका नांदलस्कर गेले.. कोविडमुळे😢फार मोठे कलाकार! किशोरकाका श्रद्धांजली🙏 pic.twitter.com/cdxUSaPyo1
— Amruta Subhash (@AmrutaSubhash) April 20, 2021
After the news of his sad demise broke out, celebrities and fans extend sincere condolences and paid tribute to the late actor.
Kishore Nandlaskar has delivered his notable performances in both Marathi and Hindi films. His popular films include Vaastav, Singham, Khakee, Simmba, and many more. He made his debut with the 1989 film Ina Mina Dika.
His last onscreen character was in the Marathi movie Miss U Miss, which released in 2020.
Nandlaskar has a wife and three sons.
Moreover, in Maharashtra, 5,007 new cases of coronavirus have been added, increasing the infection count to 4,21,388, an official said on Tuesday.
The virus also claimed the lives of 40 more people, pushing the death toll in the district to 6,982.