Hrithik Roshan will pay tribute to his Koi Mil Gaya co-star Mithilesh Chaturvedi

Hrithik Roshan paid his condolences to Koi Mil Gaya co-actor Mithilesh Chaturvedi. The actor suffered a cardiac arrest over per week ago and turned into admitted to a Mumbai health center.

Actor Hrithik Roshan paid a tribute to his Koi mil Gaya co-famous person Mithilesh Chaturvedi, who died on Thursday morning days after a cardiac arrest. Taking to Twitter, Hrithik Roshan wrote, “Thoughts and prayers for Mithilesh Chaturvedi Sir, a veteran actor, who I’ve had the delight of operating with more than one instances. You can be ignored. RIP (folded palms emoji).”

Mithilesh is excellent recognized for starring in films along with Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, Ready, and Asoka, amongst others. The 67-year-vintage actor suffered a cardiac arrest 10 days ago, and changed into admitted to Kokilaben Dhiruben Ambani clinic in Mumbai.

“He was admitted to the medical institution for eight-10 days as he suffered cardiac arrest. He had respiratory troubles and turned into undergoing remedy. He passed away today morning at 4.00 am due to cardiac arrest,” his son-in-regulation Ashish Chaturvedi instructed news organisation PTI.

Filmmaker Hansal Mehta was one of the first ones from the movie industry to pay a tribute to the late actor. “RIP Mithilesh ji”, the filmmaker, who collaborated with him on Scam 1992, published on Instagram. The actor performed the memorable function of veteran jurist and previous union minister Ram Jethmalani within the 2020 hit SonyLIV collection, headlined by means of Pratik Gandhi.

Ready director Anees Bazmee said it was difficult for him to technique the actor’s loss of life. “Really now not able to take this in! Spoke to him a couple of days back and now I see this! Really sad to lose the sort of gem who became a pride to work and spend time with. My coronary heart goes out to the own family. May your soul rest in peace Mithilesh bhai (brother),” he wrote on Twitter.

Sacred Games actor Kubbra Sait, who made her film debut in 2011’s Ready, took to Twitter and shared a photo of Mithilesh. She wrote a prayer and delivered, “The lovely #MithileshChaturvedi a precious co-actor.” Screenwriter-lyricist Mayur Puri tweeted, “Rest In Peace #MithileshChaturvedi.” The professional Twitter deal with of the Cine and TV Artistes Association (CINTAA) posted, “CINTAA expresses its condolences on the demise of Mithilesh Chaturvedi.”