Veteran Actor Arun Bali Passes Away at The Age of 79 in Mumbai!

Veteran Actor Arun Bali Has Died At The Age Of 79 In Mumbai!

Actor Arun Bali, a veteran of the Bollywood scene known for his roles in blockbusters such as “3 Idiots,” “Kedarnath,” “Panipat,” and “many others,” died today in Mumbai (October 7). The 79-year-old actor had appeared in a wide variety of TV shows.

The experienced actor was diagnosed with the chronic neuromuscular condition Myasthenia Gravis earlier this year. The actor passed early this morning at 4:30 in Mumbai, shocking his many admirers and causing great sorrow to his loved ones.

Ankush, Bali’s son, claimed his father was hospitalized at the beginning of the year due to Myasthenia gravis, an autoimmune illness that causes a breakdown in the transmission of signals between the nerves and the muscles. According to Ankush, his father was doing well under the treatment but passed away at 4.30 a.m.

Veteran Actor Arun Bali Passes Away at The Age of 79 in Mumbai

My father has abandoned us. Myasthenia gravis was causing his symptoms. For about three days, he went through extreme changes in mood. He informed the attendant that he needed to use the restroom, and upon his return, he informed the attendant that he wanted to take a seat and never got up again, as he explained to PTI.

The actor has been dealing with Myasthenia Gravis, a chronic and extremely rare neuromuscular disorder, for quite some time. Arun Bali‘s close friend Nupur Alankar had told times, “I was on the call with Arun Bali sir when I realized something is severely wrong with his speech and pointed it out to him.”

Following that, I attempted to get in touch with his son Ankush, but I was unable to. Then I contacted Ankush’s coworker, Rajeev Menon, and gave him Rajeev Menon’s other number, telling him to take Arun sir to the hospital right away.

Veteran Actor Arun Bali Passes Away at The Age of 79 in Mumbai

In the 2000s, Arun Bali became well-known for “grandfatherly” parts like Harshvardhan Wadhwa in the film Kumkum, for which he won several accolades. He also won a National Award for his productive work. On August 11, 2022, he played the elderly train passenger in the Hollywood adaptation of Forrest Gump, Laal Singh Chaddha.

Doosra Kewal was directed by Lekh Tandon and featured Shah Rukh Khan, Chanakya, Maryada, Des Mein Nikla Hoga Chand, Maayka, Devon Ke Dev Mahadev, Swabhimaan, Neem Ka Ped, and POW Bandi Yudh Ke, among many others. Arun Bali made his acting debut in this film. Based on suggestions from the PTI.

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