A piece of sad news has come to light from the Marathi film industry after a 70-year-old veteran actor Ramesh Bhatkar passed away after fighting with his disease in Mumbai. He took the last breath at the Elizabeth Hospital in Mumbai.
Reportedly, the actor was fighting cancer for the last year.
Actor Jaywant Wadkar told to PTI, ‘he fought bravely as much as he could. But in the last one month, he was in tremendous pain and we all were worried. He was in ICU for the last fifteen days.’
However, the actor started his career from theatre, his play ‘Tears flowed’ was applauded by critics and also by his fans also. He also worked in some other major plays like ‘Aap takheheheheheel’, ‘Some time early’, ‘Mukta’ and ‘Rahu Ketu’.
Let us tell you about his career in Marathi film, he made his debut with ‘Chandoba Chandobas Bhagalas Ka’ in 1977. After this film, he worked in several films like ‘World Kari Salam’, ‘Your Manasan’ and ‘Ashtavinayak’, etc.
Meanwhile, the last rites of Ramesh Bhatkar will be held at 10.30 pm at Shivaji Park.
However, Bhatkar was last seen in Vijay Gutte’s recently released The Accidental Prime Minister.